An Extraordinary Way With Lettuce (and Broad Beans)

Tuesday 30 June 2015

Broad beans. Sainsburys :)

I know those are broad beans up there and the title of this post says lettuce but I didn't take a picture of the lettuce but I did take a picture of the broad beans.

I watched a Nigel Slater cookery programme a few years back and actually paid attention and made one of the recipes. I remember the title as being "An extraordinary way with lettuce". I've made it a few times since and each time, the interpretation gets a bit more lax and it's become more a go with the flow recipe now as I make it with any summer veg that I have to hand. #get_some_veg_down_ya

I made it again the other day as we had some left over gammon to use up along with some stock and then I thought, it might be a useful and easy dish for some people out there. Let me say now, I'm not a cook, chef or foodie. I cook food purely to feed hungry mouths so my method description may be rather short and sweet. A bit like me ;o)

This serves the 4 of us but the measurements are very loose (depends on what I have to hand).


  • Big slice of butter 
  • 2 x gem lettuce (halved)
  • 1 x large leek (chopped into chunks)
  • 4-5 spring onions cut into 1inch lengths
  • Handful of peas (frozen is fine)
  • Any summer veg (eg. baby sweetcorn/brocolli/asparagaus/green beans/broad beans)
  • Enough vegetable stock to cover the veg. Add more if you like it soupy.
  • Thick cut ham
  • Optional. Handful of mini pasta shells- my boys like these and it bolsters up a meal.


  • Optional. Cook the mini pasta shapes in a pan and drain.
  • Melt the butter in a deep wide pan.
  • Add the leeks and cook till soft.
  • Throw in all the veg along with the stock.
  • Cook for 5-10 mins till veg is softened.
  • Warm a few slices of ham in the soupy concoction.
  • Season to taste.
  • Optional. Put some mini pasta shapes in bowls for those who want them. Ladle the soupy concoction over.
  • Serve. 

Looks like this when it's served up and I swear there is some lettuce in there but it's hiding at the bottom.

Nutritious and delicious.


Last Note :

  • Nigel Slater's original lettuce recipe can be found here.
  • Use a stock cube if you like - I quite often do. It's not always possible to have a pint of homemade stock at the ready #iamnotadomesticgoddess
  • I always blanch and remove the skins from broad beans and then add them to the Grump's plate at the end of the cooking and ladle the soup and veg over them which warms them through. That way, I don't have to have them and he doesn't have to have pasta shells. Everyone's a winner!

Quick OOTD : 29/06/15 Geranium

Monday 29 June 2015

Folk blouse (old)
Culottes H&M (current)

Me and my homie Geranium just hanging today. Nothing to see here :)

A Good Buy

Friday 26 June 2015

Zara Linen Top, Susie Ho Bracelet

Yup, it's another pretty white top but it is the season of the pretty white top so that's my excuse. Remember that I bought a cream colour cutwork top from Zara early on the season here? I kept it for ages and never wore it. I kept passing it over and eventually I went back to Zara and asked if I could exchange it for something else given that I'd lost the receipt by then or rather I'd thrown it away thinking that I was going to wear it. So I exchanged it for the number above. 

It's 100% linen, loose cut, not see through, pretty and comfortable. And the white is more flattering on my skin tone than the yellowy cream of the previous one. A winner. Yup it creases a little around the hem where you naturally bend but I don't mind that - linen is supposed to crease! 

..... And I've worn it three times in the two weeks I've had it and that's almost unheard of. Result!

Zara Linen Top, New Look Jeans, House of Harlow Sandals.

Photo Credit : Michelle


Last note :

  • The top is now in the Zara sale. Size down. I'm wearing a size small and there's still room.
  • I think it's my current favourite top to wear ... I've just stuck it in the wash again!


Thursday 25 June 2015

I woke up this morning, peeked out of the window and the skies were blue. Dress day! Half an hour later, I opened the door to go out  ... and the sun had disappeared. Thank you sun - you had me there! There's just something about me getting my legs out which prompts the sun to disappear. #notfair

Anyway, it's day 25 of the #mystylephotochallenge and the theme is green. And to fit in with the theme of the day, my dress was actually the green Whistles Ailsa dress which I bought last year.

Whistles Ailsa Dress (old), Denim Jacket (old), House of Harlow Sandals (unavailable), Enny Bag (Ebay)

The dress is quite a stonking green. It's electric. But I love it. And I have a friend who loves it too as she asked where it was from and nodded when I said it was Whistles. She said, it looks expensive - the cut, colour and fabric set it apart from the usual high street offerings. And I wanted to hug her at that point. I love my high street bargains but sometimes it's nice to treat yourself to something a little more expensive (this was cheap by Whistles standards) which you really love. Oh and it is as wooshy as it comes. Honestly speaking - it would make a fab maternity dress. I needed the denim jacket to bring the shape of the dress in a little and to stop me taking off should a sudden gust of wind decide to whip up it and send me in to the neighbour's garden. I know I've also said previously, that I don't do denim jackets but this dress needed something and besides (1) the sun went in (2) I needed something to cover my arms and (3) I am also impossibly nesh. So out came the very old unloved denim jacket. Which I love a little today. Okay, that's stretching it a bit, I "like" a little bit more today than other days if I'm being really truthful.

However, I do love my dress, I do love my sandals and I do love the Enny bag. More items which "spark joy", so three out of four ain't bad?


Last Note :

  • The House of Harlow sandals are lovely but if you tie the ties in a bow, they keep coming undone so I've counteracted this problem by doing knots instead and I've stuck the tassels at the back today so they don't break the line of the leg too much #shortlegs
  • The above came as a result of trying to tie my laces the other week when they came undone. I misjudged a very low ledge which I was going to sit on and actually fell backwards in to a bush. A little old lady walked past and peered in at me and said "I only thought that happened to people of my age". #truestory #notcool #learnfromyourmistakes #itsgoodtoshare

CDG Play

Wednesday 24 June 2015

Photo taken by Helen

Like a lot of people out there - I like a stripy top. I don't wear them much in the winter - big knits prevail - but when the buds appear on the trees and everything turns a little green, I start pulling out the stripy tops.

This CDG Play one which I got a few years back is a favourite. And it's all because of that cheeky little heart face. For some reason, it perks up this top, lends it a little bit of cool and and I feel a little funkier. I like my other stripy tops too, they all have their own merits but this one is a little more special. As Marie Kondo would say, this "sparks joy".

Infact it sparks enough joy for me to think about saving up for another one. I quite fancy a black and white one next :) It might take me a while ... they're not the cheapest stripy top on the block but they are certainly amongst the funkiest.


Last note : 

  • Strange but true but when Coggles existed as a real shop in York, the CDG tops were not allowed to be taken in to the changing rooms to be tried on incase they were damaged in any way. You could take in more expensive designer items but not the CDG tops. 
  • Mine is a size small and fits neat. There isn't much spare room. I might size up to a medium next time ... when I get round to saving up for it.
  • CDG Play stripe tops are available here and here.
  • Do you have a certain something in your wardrobe which "sparks joy"?

Decorating Randomness

Monday 22 June 2015

Harris Mini Emulsion Roller. H&M sweatshirt. H&M Joggy Bots.

Yup that's me. Bobbly paint splattered sweatshirt and baggy saggy joggy bots. I'm a vision of loveliness :)

The Grumps took the boys camping this weekend and left on the Friday night at 5.30pm. I was up a ladder by 6pm. By 9pm I was weeping in to a cup of Earl Grey and on the phone to my friend L questioning my sanity and what I'd done to my big boy's bedroom. I'd painted the first wall and it was the most awful wet cement grey colour. Prison cellblock grey. I also had some reassuring chats with Michelle telling me it will all be alright. Just "wait till the morning" she said, "just wait".

Between then and morning, I spent a frantic hour or two on Pinterest googling grey boys rooms and started to feel a little more reassured and I came up with some little gems to make his room a little cooler. 

In the light of the morning sun, the wall I painted turned out to be a lovely soft shade of pale grey. Phew!

Anyway, would you like me to share some decorating tips? This is random and just what came off the top of my head following this weekend - sorry if it sounds like I'm teaching you to suck eggs but to some people out there, it might be useful.

1. Don't Panic.

It's only paint and you can always paint over paint if you really hate it. Paint never looks like it does in the tin. This is why it took me two years to drag out this tin of paint which I had mixed up and to actually use it. When I opened it the first time, I dabbed the smallest bit on the wall and practically fainted. It was so gloomy. So I shut the tin and put it in the garage. But it's always best to look at paint in natural daylight when it has dried properly. No matter how many patches you paint on a wall, it's still very difficult to get the full picture. Besides, I gave up painting patches on walls years ago, it takes you forever to paint out the patches on walls (pfft) and so I paint on pieces of card and masking tape them to the wall instead.

2. Prep.

Get the fiddly stuff out of the way first like filling in any cracks. Paint does not fill cracks contrary to my previously misguided belief. Filler does. I noticed quite a few cracks in the walls recently and it started me on my mission to freshen up the house. The one tip I got from a builder when filling in the cracks with filler is to use a damp sponge (like the little rectangular washing up sponges you can buy) which smooths and wipes away any excess filler as you go.

3. Make it Easy on Yourself.

Line your paint tray! Makes life easier.

Its a great song that by the Walker Brothers isn't it? Anyway, I hate cleaning up after decorating. I line my paint trays with a little cling film and on top of that, a piece of foil. Then I pour my paint in. When I've finished, I lift out the foil and cling film together. Nice clean paint tray.

Did I say I hate cleaning up after painting? I hate washing brushes and rollers. So I don't. I throw them away instead. That sounds a bit drastic but the hubs got tired of seeing gungey paintbrushes sitting in a pot three weeks after a job and eventually said to me "if you're not going to clean them, throw them away". That was a revelation. I bought myself a multipack of Harris brushes from Costco a few years back for about £15 and have been working my way through them ever since. I don't pay a decorator so this is my indulgence. Same with rollers. 

Did you notice that I rested my roller on a plastic container lid. The kind that you get from a takeaway? As I go round and switch from brush to roller, I rest whichever I'm not using on a plastic lid like this as (1) the paint doesn't really stick to the plastic and (2) I can throw it away when I'm done.

If you're not going to get the job done in one go and you need to leave the paint overnight and can't be bothered to wash out your brushes - I wrap them up in cling film and cover the top of the paint tray with some foil or cling film. I can't decorate without foil or cling film.

Or wet wipes. When I edge the bottom of a wall and it's not perfect, I just wrap my finger in a wet wipe and run my nail along the skirting board and I get a neat edge. 

4. Control.

Edging. Strangely enough, a large brush is better for edging than a small piddly brush. It holds more paint and means you can continue a straight line for longer. That I know from watching the odd decorator who I have had to use for those jobs which I simply can't do - like those walls which are sooooo high and you have to buy new ladders and apparatus and risk life and limb to paint them and it works out cheaper to get a man in to do the job. Pick your fights and work out what will save you time, money and stress. Err ... you're probably thinking, that's a tiny thin brush you're using up there in that pic Sue. Yes, it is ... I've worked through all the big brushes in my multipack and I'm down to the small and skinny ones now. Ah well.

Small Rollers. I use a roller to paint the walls. The small ones. Like in my first picture. Not a big massive thing which is so heavy when it's laden with paint, you will have an over developed muscly right arm by the time you've finished painting the room. I also don't like the back splatter with the big rollers - I don't suit white paint freckles, no sirreee! I also like the control you have getting near the edges and it's much easier to handle a small roller. Might take a fraction longer but I get a better finish and more even paint job, I swear.

5. Brushes.

I'm just doing regular wall painting so I just want pretty standard paintbrushes - I'm not glossing or painting wood furniture, but even so, I tend to buy Harris brushes. I find some of the cheaper budget paintbrushes tend to shed bristles which is very annoying when I have to pick a loose bristle off the wall. Pfft.

5. Against The Norm

Ever find yourself putting a hand on wall or leaning or scuffing the paint on that wall you've just painted by accident? That wall is probably to your left (assuming you're painting in a clockwise direction around the room). I now paint a wall and then the next wall I paint is to the left of it. That's because the wall to the left of the left (think about it) of the one I've just painted is dry so I can lean on it all I like. It's a bit weird but it works for me.

5. Decorations

Frames. I don't spend a lot on decorating Ben's room. It's usually a pot of paint and a change of picture on the walls depending on what the latest fad is. I bought some Ikea Ribba frames years back and these instantly give any pictures a more finished contemporary look. I have black ones as there are black accents in his room through the odd piece of furniture and the frames tie everything together. We've had TinTin pics, Superhero pics, Minecraft pics and these are the latest ones. I like the triptych effect and the fact that they are Dr Seuss quotes too.

Prints.  Speaking of which ... those prints above are free downloadables. FREE. A little bit of mad googling and Pinteresting and there are all kinds of free prints available. Check out my two favourite links here and here.

Prints again. Don't like anything you've seen or what you like, you have to pay too much for or it's just not quite right? Make your own. This is how to do a chalkboard effect poster. Add whatever quote you like. 

  • Link to a free chalkboard-background here.
  • Upload or copy the image and paste it in to a blank document. I used the Pages app which I have on the Mac.
  • Choose a suitable font. I found the Chalkduster font works well on this.
  • Make sure the font colour is white!!! 
  • Write what you like.
  • Print out.

Wall Decorations. Ben has a retro coat rack on his wall which he hangs his medals on. It has little plaques which you put your own labels on - he's a boy, he loves techy stuff so I printed lots of little games consoles and cut them to size to decorate it up. It's just finding easy ways to make sure it still feels like his room ... but done your way which is great if you're a control freak (like me).

For a similar coat rack, I found this Etsy seller The Woodworm Shop who does some lovely peg racks. You can keep it natural or paint it (I know there are a lot of Annie Sloan fans out there). Or CoxandCox do this one in a gesso finish.

Girly Things. And I know if I was a mum of girls, I would be printing and making these Hermes handbags as cute little decorations for their room. They'd look fab as a display on a shelf.

I'm not a mum of girls but I did print and make them anyway. I made all these when I had my week off with no wifi in Wales earlier this year. These diy Hermes bags actually came out in 2012 but there are still links here to get the printouts to make your own. Just make sure you use card (paper is too thin) and one that you can "fold" easily and you will need a craft knife for some of the cuts. This is what a printable looks like when you download it and you follow the instructions from there on.

They are are a little finicky to make because these are absolutely tiny but quite satisfying when they are all done and besides, don't they look lovely? And they make lovely gift bags too as I found out when Ben squirrelled one to one side and put some of his own money in it and gave it to me as a birthday present #heartmelt 

Bedlinen. I keep this really simple here. I bought some chambray/denim bedlinen sets from Primark a few years back which are still going strong. They are plain but being chambray, not quite so boring and I like that you can interchange the pillowcases with something like the one below for a bit of interest. I  (personally) don't really like buying specific children's bedding - I think if you choose carefully you can work with adult bedding and make it appropriate. 

For reference, this caught my eye on the M&S site and what a bargain at £15.60 for a single duvet set as there is 20% off today too. This is funky and contemporary and will bring a jolt of colour to any child's room. Works for a girl or a boy. Keep to the pale side for a girl and throw on some fuchsia cushions. Me, I'm going for the bright blue side, I've got a boy after all ... with grey walls in his room.  Let's breathe some colour in to the room - he is still only young.

So I will stop my ramblings there - I've finished the room and Ben loves it (I did do it on a whim and didn't tell him). I was worried that he wouldn't like it as he has always had a blue room given that his favourite colour is blue but the grey has worked a treat. Seems like my boy has taken after me #lovegrey


Last Note :

  • I did Ben's room in Dulux Dusted Moss 2. Goes on a cement colour and dries pale grey and interesting. A lot like Farrow and Ball's Cornforth White from what I can see on my Farrow & Ball paint chart.
  • Any decorating tips you care to share?
  • George's room is up next. Arghghg!


Monday 15 June 2015

.... ah ahh. Saviour of the Universe!  

Sorry, it's just when I say flash, the rest of that immortal line comes out. 

I did the school run in this outfit this morning and as I rounded the corner of the street, I was already regretting wearing this dratted skirt. Basically, it rides up. If it wasn't for the fact that I was pulling it down literally every two steps, I would have been flashing my front bits at the rest of the school brigade. I bet that's not something on the curriculum! Anyway, that was a pretty pants start to the morning considering I had such high hopes for the skirt as it reminded me a little of the Alexander Wang twist jersey skirts which I've always rather liked.

Uniqlo Breton, Toast Bag, H&M Skirt, Manebi Espadrilles

So I looked out for my friend who sometimes offers me a lift home when she sees me walking (she knows that walking and I are not at one) but she'd gone off like a shot this morning ... so I shuffled  slowly home. 

Anyway, you have been warned and I changed in to my joggy bots for the rest of the day as I was severely traumatised by the event. Basically, don't go there ... unless you're an exhibitionist and you've had a Brazilian.

House of Harlow 1960

Saturday 13 June 2015

House of Harlow 1960 Sandals

I got these for Christmas but still haven't worn them. Yup that's what I'm like. They're no longer available but Forever 21 do a fab version of these in a myriad of colours. They don't look like they tie with the tassel on the front like mine but lace up the leg instead ... but I'm sure you can wrap them round a few times and get the tassel round the front :)

Geometric Skirt

Thursday 11 June 2015

I don't often wear a skirt but I've been trying my best to break from the norm and the nice weather seems to be helping in getting the old legs out. And a nice way to ease in to skirts is with a midi. Midi's can be challenging but I do think it's just a point of finding one that cuts you off at a flattering part of your leg i.e. not the widest part. My black geometric patterned one is from H&M. The pattern won me over and the HUGE pockets. You can fit a novel in these pockets - seriously. Not quite Vanity Fair but a slim paperback by all means.

I wore it on the school run yesterday and heard a "whit whoo Sue!" behind me and got a pat on the bum from one of the school mums who was suitably shocked to see that I was in possession of a pair of legs. 

Anyway, I'm back in the jeans today - can't change the habits of the last few years just because we've had 2 days of sunshine.


Last Note :

  • This skirt is actually 100% viscose but it's the most amazing viscose ever as it's not the thin creasy stuff you usually get but a real heavy weight fabric which barely creases. I spent all day in it and there was barely a wrinkle at the end. Mega (I know the vocab is atrocious isn't it?).
  • The skirt is currently half price in the H&M sale here
  • Nice worn in a more casual way with a grey tee and a pair of white Cons too if your legs can hack it. I'm not sure mine can. #shortie

Quick OOTD : 08/06/15 Little Girl Blue

Monday 8 June 2015

Gap Cardi (old)
H&M Dress (2014)
Zatchels Bag (old but still available)
Carvela Sandals (old)

The skies are blue. The legs are out. The first wear of simple cotton dress picked up in the H&M sale last year. Easy does it.


Saturday 6 June 2015

I posted this on Instagram.

Day 5 of my #mystylephotochallenge and the theme was "Stars". Luckily I already had a sweatshirt which fitted the theme. It seemed to get a lot of love on Instagram - it might have something to do with the silly face too :)

The sweatshirt is by Twintips. Not a make or brand that I'm familiar with but I happened to be browsing on the Zalando site and came across this one whilst looking through their range of sweatshirts. Can I say now - they have a stonking range of sweatshirts. I could have quite happily clicked the button on quite a few but limited it to this one. Why this one? Well round about Christmas, I made some little bracelets which had little moons on. And Eve liked them because they reminded her of how much she loved her girls - "to the moon and back". I liked the saying so much, I wondered if I could find a little sweatshirt with something similar and I found this one. I just thought it rather nice :)

Anyway, as you know I do love a good sweatshirt so I thought I'd share with you some of my current favourites. The ones I'd be more than happy to give a good home to. Don't be surprised if any of these turn up on my Instagram feed or here in the near future. You know how I love a good sweatshirt :)

1. Gant Rugger Girlstown Sweatshirt.

I love the laid-back vibe of this one. This is currently half price on Zalando so a pretty good bargain to be had there as it's full price everywhere else.  What draws me to this? Err this picture. I am a marketing guy's dream. If I buy this, I will look this cool (not).

2. Love Stories Mick J Pyjama Top

Yep that's what it's called and yep it's a pink sweatshirt. I do pink, I honestly do! You just don't see me in it often but that doesn't mean that I don't wear it. I'd want one of these for lazy weekend mornings which I can only dream about. I want to lounge around reading my papers, having a relaxed Earl Grey and pad around in my bare feet, pink sweatshirt and some perfect blue jeans. I know it's just a dream because I can't remember when we didn't have anything on for the boys each weekend morning. It's been a while. I'll just have the sweatshirt if I can't have the mornings.

3. Mango Cotton Blend Sweatshirt

Who missed out on the Alexa Chung for AG Jeans New Wave sweatshirt? Well even if you didn't miss out and you just didn't want to blow £145 on a sweatshirt, you could get this very similar one. The resemblance hasn't gone unnoticed (for the record, Mango have certainly taken Alexa's AG collection to their hearts right now). The white colour way is also clean and fresh.

4. Etre Cecile Sweatshirt

What another pink sweatshirt? I fear there is a pink thing going on in my brain at the moment. There is a grey version too but something is drawing me back to the pink. Could I be getting girly in my old age? Anyway, I love the badge - it's got a unicorn on it!

5. Mango Beautiful Day Sweatshirt.

Being a cautious soul, I went and google translated "beautiful day" in to Japanese to see if it came up with the same characters as on the sweatshirt. Of course it didn't. It came up with something similar but not quite the same. Which worries me a little as to what I could be wearing on my chest and what it could be proclaiming. Does anyone know Japanese and can they tell me that it's not anything rude?

6. Maison Labiche Crazy in Love Sweatshirt

I like this because it is so simple. Less is more. That's it. This is the logo sweatshirt for people who don't do logo sweatshirts.

Any take your fancy?


Last Note :

  • I am wearing a size small for reference. The medium is only just slightly bigger. The sweatshirts are cut in quite a flattering fit - on the right side of loose but not baggy. 


Tuesday 2 June 2015

"Apart from the waist, do you want them taking in at the legs? They are quite wide."

"Err no thank you."

"A little bit shorter?"

"Err no thank you."

A few more tweaks, and a few more pins. 

"The legs - you don't want them taking in?"

"Err no, it's okay. They are meant to be wide. They are ..... culottes."

See - this is why I stick with a pair of jeans and a top or a pair of jeans and a jumper. Fashion takes a while to come round to these parts. 

I was at the alterations place - the place for those tweaks which I can't do myself. Like taking in waistbands on culottes which you buy two sizes up from your normal size because H&M's sizing is so all over the place at the moment. The size 10 came up to my bum and wouldn't go past. The size 12 whiskered at the crotch due to them being a bit on the snug side and the size 14 gave me dropcrotch. Oh joy. But I liked the dratted things so I persevered. And besides, I did say in February, I was going to be doing denim culottes this year. So here I am trying out a few looks!

Super Casual.

This is the one which I felt was most me. Super casual, super comfy and super practical. It is the perfect school run outfit if you can get your head around wearing culottes. No fiddling or readjustments required (the waist sits nice and high) and that is always good in my school run books.

Jigsaw Ottoman jumper, H&M Culottes, Aubin & Wills Tote, Adidas Stan Smiths

Double Denim.

I actually had this denim shirt on in the changing room when I first tried the culottes on and I quite liked the look of the two pieces together - a little bit like a denim culotte jumpsuit. This definitely has a whiff of the seventies about it but my legs needed the heels big time when I paired them with the shirt. If there was ever proof needed of the benefits of a pair of heels - I have witnessed it with my own eyes when I tried this outfit with the Stans. Whilst the Stans were okay with the jumper above, they looked all kind of wrong on my body with the shirt. I think I just died a little. And shrunk a foot. But if you have long legs go for it, it's a cool look with trainers. Me? I shall just weep and rock in the corner.

H&M shirt, H&M culottes, H&M Sandals, APC bag

Classic Stripes.

I wear a stripe top at least once a week so I put one on with the culottes. I have to confess, I took the picture but I didn't love this look on me (you can tell by the pics) but I've put it out there anyway. It's okay but just a little too nautical themed and neat for me. It makes me want to go round going "Aye aye Captain!" and do the hornpipe.

Jigsaw top, H&M Culottes, Jigsaw Alicia Bag, Carvela Sandals


I was already wearing the shirt and the shoes the day I took these pics and when I pulled on the culottes, I thought it had a nice kooky feel about it. Again, a whiff of 70s but without the whole boho hippy vibe. The bag was an Ebay find and is an old butter soft leather Enny which I often do a search on. Sometimes, it's worth a search on Ebay to find a good leather handbag for the same price (if not cheaper) than most of the current high street man made offerings (says she who bought a £6 Primark handbag recently). I rather like the tan contrast trim against the black leather - a little something different.

Uniqlo gingham shirt, H&M culottes, Enny Bag, Swedish Hasbeens

So that's my take on denim culottes. I think they're going to slot in with my other pieces really well....

..... better than dungarees anyway.


Last Note :

  • Of course the culottes are not online but they are in store from the Conscious section in H&M. Size up big time.
  • These are almost like a tencel type fabric. Light, super soft and comfy.

Susie So So