Christmas is far from my favourite time of the year, but I gotta say this time around it was a fabulous one for me.
Monday: NW3 jumper (oldie) / Zara skirt / Hat, from Spitalfields market / Shoes, from La Cle de Bilbao (new)
Tuesday: Hobbs cardigan / Bershka scarf / Primark dress / Accessorize necklace / Whistles bag / Shoes, from La Cle De Bilbao
Wednesday: Hobbs cardigan / Forever 21 necklace / Dress, from Malaga / Whistles bag / Hat, from Spitalfields Market
Thursday: Miss Selfridge trench coat / Forever 21 dress / Swarovski earrings / Shoes, from La Cle De Bilbao
Friday: Hobbs cardigan / NW3 dress / Whistles bag / Shoes, from La Cle de Bilbao
Saturday: Hobbs cardigan / Primark dress / Shoes, from La Cle de Bilbao / Roxy weekend bag
Sunday: Primark coat / Jumper, from Hong Kong / Ted Baker shorts / Daily Dolly bag / Claire’s Accessories necklace / NW3 boots
On Monday I left the coldness of London for the warm and beautiful tranquillity of Malaga. It’s been a crazy year for me in terms of travelling and I really didn’t expect to have yet another holiday after flying home last month for a few days. But this last-minute (and thankfully not too costly) decision was one of the best I made – the weather in Malaga was amazing and it served as a perfect break from the stress of the British capital. London I love you but sometimes you are a headache. Everyone kept telling me that I had been extremely lucky with the weather – I like to think that Malaga is amazing enough to have the sun stick around for Christmas. I was pretty wise with my packing and made a point of making my life easier with packing just dresses.
In hindsight, I could have done with an extra cardigan – although kudos to my little burgundy cardigan for matching four of my dresses. And whilst my beautiful new black brogues – found at my favourite Spanish shop La Cle de Bilbao last month – did an excellent job, I so could have done with a sun-friendly, preferably nude pair of shoes and nude tights (black brogues and bare legs are so not a good look).
Life was pretty heavenly from Monday to Saturday, but sadly it was back to freezing feet on Sunday. I think Malaga has spoilt me – I don’t know how I’m going to survive the next few months in style. Oh dear, that’s a very negative way to end the post – let’s just say I’m lucky to have had five days of summer in December!