Brogues and Specs

Wearing: Zara skirt, Cos vest, vintage cardigan, Joseph glasses, Betty London brogues, Sakdidet Road skull necklace

On Monday, I celebrated my 29th birthday. I had a really lovely day which I spent snooping round shops of the antique, junk and charity variety, getting huge bunches of flowers and being treated to lunch. It was all the more special to do all of this with Adrian who had managed to get the day off work. I got to thinking about the ageing process, how I dress so differently now to 10 years ago when I was 19. I tend to invest more now, in classic pieces that have longevity, and sadly I seem to wear a lot less colour the older I get!

I managed to squeeze a little bit in, in this look in any case, with the addition of these blue Betty London leather brogues. I am loving the combination of a little skirt and a flat shoe at the moment, something I've never really worn but has started to become my signature. Add a rather statement pair of specs (they are actually specs, not 'fashion' ones, but I really only need them for reading/watching telly) and I'm good to go!

My cardigan is a vintage one which is looking a little tattered as the years go by but ultimately gets better with age. Hopefully that's a good description of me, too!

Hope you're having a good week!

XO Amie
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hannah said...

Happy belated birthday lovely :) I would never have believed you're 29! You look beautiful - I love your outfit!! And what wonderful shoes x

amie k said...

Aw thankyou so much x x

Jade said...

Happy belated birthday! Hope you had a lovely times. Love the necklace! X

Unknown said...

loving your outfit and your hair!
ciao :)

Unknown said...

I love your brogues they're so pretty. xxx

Unknown said...

I so love the accessories in this look - the glasses, shoes and necklace are realy cool!

Mia said...

cool look girl.

xx m

Yasmin said...

those brogues are lovely, love the fringe detailing!

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