Seriously, what is so interesting about the floor?
Anyway, I realised that most of my previous outfit posts have been days that I was at home and had time to dress up and put on makeup and elf ears and jewellery. I thought I'd show you a more relaxed outfit, so here is something that I wore to work.
My work is dirty and dusty and physically demanding, so I need to wear things which allow movement and wash easily. I always wear these Dunlops-which-look-like-Converse, and that grey cardigan is also a staple. In an attempt to liven up all the grey I went for this loose (thanks to being too big for me) but extremely comfortable knitted dress in a lovely bluebell shade. I also added grey rose print tights. It ended up being reasonably practical but also pretty enough to brighten up my day. I didn't wear my hair loose like in these photos, I keep it plaited for work-but I've developed an end of shift ritual of unbraiding my hair and letting it flow loose. It's a good symbol of the cut off point between work time and me time.
What am I even doing here? Why am I still looking at the floor? Whatever, my legs look good.
Cardigan- Primark via charity shop
Dress- F&F at Tesco via charity shop
Shoes- Dunlop via charity shop