I don’t generally buy shirts, and the honest reason is because I hate ironing! Which means that, invariably, I’ll wear them and wash them once and then they sit in my wardrobe looking at me in an accusatory fashion.
But they’re so useful for this in betweeny time of year that I’ve found my eye being turned.
It started with these two from H&M. Great basics, these actually don’t need ironing (rejoice) and are great for layering underneath a jumper when it’s colder, or wearing on their own now the weather is improving. They were half price in the 50% flash sale a few weeks ago (where I also bought my current favourite dress) at just £7 each.
They don’t look anything exciting, but teamed with skinny jeans and some statement boots I’m really happy with them.
Then, in the most recent H&M sale (which of course I ordered loads from because, sale) I spotted these two.
My husband wears a lot of checked shirts, and when I showed him these he thought I’d bought them for him!
He was pretty disappointed that they’re for me. So far I’ve worn them with indigo straight leg jeans, but they’ll be good with denim cut offs in summer as well as battered pale blue jeans and sandals. Unfortunately these will need ironing (ick) but I really like them so will try and make an exception!
They’re lovely and soft and cost just £7 (top) and £5 (bottom).
Four new very versatile tops for just £26; how great is that?!
How do you dress for inbetweeny weather?
Thanks, as always, for reading!