Take One Navy Sweater

Monday, October 05, 2015

A major discarding session in my wardrobe recently led me to realise that I was in need of a navy top, something simple to pair with a few things left without partners in my wardrobe. A quick look and a few clicks on the Next website and this navy boat neck sweater (similar here) was on it's way to me.

Of course it makes a lovely simple outfit with jeans but...

... it also gives me something to wear with these lovely/ugly trousers.


And means I can wear this skirt...

... and these Zara wide leg trousers. Did you notice they have pockets? Pockets :)

A simple £15.00 purchase means I can now wear three items that I previously couldn't. That's what I call a bargain.

 (Day 37 of blogging everyday for 40 days)

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6 comments

  1. I LOVE that skirt outfit. Beautiful.

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    1. Thank you, the skirt was a eBay bargain, originally form Matalan I think, it only cost me a few quid but remained unworn because I didn't have anything to wear with it!

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  2. Beautiful! A good top like that is worth its weight in gold!x

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    1. Staples. It's all about the staples!

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  3. Firstly, those trousers are definitely on the right side of lovely/ugly! Yes, yes they are. I don’t know why but I always feel wildly exposed when wearing printed trousers, which is ridiculous in the sense that they cover my legs in entirety.

    You got that navy sweater sussed!
    x x x

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    1. I know what you mean, I think for me it's because I'm used to the safety of jeans!

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