Certain things never change. Take for instance me, fussing around final details before heading off the door. The husband waits patiently, leaning against the wall, mobile in hand. Wallet? Check. Keys? Check. Camera? At the bottom of the purse, check. Seems like everything is in place.
‘OK, I think we can go.’
‘Sure?’, his questioning eyes shift from the mobile screen towards me, and his arched in doubt eyebrows meet my assuring nodding. He opens the door, and as we step out of the apartment I turn around faster than he can say ‘I knew it, you are not ready!’, flush him with a beaming apologetic smile, and rush back in. A minute later I appear triumphant, sunnies in hand.
‘Now we can go’.
As he locks the door, I chime nonchalantly ‘Maybe I should go back and change to this other skirt, you know?’
skirt (Benetton) | top (H&M, similar here) | cardigan (Benetton) | purse (Louis Vuitton) | boots (Caprice, last seen here) | sunnies (Dior, last seen here) | necklace (handmade)
These are beautiful Fall photos and I love that skirt and your bag is amazing!
xx Easy Outfits, by Pip
You look brilliant! A perfect fall outfit! Lovely pics and a so fun photo shoot!
Have a nice Monday!! xxx
♡♡♡MADRID FASHION DREAM♡♡♡
You’re so elegant!!! Amazing post sweetheart.
The diary of a fashion apprentice
This is so cute. I love the fall inspiration. =)
Beautiful pics and love your Louis Vuitton bag ! 🙂
gorgeous pics, love fall colors! the bag is really pretty!
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Very nice!! Love your bag
hahaha!! Your hubby is so patient!
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Love the colors in you pictures…Autumn perfect look!
Well, there is always something, isn’t there?!
Love the rust and brown, you are definitely embracing the fall color pallet!
The epitome of the perfect fall outfit!! Love the autumnal color 🙂
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I LOVE this post:) and your blog Is so cute..Im now following.
Check out my blog…with lots of cute Swedish decor inspiration:)
Have a lovely day dear
LOVE Maria at inredningsvis – inredning it’s, Swedish for decor 🙂
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