This winter I’ve been wearing my grey scallop skirt a lot – it just seems to go with everything!
Like the complete rainbow, for instance:…..
A future coat
(OK, I admit that I haven’t been wearing this much because it is still in the imagination stage!)
Also, imaginary at this stage – an orange top. Currently I only have a summer tank, but I am hunting for the perfect orange ponte for a winter top!
OK, onto something that isn’t imaginary…
My $1 bag from Some Shop Without A Name:
My boy was taking the shots today – and was enjoying snapping me in silly positions!
I think a good canary yellow bag is worth serious investment – I’ve used this a lot as it is so handy to brighten up a winter’s day!
I’ve been wearing this over a plain black top for winter – as a loose top it is definitely more flattering with a pencil skirt than an Aline, but you know what, I really don’t care! One of my commenters gave me the idea of wearing it with grey a la Paul Smith – thanks Anne!
Teal or Turquoise:
A burda T-shirt:
This turquoise is a bit summery for this skirt, but wouldn’t teal be a nice winter option?
Cobalt tights with net tights overlaid:
I love to mix and match tights, and this is one of my favourite combos at the moment!
My soon to be finished cable cardigan:
I still need to sew the sleeve seams, sew on the buttons and weave in all those ends….
I better hurry up as spring is imminent!
OK – that’s enough changes of outfit for today – I think I have given you enough proof that grey goes with almost everything!
What’s your favourite combination with grey – is there anything fabulous that I
haven’t thought of?
(And for those of you who wondered what was wrong with my buttonholes in the last post, I have cut the welts in a different direction to the fronts – they look fine front-on at 90 degrees, but from the side on they appear darker or lighter depending on which way you look at them. Luckily the four on the front are in the same direction, but all the others (done the night before) are running in the opposite direction!)