A round up of the weekend’s outfits (they’re not glamourous in the least!)

These are the weekend photos that probably shouldn’t be shown to the world but they’re all that exist for now.  Plus I always wanted Style Guile to be real life – so I’m going to use that as my excuse for these horrors!

Saturday morning started off with the park run. When it comes to the park run I’ve realised that age is actually a great advantage.  Clearly not that many women run in my age category which means that it’s possible to do a less than brilliant time and still look quite competent (on paper at least). That’s my kind of running! Here I’m wearing GAP running clothes, which I really like. They’re not great for anyone who prefers a silky, lightweight fabric but personally I prefer a thicker fabric with a bit of support.

Then I decided on my Hush star jumper and a chambray skirt for the rest of the day, plus Topshop shoes. Usually I would choose a slightly more fitted top but it was a relaxed kind of day so, you know, I just went with the flow.

Sticking with the relaxed theme, Jigsaw tencel chinos, a Reiss jumper and converse plus a Kate Spade bag were good for a trip the swings – until it rained and I needed to levitate to keep the white converse white. Such a ridiculous choice of colour for converse!


  1. Anonymous
    August 12, 2014 / 8:36 am

    I think you look lovely in these outfits too. Your poise and smile shine through even when you think you're not looking your best. Lynne51

  2. I won't wear sludge brown
    August 12, 2014 / 9:34 am

    Ha ha I thought the first one was going to be a glamorous jumpsuit. Chuckled when I saw the full picture. You still look glam though x

  3. Arthurs mum
    August 12, 2014 / 5:31 pm

    The star jumper is so lovely and casual, looks great with the skirt! x

  4. Susan Woodhouse
    August 12, 2014 / 7:17 pm

    Great looks as always, including the running outfit. Sue xBestfriendstyle

  5. What Lou Wore 365
    August 13, 2014 / 8:01 am

    When you say park run do you mean "parkrun", the free timed 5k? I've been doing my local parkrun since 2009, it's our Saturday morning routine now! We even go Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Years Day! I should reach 200 runs before the end of the year…!

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