Back To Basics!

A short post today, The Boy is off school and about to hit the Holiday Boredom Wall, so I will have to play the supermum role.

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I’m slowly trying to replace all of my basic tops. They get worn and worn until they get holey, stained beyond rescue and frayed. The same thing would happen whether I spent £40 on them, or £4. The only difference is the level of  rage I would feel upon wrecking them. You may have gathered that my favourite basics come from H&M. They are a good fit, wash extremely well and come in a wide enough range of colours, plus if you order online there are always some great discount codes floating around, I don’t like spending a huge amount on something so ordinary.

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From left to right:

Splendid Tee from TopBop, Breton Tee from Boden and a Fisherman Tee from La Redoute

These are all different prices, I know that not everyone is as tight-fisted as I am, and I do like the length on the Splendid tee. I suppose it comes down to material, I like quite lightweight fabric when it comes to my basics. I usually wear them under jumpers or blazers so the lighter and softer the material, the better. Today I’m wearing this one from H&M, it’s lovely and soft (almost like a sweatshirt inside), quite long and very comfy. I will also be filling my drawers with these tops I’ve bought them many times before and they are great.

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There we have it. Basics. They aren’t fancy, they won’t set the world of fashion alight, but by god, I do love ’em. If only for their versatility. And what mum doesn’t worship versatility?

Todays Outfit

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Blazer and top, both from H&M

Jeans are my adored and beloved baxters

Scarf from Ebay (told you I’d get an alternative)

Boots and necklace are both so old that I don’t remember where they are from.

Polish is Essie’s Camera, I love it. its so bright and cheerful.

There we are, a good old quickie. Until next time, Happy Fabulizing, peeps!

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