Climate change is something we have experienced last month in Madrid. The summer days have taken too long, a bit cold in the mornings but afternoons were warm even hot. So our summer clothes with a light jacket have been worn and that is what I recollect in this late October recap. I hope you like it and tell me which post was your favourite.

Blessings and hugs.


El cambio climático es una realidad o por lo menos así ha sido en el pasado mes de octubre en Madrid. Dias frescos por la mañana temprano pero muy agradables incluso calurosos el resto del día. Por ello hemos estirado la temporada de verano y hemos seguido con la ropa veraniega hasta finales de mes añadiendo una ligera capa de abrigo. Asi que el resumen tardío de octubre nos lleva a eso a prendas ligeras con un poco de cobertura. Aquí os dejo la recopilación esperando me digáis cual es vuestra favorita. Besos infinitos y hasta la próxima.


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  1. Genie Geer says:

    Jean jacket! That blue necklace reminded me that I have a few pieces that I never wear because they are so dated (they were my mom’s) but not funky or vintage enough to like….but I realized that I can (gasp!) take them apart, combine, add some random beads from my collection, and come up with something new and unique that I actually will wear. I especially need something to wear with my new gauzy double layer long dresses from newchic.com. One is brown/taupe, the other orange/tan, and because they contain polyester, are warm enough with jacket, vest, or sweater, for Texas winters. Cheers!

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    1. María Sanz says:

      I agree with you. The necklace is not on trend but I decided to see if I could give it a second life and well, for a while it is worth. Maybe redesigning it could be better but I need to find time to do it. Then for the moment I keep it as it is. In any case I am sure you will rock your new double layer long dresses and spice them up easily with new beads or even with a brooch. You know how to do it. Cheers!


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