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What to wear now...
I don’t know if it’s just me but I always think August is such a funny month, it always feels like you’re betwixt and between; it’s post-holiday, last weeks of the school holidays, pre autumn and often the weather can be at its most peculiar! This week being a case in point, Wednesday for us was truly miserable, wet, windy and the temperature did not get above 15 degrees, the following day it was beautiful, the sun shone and it felt warm and delicious, just as August days should be.
Whilst this was going on we were launching our ‘Taste of Autumn’ which I always feel slightly uneasy about, is it too early, is anyone thinking about Autumn clothes yet?? Clearly the fashion industry is, just look at the September issue of Vogue, it’s a real heavyweight featuring The New Season Collections, I have to say I’m more interested in what to wear now and adapting for such changeable weather.
My last blog resulted in several of you asking for some specifics about the outfits I wore when in New York so I thought I might share with you how I am transitioning from summer into autumn. I’ve got several ‘events’ coming up and what I wear will be dictated by whether the sun is shining or if it’s cool and breezy.
Please let me know what you think, in the meantime enjoy the rest of the summer and see you on the other side!
1. His Birthday Lunch
It’s His birthday and we’re going out for a casual pub lunch, I want to wear the foundation dress because I know it will be so comfortable
Cool and Breezy Option:
Add opaques and flats for a more sensible yet still stylish option
2. Festival en famille
We are braving our first festival, though definitely not camping. I want to look modern not frumpy, the silver cocoon shirt should do that for me!
3. Back to School Shopping
My least favourite kind of shopping ☹️ at least wearing one of my staple outfits will help to make it stress free!
4. Watching the last session of the World Athletics Championships
Managed to get tickets at the last minute and not sure if we’ll need to keep warm or cool.