Not just the name of the scariest woman in film but an inspiration for this outfit post. Recently, I have been craving pinafore dresses and this one fitted the bill perfectly. The fact I got 20% off it at work just sweetened the deal. It was the base for a heritage inspired look and I actually love all of the brown together despite it being a decidedly unfashionable colour!
|Coat: c/o Tesco, dress: George at Asda, blouse: Pins & Needles at Urban Outfitters, tights: Primark, boots: Carvela, bag: charity shop.|
The mossy green and the rich browns immediately made me think of old books in a dusty library and the billowy sleeves contrasted with the rich tweedy material. There's something about certain textures that I associate with different things and tweed always makes me think of long country walks...
I loved the lace edging and the little faux pockets... it's all in the details!
I kept my make-up fairly natural and luckily walking in the cold gave me a lovely pink flush!
You all know how much I love a shiny bag!
And a rather hilarious outtake of the day: it's cold work being a blogger!
Do you associate textures with memories? Would you wear brown?