I have to admit, if I hadn’t had my colors done I would probably not even considered this coat. I wouldn’t dreamed that this could be a color which suited me. Coat bought at Zara and it is the color which is called Mahogany on my color chart. On Zara’s website it’s referred to as brown. I need to get the arms altered a bit, they are a little long for me, but when it’s done I’ll probably have a autumn coat for years and years.
Me and photographer friend Kari had a photo shoot today, I only used items from my 30 x 30 challenge on this shoot and focused on casual looks. For instance I used my dressy sweat pants in most of the outfits. Let me tell you about these pants, they have all the qualities of a comfy sweat pant, they don’t look sloppy at all and I can wear them dressed up or down just as I please. I believe no one ever would notice that I’m actually wearing sweat pants. Suits me real fine, I spend a lot of time at home and when I wear these it’s no need to change to look decent if I should go to the store or whatever. They are great travel pants too, I wore these when I travelled to London. Comfort and style, what a great combination. And if we talk cost per wear, these will soon be for free. I bought these at Message on Vestkanten. They run a bit big so if you want them a little fitted like mine is, you can go down a size, they also look good a little oversized. Price is not to bad either, NOK 499,- ($ 65, £ 45)
This scarf was one of my bargains from London the other week. I searched long and hard for a scarf in my colors, I was prepared to pay a lot, even visited Burberry and Mulberry in my search with no luck. And then at Covent garden marketplace I found this and 3 other scarves. This one was £2,50. It’s really soft and seems to be good quality, I would never guess it was a really cheap one. I have had far more expensive scarves looking and feeling cheaper than this one.
You can read more about my trip to London here
Until next time
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