I wore this outfit some weeks ago, to go shopping. It was right after my return from London, and I couldn’t wait to wear my only souvenir (apart from a Dorothy Perkins dress which I’m planning to wear over the holidays). I wanted this kind of a sweatshirt for a long time, and I really liked this one which will always remind me of my trip. Paired it here, with my latest love, my burgundy/oxblood pants, and my old grey boots…which are Shoe Save #37 according to the rules of Shoeper Shoe Challenge by Shoeperwoman.com.
We took these photos a couple of days ago, but I had this outfit on my mind from the moment I got these biker boots. I knew I wanted to wear something military (but not camouflage, because T. would probably bite me, after so many months in the army seeing camouflage everywhere), so when I got these boots I thought they would look great in the outfit I had on my mind. I also knew that I wanted to take the photos for this outfit post in this place, which you have already seen before in some of my older posts (here and here). I hope we had managed to go there earlier and not just before the sundown, but either way, I liked the result. I hope you like it too.
I think the weather is getting colder these days. I could feel it the night I returned home after we had taken these photos! Days are still pretty warm, but when the sun goes down the temperatures drop. My trusty long cardigan couldn’t keep me warm enough. I think it’s finally time to bring out the trench coats and jackets for this season, even here in Greece. This “long summer” has been fun, but it can’t stay forever. These days, I’m dressing really casual. I find this season really tricky. You can’t wear summer clothes, but you can’t wear winter clothes either. I have some fall pieces, but the trickiest part is the shoes for me. Too cold to wear sandals, to warm to wear boots…Usually in these cases, I choose to wear my ballerinas.
As temperatures haven’t significantly dropped yet, we’re still able to wear some of our spring/summer pieces, together with cardigans and light jackets at night. I wore this outfit a few days ago, to go out for dinner. As my company has a casual style, I didn’t want to dress up, but also didn’t want to dress down for my standards. I made a promise to myself a few years ago, not to wear sneakers/converse/flats when I go out at night (with some exceptions of course, depending on the occasion). So I decided to wear a quite casual outfit for me, but also kept my heels on (in this case, lower ones).
As the title says, I wore this casual outfit on an afternoon out with T. We took these photos and went shopping for a few things I needed (nothing fashion related I’m afraid). The days are still warm but the nights are chillier reminding us that fall is indeed already here. I love this weather (for fall), but I can’t help but feel sad that the time to change our clocks for winter is rapidly approaching. But we have one more week ahead of us, and I’m going to make the best I can with the (summer) time and summer light we have left.