Summer is (almost) over…
As far as I’m concerned, September marks the beginning of autumn. Sure, the weather might still be quite nice and summery, but it is certainly getting a bit more unpredictable. So, while it makes little sense to buy summer clothes this time of the year (unless you’re thinking about next summer already), it’s a bit too early for ‘transitional dressing’. After all, we should make the most of the last summer days, enjoying the warm weather while we can.
So, this is the time to bring out those summer favourites for one last outing before they’re packed away. I’m talking about the clothes that evoke long, lazy days and fun in the sun… The clothes that won’t be part of your autumn, or even ‘transitional’ wardrobe.
In that spirit, this is the last outing of the very practical linen shirt this year. Yep, you won’t be seeing it again, until next summer. Maybe. Who knows what I’ll feel like wearing in a year’s time?
linen shirt: Marks and Spencer / trousers: Marks and Spencer / shoes: Van Dal /
sunglasses: Dolce & Gabbana / bag: Adolfo Dominguez / necklace: Hirst Antiques
When does autumn start in your opinion?
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