3 great looks for relaxed weekend dressing! 18



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When you are off-duty, it doesn’t mean that you should be off style-duty too.  Growing up, my mother always had clothes for around-the-house and there were some rather unusual combinations to say the least!

You can be dressed in a relaxed and comfortable way and still look fabulous in my opinion-  it needn’t be daggy old house clothes.!   Besides you never know when you might have to nick down to the shops or have somebody drop-in for a visit!


Tell me what you think of these three looks!  Would you wear them and what is your favourite?


Nothing beats a t-shirt and denim.  Always comfortable and always stylish.  This loose t-shirt style is beautifully cool to wear and the 7/8 pants look great in a cute spot print.  I love wearing plimsoles lately – they are so easy to wear!  Accessorize with your favourite necklace.




Birdkeepers the swing tee

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Vassalli spot pull-on denim pant

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Walnut euro elastic plimsoles

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I don’t know about you, but I love to spend time gardening!  I always like to protect my skin with a sun hat and a long-sleeved shirt with a collar.   As you can see I have stuck with a blue palette  – but why not add a bit of fun colour to your look to add a bit of interest?




Millers button pocket shirt

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Capture tank

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Millers knee-length chambray shirt

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Outliving gardening gloves

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Sportscraft ava bucket hat

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Walnut euro elastic plimsole

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Nest of Pambula tree drop earrings

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Keep it cool and loose on a scorching hot day!  Choose a strappy or sleeveless top with linen pants.  For accessories I keep it to a bare minimum with some lightweight earrings as I find when it is really hot I don’t like to wear a necklace.  Birkenstocks and other slip-on styles are a great choice of footwear for around the house.




Capture linen pull-on crop

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Together swing top

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Birkenstock gizeh thong

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Bec Stern bubble earrings

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Siobhan Beirne

Siobhan Beirne is a creative soul with extensive experience in both the fashion & beauty industries. With a keen passion for helping women to look and feel their best, Siobhan cannot wait to share her tips with you all.

  1. Around the house – nice shorts and colorful top! It is hot on the Gold Coast – even in winter!

  2. Around the house…a cool dress..nothing too new and trendy as I tend to wipe my hands on it when cooking etc. If I go out I pop into some 3/4 pants and top. Gardening….. omg!!I can’t believe this person wears such new and trendy clothes to garden!!! Mine is the oldest tatteriest clothes I own. Either I am a really messy gardener or the person who “did” the styling likes to pretend to garden.lol

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  3. Nort when the weather is humid, got one of those stickers on front door, no sales people, so I know I’m safe!!! 👌🏻

  4. That’s pretty much me (unless I’m gardening and then it’s the older, tatty version of that). If I have to go out I just add jewellery. On really hot days though I wear long, loose, sleeveless cotton dresses.

  5. I prefer to wear a skirt when off duty as I wear trousers for work,. Warm ones (Uk winter) are getting hard to find, plus they are either ankle-length or above knee-length, neither of which suit a 60+ woman..

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    • I’M 60+ Pat and I wear ankle length skirts – but only in winter. I love them. Very feminine.

  6. Now there’s gardening and there’s gardening! I would totally destroy those beautiful gardening clothes with the hard yakka I do!

  7. I hope the denim is lightweight! I wouldn’t think a 40 degree summer’s day would be conducive to wearing denim by choice; not unless you’re in air con all the time. Loving the blue chambray shirt and strappy yellow top though.

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