martes, 28 de noviembre de 2017

summer clothes & autumn

I'm used to wear my summer clothes until well into the winter, and I like to do it creating winter versions of my favorite summer outfits. This means some good old layering, like wearing tights under satiny pants, or turtlenecks under sundresses. I think these small tricks work nicely in my mild climate region, where snow doesn't last for many days. It would be different in a really cold Winter!
So I picked these floral printed pants, which were purchased on summer sales, and added a jacket, a coat, boots and a beret (usual Winter stuff!). Next day, I picked another pieces, but the idea was the same!. It felts like a really comfortable outfit through the day, as I went to work, then run errands and walked a lot, and it was like wearing my pijamas (once more!).
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Suelo ponerme la ropa de verano hasta bien entrado el invierno, y lo que me gusta es crearme unas 'versiones de invierno' de lo que llevo en verano. Y eso significa superponer capas, como las bien conocidas medias bajo los pantalones sueltos o cuello vuelto bajo un vestidito. Creo que estos trucos van bien para el lugar donde vivo, con un clima templado, donde la nieve no se queda más de unos pocos días. Sería muy diferente en un invierno realmente frío!
Así que he elegido estos pantalones de estampado de flores, que compré en las rebajas de verano, y les añadí la chaqueta, el abrigo, las botas y una boina, las capas de rigor. Y al día siguiente, elegí otras piezas, pero la idea era la misma. El resultado ha sido muy cómodo de llevar durante todo el día, yendo a trabajar, haciendo recados, y caminando un montón. De nuevo, comodísimo, como ir en pijama!
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- pants, Festa (summer sales) / pantalón
- red turtleneck, retail (old) / cuello vuelto rojo
- striped jacket, a present by a friend / chaqueta de rayas, del trastero de una amiga
- coat, la Redoute (very old) / abrigo, antigüito
- boots, Treksta (outlet) / botines
- necklace, birthday present / collar, un regalo de cumpleaños
- papier maché brooch, by myself / broche de papel maché, de mi cosecha personal



- coat, Punt Roma (old) / abrigo
- jacket, bought when on holiday (years ago) / chaqueta, comprada en vacaciones, hace años
- shawl, flea market (old) / chal, de mercadillo
- black t-shirt, retail (old) / camiseta negra
- boots, Clarks (old) / botines
- crochet beret / boina de ganchillo

7 comentarios:

  1. Wonderful inspiration for making the summer wardrobe last that bit longer! I love those floral trousers and that fabulous sun brooch. xxx

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  2. I am absolutely in love with your pants! And all the ensembles you created. I also love the idea of summer clothes in mild winter (our climate is similarly very mild)! I would like to experiment with my wardrobe in that way! <3

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  3. I admire your ability to make your summer wardrobe last well into Autumn! My favourite is definitely the first outfit, the amazing floral trousers enhanced with the red turtleneck! I love how you not only layered your clothes, but your jewellery as well: those two necklaces together are fabulous. So is the "holiday jacket" of your second outfit, and the patchwork-like shawl. Besos xxx

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  4. Those TROUSERS!!!!!
    Send them to Scotland immediately! :oP
    Fabulous.

    Thank you for linking up to #fakeituntilyoumakeit!
    Samantha
    XXX
    Fake Fabulous | Style Tips and Fun with Fashion, over 40

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  5. That striped jacket is fantastic, and those are fabulous trousers! You're inspiring me - rocking the jackets, you are!

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  6. Oh, wonderful! So great to see two such different outfits with the very same, high-impact trousers. I love them both as the injection of colour in the mostly black outfit, and as the harmonising piece with your autumnal colourful jacket and scarf. Truly splendid!

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