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Sunday, 27 September 2015

Culottes & Boots




Dressing in sync with British weather can be very difficult, especially during the fall. As the temperatures go up and down throughout the day it's hard to decide which items to pick out from your wardrobe rail and which to leave hanging for a little bit longer. This brings us back to the 'transitional dressing' dilemma that I have mentioned in one of my posts this month, so today I'm demonstrating another outfit that can work well during the summer-autumn transition period. 

Culottes and boots (ankle or knee high) is a right-on-trend pairing, which allows you to combine comfort and chic-ness into one outfit. I have purchased this jumpsuit from Zara's recent collection and you can still find it in stores. I love how lose it is around my legs, as it easily allows to wear knee high boots and most importantly - i love the fabric. It doesn't crease!! Oh how I love a non-crease fabric! It is one of my biggest issues, as once I'm out, I stay out for the whole day, which usually means by the end of it my outfit shows every single line from every single "sit-down". Awful. A skinny scarf worn backwards adds more character to the whole look.

Shirt - H&M
Jumpsuit - Zara 
Scarf - Zara 
Boots - New Look (very old)
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  5. One of the mistakes I've made when I was a newbie camper is not to break in my hiking boots. Results? I had painful welts and blisters that made the whole camping trip a downer for me. I was wearing socks so I was lucky my feet was not heavily blistered. But, good thing that I have my first aid kit so I was able to treat those welts quickly. If you need more information on how to break in your boots, see this site: http://backpackingmastery.com/skills/how-to-break-in-hiking-boots.html

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