Here are just a few outfits I wore recently, although it is possible that all you notice are the coral pink sunglasses.

These are a gift from my husband who ‘confessed’ that he doesn’t really like my choices of eyewear. He wants them brighter and more funky.

Normally he wants them smaller as well, but I guess he conceded that when it comes to sunglasses, big is beautiful!


This flower skirt is from Zara (bought recently so still in shops!). I loved the print of this skirt and its lovely colors. It’s also made of solid cotton and unlined.

Although I usually prefer more a-line shaped skirts due to my flat botton that is rapidly losing the fight against gravity, printed skirts make this issue less noticeable. The skirt is comfortable and not too tight so a perfect piece for both casual and more dressy occasions!

The minimalist in me wants to pair it with a simple top and I really felt like wearing black on this day.

That way I could also wear my comfortable Ecco shoes, which are high but still easy to walk in. The red bag brings back some of the color of the skirt to the top and goes well with the coral/pink patterned glasses as well.


I featured the wide sleeve trend recently which I’m really liking right now. Although I haven’t found the perfect wide sleeved top yet, I remembered that I have this jacket from Alldressedup. It features similar wide sleeves.

I had wanted to wear it with a white blouse but couldn’t quite find the perfect one. This old blue top from CK Calvin Klein is not perfect either as it’s too blousy but the color was, so I wore it anyway.

I was going to do quite a bit of walking so I wore my comfortable Zara flats.


And there are the flashy bright pink glasses again!

Outfit details. Top outfit: Skirt and top by Zara, shoes by Ecco. Glasses by Loewe. Bottom outfit: top by CK Calvin Klein, jacket & necklace Alldressedup, Pants Zara. Shoes Zara (all old).

Which outfit is your favorite and do you agree with my husband and prefer the brighter sunglasses?


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