The Monday to Friday Edit #25

Coming back from Dubai wasn’t as hard on my body and well being as I thought it would be – it’s a miracle I didn’t get a cold! Then again, I did cover up and dress quite sensibly at the beginning of week…

Monday: Isaac Mizrahi jacket (seen here) / NW3 jumper (new) / Forever 21 necklace (seen here) / Boutique by Jaeger trousers (seen here) / Backpack, from Hong Kong / Clarks brogues (seen here)

Tuesday: Coat, from Hong Kong / NW3 jumper and jeans (seen here) / Forever 21 necklace / Jaeger bag (seen here) / ASOS loafers (seen here)

Wednesday: Hobbs jumper (seen here) / NW3 trousers (seen here) and shoes (seen here) / Miu Miu bag (seen here) / ASOS watch (first seen here)

Thursday: NW3 cardigan (oldie) and bag (seen here) / Hobbs top (seen here) / Circle skirt (seen here) / Forever 21 necklace / Ring, from Dubai / Primark bracelet / Zara shoes (seen here)

Friday: NW3 cardigan and bag / Whistles t-shirt (seen here) / Monki skirt (new) / H&M necklace (seen here) / bimba & lola ring (seen here) / Bracelet, from Hong Kong (seen here) / Marks & Spencer shoes (seen here)

Wearing trousers four days (from Sunday to Wednesday) in a row was a record for me, and inevitably decided it was time to get my legs out again – I can’t help it! 

On Wednesday I went back to my internship at my company’s head office – it was a super short ‘office’ week due to Good Friday but I (hopefully) kept it classy on Wednesday and was my quirky, girlie self on Thursday.

What I’m really happy about this week is that I rediscovered a few wardrobe classics – I read an interesting little tip last week in New Look’s spring/summer catalogue (out of all places) which advised to shop from your wardrobe. It’s so true! I have too many things and keep forgetting about lovely pieces that still push my buttons.

There are a few new bits though that I’m loving to bits!

I hope you’re all having a fab Easter weekend – I’m back to work tomorrow but I’ve been lucky enough to have three days off in a row, which has involved lots of walking, feeling like a tourist in my own city (in the best possible way) and chilling in parks. A perfect little break!



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