Sunday, October 04, 2015

Soccer mum

Yesterday morning I went to watch my oldest son Seth play a soccer game and it was quite warm for being october but still a bit chilly when not in the sun so I took my big GUCCI wrap and put a big belt around it. 
Teamed with a pair of high waist flared jeans from H&M and sneakers I was ready for the game and on a side note - Seth´s team won=)

Belt TOPSHOP, jeans H&M, knitted top HUNKY DORY, wrap GUCCI, bag LOUIS VUITTON, sneakers PRADA





3 comments:

Pascal said...

And yeeey, congratulations to Seth and his team!

Your outfit really shows that "Winter is coming" :). I sometimes wonder how we would freeze if we lived in the North of Westeros. I guess it would be quite harsh :). But anyway, it's a nice outfit again, like the recent camouflage one.

Have a great day now and lots of hugs and light to you!

Hep-Hep Steff said...

congrats for seth and his team! ;)
you really look stunning.
still feel poorly with my asthmatic bronchitis, and for the night i had to spent in the er after a second asthma attack, on tuesday... any positive thoughts and prayers would be more than welcome.
hugs & love from the bottom of my heart <3

Tom said...

My grandad ( who's no longer with us ) used to be a professional footballer :-) He played for Brentford ( which is in west London ) until the outbreak of World War 1.

Football has always been something that has held no interest for me. However, this is starting to show small signs of change. At the grand old age of 36 I can report that I'm beginning to take a small interest in the game. This may sound a bit odd but over here in England on one of our many TV channels there is a football highlights programme dedicated to the German Bundesliga. Although I don't support football ( as of yet ) I enjoy watching German football :-) Being a man with a natural tendency for quality I admire the finesse of the German footballers as they go about their business on the pitch. So good to watch! :-) They take their game so seriously and there are nowhere near as many fouls on the pitch either as there are over here in England in our pissed up Premier League. If I ever do aquire a serious interest in football I will, of course, support an English side. And, I will definately support a German team from their Bundesliga! :-) It's on tonight at 23:00pm. I will be tuning in :-)

Also, I think football is the only sport that can generate feelings of love :-) No other sport can do that. Not in the way football can.

Well done Seth and his team for winning the match! :-)

Toodle-oo Anette! :-)