Outdoor adventuring with Lighthouse clothingMonday, March 14, 2016
We're at that point in time, in early March where weather is in flux between the seasons. Spells of warmth and sunny afternoons but then frosty mornings and the odd flurry of sleet. I've no idea what could happen next, best keep checking the forecast to be on the safe side. Last week we had a heck of a lot of rain followed by a couple of balmy days of sunshine. My new jacket from Lighthouse clothing arrived midweek and I was keen to take it out for some exploring; the weekend was a perfect opportunity to go adventuring; to get out and about in the countryside and see what we could see.
Unfortunately, Saturday dawned a rather dreary grey but my enthusiasm was not to be tarnished. We decided to head down to the river for a stroll to potentially spot the ever-so-elusive kingfisher, believing that today would be the day.
The grey, misty, dank day was less inspiring than usual, it has to be said.
Lighthouse clothing is a shade called 'watermelon' and let me tell you, it was the most colourful thing for miles around! So pretty. It's a delightfully feminine colour without screamingly so. A coral of sorts. I adore it.
My jacket is Fayda and also comes in midnight sky and seagrass (a practical dark blue and a sweet bright pea green), it has a lovely striped lining which makes it feel really nice to wear and a practical hood to keep the rain off my head.
I took a close up to show you the pretty lining, branding and sleeves, rolled up.
I'll be ready.
Thank you to Lighthouse for sending me this fabulous jacket to feature. All content and opinions my own.