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My Weekend with Odd Molly



Lazy Sundays! We all love them. Mine wasn't exactly lazy though. This time of the year is an extremely hectic time for primary teachers as we are in the middle of organising end of year reports. So after typing reports for what felt like years, I took a break and wondered out into the backyard. Our backyard is like a tropical haven, a place where I can be carefree and forget about my troubles. I frolicked around, enjoying the sunshine and cool breeze! It was such a perfect Sunday, even though I did have to work.

Report writing called for a comfortable outfit, so I put on my favourite pair of denim jeans and my  favourite Odd Molly pointelle/lace top. Odd Molly is a Swedish designer, who I discovered a couple of years ago. Their garments are stocked at Syrup, Cactus Jam & Eco D boutiques. I love the garments because they are so comfy, wearable and feminine, with an edge and quirkiness about them.

























Odd Molly's philosophy is that you need to let yourself shine and truly be yourself. Don't be afraid! This is evident in the little phrases which are printed on either their labels or on the back of each garment. The label on my Odd Molly top reads, "celebrating yourselves."

It's so very true. We all should celebrate the unique individuals we are and not be afraid to show our true colours.




What do you like to wear on a lazy Sunday? Please feel free to comment as I love receiving your feedback! 

Take care until next time,

Suzi x 


What I'm wearing: Odd Molly Sweden pointelle buttoned down top, RM Williams denim jeans, gifted diamond studs and gold necklace with diamond heart pendant.

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  1. you have very nice lipstick!
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  2. I have always loved all your "odd Molly" clothes cos they look stylish but also comfortable. I love wearing jeans and a t-shirt on my lazy Sundays. By the way Suzi you look lovely. Love xxx

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  3. Thanks for your lovely comments!
    For your information, the lipstick I'm wearing is from Chanel's new collection-Rouge Allure Velvet in #32 La Ravissante.

    Suzi x

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  4. beautiful outfit! I love it!!
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    Erika
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  5. Thanks Rachel! Welcome to my blog.

    Suzi x

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