Take this H&M cardigan for example. It’s huge cocoon shape and balloon sleeves are a million miles away from my favourite 50s prom dresses and fitted jackets and yet, when I first laid eyes on it, I could help but think it was a key piece for a bit of mooching around on a Sunday afternoon. The loose fit reminds me of my favourite John Hughes movies (can’t you just see Molly Ringwald bundled up in it though?) and, the best part – it’s covered in tiny white pom poms!
Well, you didn’t expect me to go completely off-track, did you..?
I like to take things pretty easy at the weekend which means time can often disappear if I’m not careful! Luckily, this La Nostalgique watch by Les Partisanes at Twisted Time has been keeping me right lately!
The black and white lizard-print strap adds some cute detail to a clean, classic design – and the monochrome colours make it very easy to wear with statement accessories. This weekend I wore it with my cartoon hamburger clutch from New Look and perspex jewellery from Love Me Tender London / Sugar & Vice Designs.
On a Sunday, you’re pretty likely to find me wearing a tee shirt dress and I always go to Topshop when I need to stock up. This one has a denim colour to it, giving the look of a denim dress, but it feels like a super comfy tee – a winning combo and perfect for layering.
I finished my outfit with tattoo-print tights from hosiery legends Bebaroque and shoes by Melissa. The soft rubber make them ideal for running errands, going out for coffee, wandering around the neighbourhood or however else you like to spend a day off!
Do you have any weekend wear staples? What are your favourite ways to spend a lazy Sunday?
With love and endless pom poms,
Miss West End Girl x
A huge merci to the lovely people at Twisted Time – be sure to check ’em out!
All photography by Gary at Trouble With Film