Brodie is getting to the age now (3) where he has developed his sisters strong willed attitude. Now for the life of me I can't think where this has come from- honestly! Mornings have become a battle as he more often than not will have to 'OK' his outfits. Ahhh a lovely perk to the weekday morning rush! The weekends are not so bad as he pretty much wants to wear what daddy wears, so today to make things easier for me he chose his outfit himself. He's gone all Breton today after all when you are 3 you don't care for seasons anyway!
Isabella had to get in on the act today and of course she's just wearing her school uniform. DISCLAIMER- she also dressed herself, so I have not checked for any buttons done up wrong! (From the preview it appears today she has)
Chinos- H&M (he has many chinos, he prefers these to jeans/joggers and these wash pretty well!)
Belt- Ah another new thing of his.... He does love a good belt! This was passed on to us by a lovely friend from school and its become his favourite item.
As for Mummy, I am having a relaxed Boyfriend day. Not literally of course before you read in disgust! I love boyfriend jeans and I really can't wait for Spring/Summer to arrive so that I can really make the most of them with sandals etc.
Top- Super comfy Jack Wills long sleeve top which has a lovely detail to it, layered over a cheap Shoestring New Look vest. I have a few of these in various colours. They were so cheap and being a spaghetti strap style they are easy to layer and at £2.99 very cheap.
Jeans- My faithful boyfriend fit jeans from Topshop. These are the Andie design, super comfortable and look really great in summer too, when its really cold I can wear over a pair of tights...shhhh.
Scarf is a Primark special. Nothing special about it of course other than its very cheap!)
Last up is my faithful Dr Martens. These are the first pair that I have owned and just before Christmas I had a real urge for some. My army style boots from River Island had just died when I found these in T.K.Maxx for a bargain £35! I snapped them up and I am so glad that I did as they really do keep your feet dry, warm (with socks of course) and best of all I don't fall over in the snow! I tend to keep the laces loose with baggier style jeans-because I like the the way they sit and its what I want to do!