Casual, relaxed, easy…
That’s what we want from our holiday or weekend outfits, right? No fuss, just get dressed and go. Easy-peasy separates that can be mixed and matched are the cornerstone of any wardrobe, of course, but they could just as well be all you need in your wardrobe, especially in summer.
If you’ve been reading this blog for a while you probably know that I have a really serious aversion to ironing… And if I don’t really iron my work clothes, I’m certainly not going to iron my more casual clothes. And as I commute between two homes, I need my clothes to multitask and lend themselves to several different outfits, from casual to smart casual. You see, I don’t really spend much time packing, either: I just toss something into a suitcase and go.
This is what I wear on most days: cropped trousers and a t-shirt, a jacket or a cardigan and flat shoes. And as there are quite a few of the above-mentioned clothes in my wardrobe, all I have to do is choose the colour combinations I like on a given day.
And what I wanted to do here is put together a relaxed, casual look in my favourite colour combo of blue and green. Of course, it should be suitable for the somewhat unpredictable British weather: sunny and warm one moment, cool and rainy the next.
t-shirt: H&M / trousers: Marks and Spencer / cardigan: Gap / sunglasses: Miu Miu /
shoes: Van Dal / bag: Adolfo Dominguez
Do you like mixing and matching separates?
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