martes, 19 de septiembre de 2017

transitional orange #2

Once more, I've worn my self-sewed skirt made of an old sofa cover (so glamourous!), but this time I picked an olive green-khaki t-shirt. I think that orange makes a great color combo with almost every green shade. And it creates an autumnal color combo!.
Weather is being variable this week, mornings are really chilly, but it's still warm when sun appears. We went for some walks and ran errands almost every evening, making the most of the warm weather moments. As mornings are darker and sunshine hours are shorter, we know that this pleasantly high temperature won't last very long!
Switching between seasons is something that makes our lives more interesting!. Lots of different fruits and veggies every season, different clothes, different things to enjoy!
Linking Visible Monday!

De nuevo, me he puesto esta falda de costura casera hecha de un antiguo cubre-sofás (cuánto glamour!), pero esta vez elegí una camiseta color caqui/verde oliva. Creo que el naranja queda bien con casi todos los tonos de verde, y además, crea una combinación de colores muy otoñal.
El tiempo ha sido bastante variado, las mañanas son frescas, pero luego puede ponerse calentito si sale el sol. Hemos salido a pasear y hacer recados casi todas las tardes, aprovechando estos momentos aún cálidos. Según las mañanas son cada vez más oscuras, y las horas de sol más cortas, ya sabemos que estas temperaturas suaves no van a durar mucho ya!
El cambio de estaciones hace que nuestras vidas sean más interesantes. Hay montones de frutas y verduras diferentes cada estación, llevamos diferente ropa, hay toda clase de cosas diferentes que disfrutar.
Enlazo al Visible Monday





- skirt, previously worn
Transitional orange #1 / falda, anteriormente en
Transitional orange #1
- t-shirt, Festa (winter sales) / camiseta
- shawl, a present / chal, un regalo
- sandals, Inter-Bios (old) / sandalias
- bag, vintage (from my mom's wardrobe) / bolso vintage, del armario de mi madre
- necklace, 80's? / collar, de los 80?
- earrings, Silvereira / pendientes, Silvereira
- assorted bracelets (flea market, Sfera, charity shop) / pulseras variadas (de mercadillo, Sfera, tienda de caridad)


9 comentarios:

  1. Señora, your outfits are vitamins for the eyes! It must have been a pretty sofa... I love your green-red combo. In these autumnal shades the contrast isn't obvious at all. Love the bag too, great shape!

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  2. That sofa cover may have had humble beginnings but now it's been recreated into that amazing skirt it's incredible! xxx

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  3. I fully agree with you that the changing seasons make life more interesting. And your outfit has my full approval, containing two of my favourite colours, orange and green! The "sofa cover" skirt is fabulous. xxx

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  4. How very clever of you to turn this into a skirt, and a rather fabulous skirt too! I really enjoy the richness of autumn colours and can see that they suit you too. We're having mixed weather here in the UK meaning I'm stuck midway between changing over my summer and winter clothes - I don't seem to have spring and autumn ones, hahaha!

    Have a lovely week.
    Anna x

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  5. I adore this outfit! Green and orange is my favorite color combination, I think these two are made for each other. Your skirt is great! Love the lines of this outfit very much on you - you look comfy and very elegant!

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  6. We should all take our sofa covers and make skirts if yours is anything to go by!
    I love these muted autumn colours. They really suit you and I agree with Natalia, you look very elegant and comfortable.
    Xo Jazzy Jack

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  7. How very autumnal and lovely you look! What a great idea to turn the sofa cover into a skirt - waste not want not!

    I love all your bangles in autumnal colours too, and your hair matches everything...
    xxxx

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  8. Another great colour combination Monica, and I love that last photo of you!

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