Four glorious days of blissful nothingness. And might we add a very “well done you” to everyone who strategically took their holiday days this year, 4 for the price of 10? Bravo.
So much time to do a whole load of not much. Hm. What’s the dress code for such an occasion? A shirt perhaps. Some cashmere. Very thick socks, for sure.
Here at WNU we are championing this well earned break and introduce you to our cosy edit, Consider this your inbetween days uniform if you will. Of the utmost importance is comfort, naturally, but that never means you must substitute it for your style…
MONDAY 27th DECEMBER
Time: It’s just a concept, who cares.
Currently: Finishing this episode before rummaging through the numerous tins of Quality Street in the hope of finding a strawberry dream.
TUESDAY 28th DECEMBER
Time:11:04am and parched.
Wearing: Bundled up in the Brushed Rain Blue plaid shirt, recycled cashmere joggers, trainers, t-shirt.
Currently: Nipped out to stock up on much needed emergency supplies, namely coffee pods, milk, bread and paracetamol.
WEDNESDAY 29th DECEMBER
Time: Sometime after lunch.
Currently: A family walk, wrapped up warm with phones firmly in pockets. The fresh air is actually exactly what everyone needs.
THURSDAY 30th DECEMBER
Time: As early as possible.
Wearing: In layers of wintery whites and blues with the Weave Ocean Blue stripe under a sweater vest and a blazer, teamed with classic denim jeans.
Currently: Packing. That’s enough family for one Christmas holiday and besides there’s nothing left of the now-ransacked pantry.
And for Friday? If we are allowed to celebrate we’ll be sporting one of these festive looks and if we’re not, well… It's time to get well acquainted with the sofa.