If there’s one thing I really don’t do well – apart from saving money, eating healthily, exercising… OK, OK, you get the gist – it’s dressing for “in between weather”. You know the one I’m talking about – when it’s ridiculously cold out but also bright and sunny. What on earth is the smart/casual dress code option for this weather?
No literally, help a girl out here and give some guidance, I am struggling here ladies!
Today’s ensemble was thrown on on a ‘transitional’ day. Too breezy for a shirt but I needed something to “smarten/pretty up” the outfit a bit. It might not have been totally weather appropriate, but I did enjoy wearing it, and it did a good job of making me feel a bit smarter, rather than wacking on 10 pairs of super cosy tights and looking like a sack of potatoes. Who knew a leather midi could be so useful?
On to the outfit. But first,
let me take a selfie let me apologise/pre-warn you that this post contains seriously, seriously windswept hair. Don’t say I didn’t warn you…
Moving on to my favourite part of this post. I picked up a new lip gloss a couple of days back and the only thing I’m disappointed by is the fact that I didn’t get it sooner. It’s part of Tanya burr’s Lip gloss and Nails line and it’s the gloss in ‘Chic’.
It is the perfect natural, every day lip gloss. It’s a beautiful beige nude with a pink undertone and to coin the most annoying phrase in the world, really is – “my lips but better”. The formula is just as great as the other glosses in the line – I own First Date and Picnic in the park, two beautiful nude pinks… are you sensing a theme here? – and I can’t even think about wearing another product on my lips right now.
It is, to be completely unoriginal – the epitome of Chic. Well named Tanya, well named!