Midlife Loves

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Midlife Loves

What I've Been Buying In February & My OOTD

It's that time of the month again & whoops there have of course been a few purchases most of which I've already confessed to but there are a few that have yet to been revealed.

So jumping straight in with these block heeled cowboy boots - comfy, with a small heel that are toe & back friendly means these are a win win in my book & should prove pretty useful.  These seem to have sold out already, which has made me have a re-think about my monthly confessions & going forward I'm going to try & confess as & when I buy & keep an item so there's more chance of you being able to grab it too!

Zara Block Heel Leather Cowboy Boots

Then thinking ahead to warmer months this loose fit pleated top will be perfect for dressing up or down - skinny jeans, statement heels & a leopard print clutch & I've got a great simple outfit for a night out with hubby or the girls.  Equally it will look fab teamed with ankle skimming distressed jeans & flats for daytime too.

Zara Pleated Top

Then in preparation for my nails being able to recovering enough after my procedure in November & hopefully look decent enough to be outed & not scare another human being, I've grabbed these stunning sandals.  I just love these babies - a nice block heel so easy to walk in, leather so will hopefully stretch enough to cope with swollen feet come the heat & super, super comfy due to the padded sole.  Plus they're also available in black meaning I'm sorely tempted to get both as I think these are going to look amazing with dresses/skirts/trousers & jeans.

Topshop Venus Stud Sandals

Finally this next purchase is a real biggie for me & not something I have ever done before but I was lucky enough to receive a few luxury items for my birthday & at Christmas & it has got me thinking about investing a little more in some one off pieces that are timeless additions that I love & plan on wearing for many years to come.  That's not to say I'm not going to stop loving the high street & Zara will always be my first love but as you know I have a HUGE love for military jackets so when I spotted this beauty it was love at first sight & whilst it's not a classic in terms of a single breasted blazer I reckon it's something I'm always going to love & wear so I'm hoping on a cost per wear basis it will pay off!

Isabel Marant Military Jacket

Back to today & I'm going with one of my favourite colour combos of grey & denim.

My Midlife Fashion, Tweed single breasted blazer, zara cashmere scarf, zara cowboy hell boots, cashmere crew neck jumper, skinny denim jeans, felt fedora

Hat - Zara
Scarf - Zara
Jacket - H&M
Jumper - Marks & Spencer
Jeans - Zara
Boots - Zara

Grey & Denim

Jacket - Joules £99.95

So ladies anyone care to join me in confession?!!  How's your Spring wardrobe shaping up?  I'd love to hear.

See you tomorrow.

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  1. As usual Jane, your blog is super, very inspirational and honest, food for thought i think.x

    1. Aww thank you. Hope you're having a great week.
      Jane xx

  2. Be still my beating heart.....your Marant jacket Jane! Love, love, love it! Those Zara western boots are also divine.....great purchases this month! :0) xx

    1. Thanks Michelle I just couldn't resist it, it was love at first sight & can't wait to wear it :-)
      Jane xx

  3. Gorgeous jacket, can't wait to see it on. I have some old Gap boots similar to those, I live in them to the point I actually think they need replacing (and it's rare I replace a shoe, I maybe have too many....!) x

    1. Thanks Natalie, I just love this style of jacket so know it will be a great investment. As for the boots well they're perfect for everyday not to high or low, go with everything & look fab!
      Hope you find some to replace your beloved Gap ones, like you I have so many shoes it's not often I wear a pair out :-0
      Jane xx

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