Before I start I would like to give a warm welcome to the readers of the Telegraph who have been visiting my blog. If you are one, take off your coat, sit down, have a cup of tea. If you have been following me for a while, make yourself at home, you know your way around. Either way, it is nice to see you, you look lovely today.
I certainly post a lot of outfit photos at the moment, which makes me a lazy blogger in a way, but I am having a lot of fun with my wardrobe and I am eager to share it with you!
Today’s look is a classic shorts-in-the-winter affair, but with a slightly more seventies vibe than usual. I am wearing my mum’s very itchy Shetland wool cardigan from the 70’s, a vintage blouse from Clever Nettle (again, I told you she was my fave), high-waisted shorts and… la pièce de résistance: my latest charity shop find, a super soft slouchy leather bag with a ginormous bow on it. It looks like it has been hand made from a leather skirt or some leather trousers, and I love it. For less than a fiver, things don’t really get better than that!