Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Surviving A School Trip!

It was a loooong day!  But I did it, 25 x 6/7 year old's, a gaggle of Mum volunteers, a sore throat by the end of it (tonsillitis none the less) but a very pleased daughter that her Mummy was there.  We spent the day at Claydon House and I am ashamed to admit, I've never been before and it is so close (Waddesdon Manor is even closer I'm afraid).  What absolutely stunning views and grounds.  I will definitely be going back with the family and a large picnic when the weather warms up next year.  So what did I wear, well probably should have swapped around what I wore today for it but never mind, on disrupted sleep, a poorly baby and getting out the house by 8.30am this is what it ended up being.

Cardi - Jack Wills (Bicester Village)
Top - H&M
Satchel - The Cambridge Satchel Company
Jeans - Topshop
Pumps - French Sole
Apologies about the colour on these shots, they were rushed whilst the children were acting out the Crimean War and we had a minute to ourselves, somehow a filter was applied!  I am loving wearing my bargain £15 Topshop Baxter jeans that were made for short people (the 28" leg ones), it's great not to have to turn them up, although I do like a turn up.  I have had my orange H&M breton for a while now, it hasn't lost it's shape but I must admit I prefer the Zara organic cotton ones, they don't tend to ride up.  The Jack Wills cardi is getting a lot of wear, I love it.  My French Sole ballet pumps are breaking in nicely, they have loosened up so I may need an innersole for my smaller foot (yep, odd feet, a whole size).  

I think I managed to take in some information about Florence Nightingale and the Crimean War whilst I was there, well definitely the story about loosing her cat on the train anyway!  No testing me on my knowledge though please, just use Google.....

I Couldn't not share some of the views, stunning English countryside.





The Converse, well I have worn them twice already!  Yes, a little pinching on the big toe but so needed an in between shoe from a ballet pumps with no socks to a hardcore Winter boot, these fit the bill perfectly.  A bit of an animal over load today, but it's fun to play with prints sometimes.

Tee - Juicy Couture
Cardi - Gap (merino wool one)
Jeans - Black (kind of grey now) Topshop Baxter
Shoes - Converse



Anyone else been experimenting with double prints recently?

8 comments:

  1. The double print is really cute ... but actually I am more taken by your satchel. LOVE IT!!!

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  2. It's hard work isn't it? I did it last year and I could have throttled one of the kids on the trip. You look very chic for a school trip - I did the Converse just incase anyone stepped on my feet.

    And the Juicy Couture top - I love. I have to get over my mindset about Juicy Couture only making pink tracksuits - I know that they have moved on but the damage has been done in my brain.

    Nice to see the leopard Converse getting an airing so soon.

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  3. I've never heard of Claydon House, but Waddesdon is one of those places I try (unsuccessfully) to drag the family to on a hot day! Love your double animal print!

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  4. I know Helen, and the photo doesn't do it justice! Will get another close up of it just for you.
    Um, yes Sue, it was B hard work! But I have to say, the kids were all very well behaved. I still want a Juicy tracksuit....I have to fulfil my need one day, I must. They also do some amazing jeans.
    Waddesdon is lovely all times of the year, at Christmas it is stunning.
    Glad the double animal wasn't to much for people then! x

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  5. That looks like the perfect school trip outfit, love the Satchel x

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  6. I bloody love that T but seriously can't part with that kind of cash on one so ill admire yours from afar sniff sniff lol I've never worn double print but might be brave soon x

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  7. The T-Shirt was £17 from an Ebay shop! TK Maxx were also selling them in the green print for £14.99. I'd say just don't sit them next to each other and so long as they aren't really loud ones (ie the T-Shirt was muted tones) then you should be fine. Go fourth, be brave & try! x

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  8. I think the first photo is so lovely...they all are! So glad you went for the leopard ones! They are perfect on you! Ax

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