Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Dressing for the school run....

The kids have been kitted out with their new uniforms and they have everything they need....I think it's about time I spoilt myself.....Every week day, twice a day I do the school run.....I want to look good.....Not for the benefit of other people but to feel good about myself.....I would love to be one of those "yummy mummies" (I hate that phrase)....I'm never going to be one but I can try.....hehehe


Round Hem Check Shirt - £12.00 -- Straight Leg Distressed Jeans - £18.00 -- Skechers Lotopia Canvas Shoes - £31.00 -- Women's Striped Zip Side Top - £9.60 -- Lee Cooper 2 Zip Gilet - £17.99

 
Mock Zip Trousers - £12.00 -- Elementz Neon Butterfly Satchel Cross Body Bag - £16.00 -- Lilley Womens Black Wedge With Side Knot - £14.99 -- Annie Oversized Jumper - £15.00 -- F&F Tapered Leg Trousers - £6.00


Stone Long Line Shirt - £25.00 -- Grey Denim Leggings - £10.50 -- Grey Fine Knit Waterfall Cardigan - £14.99 -- Emilio Luca X Red Utility Ankle Boots - £44.00 -- Fulton Photographic Rose Automatic Umbrella - £22.00


Floral Trousers - £10.00 -- Women's Woven Front Print Sweater - £11.20 -- Slash Neck Crop Fisherman Jumper - £12.00 -- Stretch trousers - £12.99 

What do you usually wear for the school run?
Are there any of my choices which take your fancy?

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44 comments :

  1. love all those pieces, I adore patterned trousers, and the grey and peach/rose palette is so beautiful. I want it all! lol x

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  2. My wardrobe staples are the moment are nursing tops with leggings and jeans. I do love that checked shirt though and the stripey top :-)

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    1. hehehe! For the last 6 weeks I have lived in leggings and t-shirts or PJ's....It will be strange wearing proper clothes when the kids go back to school...Thank you!

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  3. We're not at the school run stage yet, but I really want that rose print umbrella! x

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    1. It is so pretty isn't it....Thank you!

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  4. I actually love everything you have listed! I tend to buy for the children before myself - don't we all! Kaz x

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    1. Yep! It's always the kids first....We sometimes need to treat our self too though x

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  5. I am really liking the style of that red jumper, I love a good chunky knit x

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    1. It looks so good doesn't it....Thank you!

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  6. I actually love all these outfits! I probably wouldn't wear the print trousers, just because I've never managed to find a pair that I liked enough when they were on me.

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    1. I have struggled to like any print trousers but I do love these....
      Thank you!

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  7. It's good for getting dressed yourself the way you feel great in it! I love your picks! You defo will by yummy mummy in it! P:)

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  8. Lovely collection Kim. I would wear some of these, and it's nice to look good for yourself. Even on the school run :)

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  9. What some gorgeous options - dressing for the school run isn't something I do but I could definitely see me choosing a few of these pieces for everyday wear. x

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  10. A nice collection, not really applicable to me, but i know a few people who would enjoy your blog and ill be sure to pass it along :)

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  11. The stone long line shirt and gillet I do like. Unfortunately for me it I'm usually in my one pair of jeans and what ever top I've plucked out the wardrobe that day with a black faded gap zip up hoody or a warm ski style coat. Comfy and me lol! But not very pretty.

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    1. I'm sure you are pretty in whatever you wear!
      Thank you!

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  12. I love these outfits, especially the first one! I'm not a parent so I never really considered the fact you might have to put a little thought into your school run outfits, but I really admire you for setting time aside to do that! x

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    1. Aww! Thank you! Other parents can be really judgemental....

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  13. Love your collection and that is definitely a yummy mummy wardrobe not a one that tries :)

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  14. I really like the third outfit. I don't have children that have school runs but I hope once the time has come, I am out of my PJ's by the time I walk through the gates. :-)

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    1. I struggle some mornings....hehehe I have left my pj top on under my coat when I'm in a rush....The shame x

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  15. Great choices! I need to dress more like a mum haha! I don't really have any dress sense at all these days and my tops are usually covered in milk stains x

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    1. hehehe....This made me chuckle! Thank you!

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  16. I love this idea! I've struggled for years with what to chuck on for the school run. I've not quite fallen into the slippers and PJ's slump yet, but if I had some nice new outfits it might make getting up and out a little easier in the morning. Thank you

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    1. Thank you! I think new outfits do make the morning a little easier....

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  17. I love the bag and the umbrella. I always wonder what I am going to be like for the school run - probably still in my walking boots/doc martens and jeans - the only difference will be what colour hair I have gone for!!

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    1. Thank you!
      What ever you feel comfortable in....It really doesn't matter :)

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  18. I love your choices. Unfortunately for me, i take carson to school on my way to work - dressing very officey. Booo!

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  19. No school runs here yet - but when I do I imagine it will be whatever I have thrown on in a last minute rush! :D

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    1. hehehe! Mornings are hectic when you have the school run to do x

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  20. These are gorgeous outfits. I bet everything would look great on you!

    Daniella | Freshly Pressed Beauty

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  21. I can't say I'm really looking forward to the school run, to be honest. But these clothes would help me with that! I really like the stripy top from Peacocks. And the floral trousers.

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  22. I'm with you on the 'yummy mummy' term - we need to come up with something new. 'BeauIty with babes', 'Classy with kids', 'Movie Star Momma'? I don't have little people but I still need to pay more attention to my day to day wardrobe. Thanks for all the ideas.

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  23. The first lot of clothing is so very me; I would pick every single item from this list myself :-)

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  24. Some great looks there. I love the boots in the 3rd one.

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  25. I second Jessica Lomes comment! Those boots!!! I love the way you've put the outfits together x

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