It's Winter time here in Australia and I have been in hibernation. With our home in various stages of renovations it's a cold place to be. So when I'm home, you won't find me straying far from the fire, cup of tea in hand.
On the weekend, we did manage to get out and about. The weather was not playing very nicely but venture out and about we did. We headed to the Hunt & Gather markets and in between the rain, we enjoyed looking around at the various stalls, listening to live music and enjoying some delicious food items too. It's not often that we get out and about as a family of 4 these days, so I relish these days while they are still here.
I was pretty excited to find a few pieces of second hand items to bring home with me too. I am pretty careful with my Op shopping these days as space is limited, so only things I know I will wear lots make it home with me. I was fortunate enough to find a pair of Wittner clogs for $10 and a $5 dress from Sportsgirl that both fitted me perfectly, so I came home, shopped my closet and put together a new (to me) outfit. Here's what I wore...
Dress - Sportsgirl brand (2nd hand from the market)
Belt - Op shop
Scarf - SES Fashions
Brooch - Kirbeeart
Tights - Wardrobe staple
Shoes - Wittnet (2nd hand from the market)
I wanted to also make mention of my scarf. It has been my most favourite scart to wear this winter as it goes so well with so many of my outfits and is super warm too. Recently I saw a fantastic movie on Facebook, showing lots of different ways to wear scarves. I might be late in coming to this party but I loved it. This one I am wearing is called the Pretzel - isn't it great. I thought you might enjoy seeing it too.
I hope you have fun trying new ways to tie your scarves and can keep warm for these remaining days of Winter too. xx