A Week in Outfits

So here is a weeks worth, almost, in outfits from last week.

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Here I am on Thursday in Christ Church garden in Oxford before heading off to explore the botanical gardens with my mum. It was actually quite a cool day so I decided to wear my new black novelty print dress with a black gabardine jacket. As I knew I would be doing quite a lot of walking I just wore some flat ballet pumps, not vintage, but very comfy. To finish the look of I accessorised with a 40s style satchel and a feather brooch.

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Next we have quite a casual weekend outfit from Saturday, featuring a 70s does 40s skirt and a 1930s embroidered blouse. As I was just relaxing round the house I didn’t bother accessorising or wearing makeup. As you might soon realise, unless I have an event or special occasion to attend I will normally be found with unstyled hair and no makeup.

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This outfit was what I wore to Louth vintage day last Sunday. It was a lovely day with friends and we had glorious weather to boot. I decided to wear this lovely summer dress I picked up last year at Brooklands 1940s weekend; teamed with cream and brown accessories, including my much loved straw bag.

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This last outfit is again very simply, as this was actually what I wore to work on Monday. So no accessories, just a smart and practical outfit, featuring the 70s does 40s skirt and a very old reproduction 1940s blouse from Tara Starlet.

So I hope you have enjoyed seeing the sort of outfits I wear for work, casual weekends and to events. Let me know if you would like to see more ‘week in outfits’ posts, and keep an eye on my Instagram for regular outfit posts.

 

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