Last weekend I took a few things to the charity shop, and thought that a couple of them fitted very neatly into the idea of 'One Out/One In'.
This leaf print tea set, bought from a charity shop a couple of years ago, has been replaced by tea cups and saucers which match my everyday crockery. The pattern is Topic by Meakin - really I could have done with more dinner plates and side plates since these get used the most. However I spied a set of 4 cups and saucers for £3 in a charity shop, to go with the 2 I already had, and couldn't resist.
The leaf set is in great condition and as much as I like it, can't really justify having more than 2 tea sets, since they don't get used a huge amount. I hope someone else appreciates it.
Goodbye to these bronze sandals in favour of these gorgeous new clogs by Lotta from Stockholm. I bought the sandals 4 years ago and though they're still in good nick (they're real leather), they're not as comfortable as some of my other sandals so I never wear them.
I massively love these new Lotta Clogs - my second pair (I have a closed toe pair in red). I was a bit unsure at first as it explains on the website that this style are sized a full size larger than usual, so a bought a UK6. I'm normally a 7/8 and seem to be exactly between sizes. If I buy an 8 quite often I regret it as they get stretched with wear and are too big, while I have to be a bit patient and stretch out a 7. It also depends on the style as I need an 8 if they have a much of a heel.
After a bit of wearing around the house I was ready to wear them outside and I am so chuffed with them.
How do you keep in top of having too many things - do you use a 'One in/One out' approach?