Life Stuff & Wearing Outdoor PJs

Life Stuff: Phew, what a week. I know I am not the only one feeling like I'm lifting extra freight this January (& I'm talking life stuff, emotions, etc - not just Xmas timber). Getting back into the swing of work and trying to juggle adult things seems to feel a heck of a lot harder at the start of the year and I'm certain the freezing weather isn't much help.
Speaking of freezing, I slipped on a patch of ice on my moped this week so I'm feeling a little bruised - both my body and my ego; for of course only I would come off my bike screaming F*** in front of my CEO, who I had met just 1 day prior. 
It ain't all doom and gloom though - today was my mum's birthday, so this weekend has been all about food and wine and all that good stuff. We had a totally epic several course meal last night as part of the Moocow Supper Club which, if you happen to find yourself on the Isle of Wight, I can't recommend highly enough. 
It's also been totally mad work wise - and not just because of my tumble from grace in front of senior management - but 2017 is shaping up to be pretty exciting in that way.
So, for a myriad reasons, the blog almost went a touch neglected this week - almost as I did manage to V. quickly snap today's outfit betwixt the celebrations. Shot in dusky light they aren't up to usual standard but I kind of like the blurriness here. 

The Outfit: Anything that feels like pajamas is A-OK in my book after a week such as this has been. If it looks like pjs, all the better. I went for my New Look pj style shirt with these fab silky Mango trews I picked up a few months ago - the elasticated waist is a total dream when scoffing roast dinners. My much worn Topshop slip-on tapestry loafers and a leopard print bag tie together the eccentric sleepwear vibes perfectly IMHO, plus the bag was a total steal as I bought it from a friend having a clearout. 


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