This time I used a black cotton with an unusual 'burn out' pattern, but it's not actually see through once on. I loved that the texture added a bit of interest to an otherwise plain fabric.
I really love the neckline on the top - such a simple but effective feature which gives the blouse a sculptural look.
Apologies for mad hair - this is what happens when I'm too lazy to dry it properly!
Here I have paired the blouse with a green wool skirt I bought from a vintage shop a couple of years ago. I love the colour but didn't wear it much last year as I realised that it was a little long and consequently a bit frumpy, as I often wear flat shoes to work. I finally got round to taking up the length to a more flattering one, and now it's firmly back in the Winter wardrobe.
I have also made a start on my Christmas crafting, and posted about it on the Crafty Christmas Club blog. HOWEVER please do not look at the blog if you are going to be getting a present from me (including a blog swap - hi Sian!).
I've been trying to catch up with my blog photography today but I was fighting a losing battle by only a quarter past three!