Where do you get your clothes from? Is most of what you wear tailor-made (lucky you!), comes from a charity shop (sensible you!) or is a mixture of items found here and there, sometimes more, sometimes less expensive? Do you shy away from buying clothes at the supermarket because you are convinced it can't look and feel good when it is that cheap?
Well, I don't have any such qualms. Not for the first time, this month I bought a few items at my local supermarket, Aldi. Both the skirts and the dark red jumper came at 9,99 Euro each, and I think they look alright. The jumper is nice and soft, and warm enough to replace a jacket when it is not quite as cold yet as to require a coat. Of course, these are but two of many ways I will be combining the skirts with various jumpers and sweaters or blouses as well as different tights, plain or patterned.
That is, by the way, one of the few things I like about the colder season: I love the variety of patterns, colours and textures tights come in nowadays; they can completely alter the look of a dress or skirt.
This adorable handbag with matching key bag was a gift from my Mum. She found it on Etsy and instantly thought of me, and got it for me as a surprise. Thank you, Mum!
Speaking of Etsy - it is definitely cold enough here now to wear woolly socks at home instead of slippers, and my Mum's Etsy shop is well stocked; if you can't find the colour or size you'd like, just get in touch :-)