Hello and happy Monday!
Hope you had a good start into the new week.
I did because I'm having a relaxed day today, spent four hours at work, ran some errands, did some grocery shopping and now I'm at home in my yoga pants, sitting at the desk with a coffee and some cookies. No better way to spend a cloudy Monday afternoon.
Oh and it's September already! Phew, it seems like August flew by superfast. Autumn is coming slowly, there will be up to 30° C again this week, but still you can feel that summer has come to an end. I can't wait for sweater weather and colourful scarves and cardigans and warm boots!
I wore this to work last week and to the barbecue night I mentioned in my last post. It's another feel good look for me because it looked cute and was really comfy. The dress is wonderfully breezy and has this lovely sailing boat print that I can combine with so many things in my closet. I also added the cute world map watch because I thought it was so coherent to have sailing boats and a map together in one outfit. Also the yellow cardi was a good match because navy and yellow is one of my favourite colour combos ever and looks nice with my hair and complexion.
By the way thank you all so much for your nice comments on my hair lovelies! I think I will write a post about it soon to answer all of your questions about this topic. I can tell you two things already: 1. No (unfortunately) this is not my natural hair colour and 2. I do tell my hair stylist about all the compliments and she is always really flattered, so thanks again! :)
Alright, that's it for today, there is nothing exciting going on. I will clean up the apartment and pack some parcels for Ebay later and then I'll probably spend the rest of the night watching all sorts of Gordon Ramsay shows on Youtube because I just love it when he curses and yells at all the stupid chefs. My new obsession to bridge the last bit of summer break until all my favourite series continue.
Have a nice day!
P.S. And don't forget to enter my current giveaway:
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