Friday, 5 October 2012

Astonishing Splashes of Colour

 

I love wearing bright colours when the weather is dull, so I decided to break out some turquoise and pink today. We almost bought a pumpkin while we were walking around the shops earlier, but decided that it was still a bit too soon. It's just so exciting to see them available! I plan on making pumpkin soup, and then we'll carve an interesting face on it of course.
 
I'm off to work in a couple of hours: I work on the front door on Friday nights, so I'll be wrapping up very warm! Hope you all have a wonderful weekend.
 
The name of this post comes from the description of Neverland by Peter Pan: 'Neverland is always more or less an island, with astonishing splashes of colour here and there.'





What I'm wearing: top from Zara, skirt, bag and shoes from Topshop, scarf from Warehouse 

16 comments:

  1. Oh I really love the scarf! For me personally the whole outfit consist of two many colours as I am a black/white/nude person but I think it fits you really good and gives you a happy attitude. Lilly x

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  2. These bright colours made me so cheery :)

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  3. The blue looks good on you!
    I love it, very nice blog!

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  4. This is such a great fall outfit! I'm not so used to wearing bright colors so I appreciate it much more when I see others styling it so well.

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  5. That scarf is such a great mix of colours! It definitely brightens up a grey day.

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  6. These colors look so good together.

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  7. Gorgeous colours - my first visit to your blog. Lovely ! Xx

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  8. The colours look great. Hope you had a good weekend!

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  9. you look so sweet! beautiful!

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  10. Gorgeous colors indeed! Love those chic flats!
    xx
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