Here's an outfit I've been wearing a lot in this colder weather, a gorgeous Boob nursing/maternity dress with tights and Doc's. It's the Franca dress* in navy/red dot, 89e. Find it on their site Here. Every time I've worn it I get compliments, and as usual nobody guesses it's a nursing dress. I especially love it because it's rare you get a dress with sleeves. It's a complete outfit in itself, so perfect for bleary-eyed mornings! You don't need a cardigan over it indoors, though I have worn a black vest underneath for warmth when I know I'll be outdoors a good bit. For nursing you just pull up the outer layer (a flattering crossover) and pull down the underneath layer. The dress is made of a comfortable jersey-type material And they come in three colourways. Size-wise I'm about a dress size 10 and this is a Medium but I think a Small would have been ok too. I can't tell you how much I love dresses, they just make me feel put-together and girly, hence the big goofy smile on my face!
So when I'm going outdoors these days I like to wear lots of layers, I've been loving this oversized cardigan as a coat if the weather is dry. I'm wearing my Doc's 24/7 as they are ridiculously comfortable, and this is a crazy rectangular woven wool thing that I bought for a wall hanging, but have been wearing it instead as a scarf!
Dress: Franca nursing/maternity dress by Boob Design, 89 euros (link to their site Here)
Grey oversized cardi: H&M sale, 15 euros (2 years ago)
Black tights: Penneys, 3.50 euros
Red knee socks: TK Maxx, 6 euros (yonks ago)
Oxblood Dr. Marten's: Office, 140 euros (last year)
Wall-hanging/scarf: Charity shop, 1 euro
That's it for now, what are you living in this Autumn? Oh, and in domestic news we are going through about 40 bananas a week these days. Is it possible to overdose on potassium?!