Red shoes, No knickers



July 2013



Seven day summer


This is it my Shoelets! This is summer. We’re in it right now and as far as my iphone weather app can see it is here for at LEAST the next 7 days so we have some work to do, ok?


Now, many of you ~ like my good self ~ have a bigger summer wardrobe than you do a winter wardrobe. It’s easy to do. Joomps and boots and coats are expensive whereas cotton printed slip dresses, vintage lace vests and a simple pair of leather flip flops can easily be bought in a lunchtime along with an Abokado sushi wrap and not a worry about our overdrafts. This means that we always have plenty of reserves due to less expensive clothing and a severe lack of opportunities to wear them.

Your opportunities are here. LET’S USE OUR STORES! This is the time to go head into your wardrobes, take out all of your summer pieces ~ even your ‘summer summer pieces’ that are normally reserved for holidays only ~ hang them, lay them, look at them and start making friends with them again. Β As a nation we are constantly moaning about the weather so no doubt after this heatwave, that I simply like to call summer, has left our shores and headed over to France we will be moaning that we haven’t had a summer.

WELL THIS IS IT! Make the most of it and do me, the environment and your bank balance a favour and work it with what’s already in your wardrobe…Go forth my Shoelets and have fun with print, pattern, cool materials, fabulous shorts and lots of attitude….Get some skin on show {I’ve gone for legs, arms AND boobs in this outfit ~ little over excited} and slap that x factor 30 on. No one likes a Magda from ‘There’s something about Mary’


{mine shouder shrug, reworked karen millen vest{was originally a dress} orla kiely skirt, m&s sunnies, rae jones sandals}


Posted in Comfy chic, Outfit city, Summer plans, Wardrobe work

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