Yesterday was a bright and hazy Autumn day (some of the photos are a little hazy actually; my son took them and he was struggling to see in the bright sunshine). The colours of the foliage seemed to sing out and every burnished leaf on the ground looked beautiful.
My children and I went to visit my brother, sister-in-law and their one month old daughter. She’s an absolute blessing and we adore her. The children took turns pushing their cousin in her pram during a walk into the village. A simple and perfect day.
The colours in my dress are very Autumnal and I added an olive green polka dot scarf from my boutique.
I had a lovely email from a lady in Budapest, who follows my blog and who ordered one of these scarves. She has asked for advice on styling it, so I hope today’s outfit provides some inspiration.
And here’s Kitty Anna. Isn’t she just beautiful?
Love Liz x
*Marble Pocket Dress, Fever AW14 £49.99
Brown Henford Jersey Tweed Blazer, Joules £99.95
*Hamble Oak Tan Leather Brogues, Clarks
Olive Green Polka Dot Scarf, What Lizzy Loves Boutique, £10Disclosures:- I am a paid Brand Ambassador for STEPPER Eyewear - I am a paid Company Ambassador for MAC Eyewear - I am a paid Columnist and Content Creator for Optometry Today - I am an employed optometrist at Benjamin Opticians, Skipton. Like most blogs, some posts contain affiliate links (from which I make a small commission if you make a purchase). Such links are identified with an asterisk *- Gifted items and PR samples are identified as such either in the the body of post or in the notes section at the foot of the post - Shop my looks, eyewear and homeware here: https://www.shopltk.com/explore/whatlizzyloves - Thank you for reading and supporting my blog.
What an amazing outfit … I am VERY inspired by your Brogues .. they look absolutely fantastic
Thank you so much! I LOVE brogues x
Autumn colours are my absolute favourite! Love your scarf too. Kitty Anna is just beautiful! Lynne xx
Beautiful outfit, love your polka dot scarf 🙂
I like the scarf, but you describe it as olive. In the picture it's more forest.
I'll order if the latter, but I don't like olive. Thanks.
Hi there. I do describe it as olive but actually, your description- forest- is probably a better one! I have it in front of me now and it is true in colour to the close up of it (the one directly above the photo of my shoes!) it's a beautiful shade. I hope this helps, love Liz xxx
That helps, thanks! Xx