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Sunday, 26 January 2020

What I Wore this Week • 7 Outfits of the Day

What I REALLY wore this week | Fake Fabulous

Welcome to another glimpse into what I've really been wearing this week.

MONDAY

What I REALLY wore this week | Fake Fabulous

GREEN WOOL JUMPER: Charity shopped
STRIPED TOP (underneath): Bam
GREEN TROUSERS: Boden (old)
HEADBAND: Primark
LEATHER BOOTS (out of shot): Dr Martens

TUESDAY

What I REALLY wore this week | Fake Fabulous

It was raining SO hard that I couldn't even step outside for a 10-second snap!

JUMPER and SOCKS: H&M
LEATHER TROUSERS: Vintage (eBay)

WEDNESDAY

What I REALLY wore this week | Fake Fabulous

I featured an in-depth look at this outfit HERE where you can see what's lurking underneath this vintage coat.

THURSDAY

What I REALLY wore this week | Fake Fabulous

WOOL COAT: Hearts and Hands (old)
PUFFA GILET: Charity shopped
JEANS: Topshop (old)
TRAINERS: Primark
SILK SCARF: Karen Mabon

FRIDAY

What I REALLY wore this week | Fake Fabulous


SILK SHIRT: Vintage (Charity shopped)
JEANS: Topshop (old)
LEATHER BOOTS: Vagabond (old)
SCARF: A gift
TEDDY COAT: Next (old)

SATURDAY

What I REALLY wore this week | Fake Fabulous

Morning Look: 
CASHMERE JUMPER: Gents (a gift)
LEGGINGS: Sweaty Betty (a gift)
GILET: Charity shopped
TRAINERS: So old they need the bin!

What I REALLY wore this week | Fake Fabulous


Afternoon outfit :

CASHMERE JUMPER: A gift
JEANS: Topshop (old)
BOOTS: Vagabond
NECKLACES: Vintage and gifted

SUNDAY

What I REALLY wore this week | Fake Fabulous

JOGGERS: Asda (old)
JUMPER: H&M

Which of my outfits would you wear?
Are there any you'd NEVER wear?
I'd love to know.
XXX

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12 comments

  1. My favourite is the one with the teddy coat. Those coats look so warm and cozy; I'd love to get one but it feels like Spring here already 😢

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    1. Hi Loree.... They're not very warm at all, but certainly look it! I only wear mine on milder days or with plenty of layers underneath.
      I hope we get a little snow before spring returns.
      Just a dusting would do. 🌨️😊. X

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  2. I loved your Wednesday look! But I am always partial to matching shirt and socks so Tuesday for the win!

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    1. Hahahaha.... Yes!
      It's very new to me to match like that but I couldn't resist with that dotty combo.
      😁
      XXX

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  3. I love the polka dot knit but the colourful Thursday outfit is definitely my fave - everything matches the scarf so well! :)

    Hope that your week is off to a good start! We had a relaxing day today with the public holiday :) I just posted my weekday wear linkup, I'd love you to join! :)

    Away From Blue

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    1. Thank you so much Mica...although I can't take any credit for that outfit!
      The scarf did all of the work for me.
      XXX

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  4. As a 100% thrifter (charity shopper) myself, i love seeing you go in this direction more and more!...always have loved your taste : )
    xo eva
    www.CostumeTakeOut.com

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    1. Thank you so much Eva.
      You're very kind.
      I'm trying to do better... sometimes I fail but I'm trying.
      Wouldn't it be fun to do a charity shop trawl together?!
      I wonder if we'd fight over the same pieces? ;oP
      XXX

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  5. I would wear ALL of these outfits. Except gym clothes - cos I don't gym, but I walk everyday (by the sea) :) Lise

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    1. How lovely Lise!
      I love walking by the sea but only get to enjoy that once or twice a year.
      It's especially enjoyable for me when there is bad weather and the cobwebs get blown away :o)
      XXX

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  6. Lovely outfits, my favourite is the Thursday one because of the bright colors but actually I like all of them, those blue shades and the cosy gilet!
    besos

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