I chose to start the week with a floral patter introduced by the thrifted blouse and the floral scarf. But because one pattern is not enough for me there is also animal print and geometric print on the skirt.
This is my nail art for this week! 100% diy and web inspired. Yet another way to uplift my outfits!
I love how my bracelet, by chance of course, echoes the colors on my niece's outfit!
This outfit is based on my newly thrifted military jacket. I've been looking for a jacket like this and I finally found it, the perfect fit, too. And because it was a cold day, I put my thrifted woolen vest on.
I'm so in love with this style of jewellery lately, totally 70s inspired look.
Yet another newly thrifted item to style! The floral cardi, it was lying there waiting to be brought to my house, hah ha joking! It is also perfect fit and fotographs greatly. I think it's highly versatile, too.
The shirt is also thrifted and the skirt is real leather from the 80s given to me by mum. The fleece jacket is from a Lidl line called Esmara.
I had been waiting for this military jacket for so long that I wanted to wear it again this week. This time with a floral wrap dress to give a more feminine twist!
Ooops! Yet again the same jacket this time with one of my favorite dresses and my denim shirt! Animal print is essential, too.
For a Sunday morning out in the town I wore my also newly thrifted denim dress by H&M. I had been looking for a flattering one and I was lucky to find it. It fits like glove. i'm sure I will be remixing it and maybe add a little something to lenghten it.
I almost forgot to mention my navy blue cardigan also thrifted recently which is so soft as it's 25% cashmere wool. It's 100% what I want from a cardigan and it only cost me 2 euro.
Primark earrings and a reminder to have my hair dyed this week!
Have you noticed the dots on my nails? An easy way to give some rest to my nails from constant polishing and yet have something decorative on them!
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Still being molly