Non rainwear related post about all things other than rainwear.
I love the look of leather skirts so I brought a couple of them, 1 is a black faux leather skirt 38 inch long and the other one is a red faux leather skirt, i love to wear them and especially wear them out when it's raining and windy and hearing them blowing about in the wind, unfortunately I only seem to be able to do this at night as I haven't got the confidence to wear a skirt out during the day.
Well today it was raining and this afternoon was going to be a bit wet, so I did it i put on my red faux leather skirt and my red pu raincoat and off i went out into the rain in daylight, it felt nice with the skirt hanging around my legs and blowing about as i walked along, can't wait for the next opportunity.
One of the benefits of having a wife who follows "Coronation Street" is the fact that, at the moment, four different, but all very attractive, actresses can be seen in leather skirts, three of them being of the long, pencil slim variety.
One of the joys of autumn after a long hot summer, the re-emergence of shiny rainwear taken for granted, is that stylish black leather skirts are back on TV. Last week it was Naga Munchetty on BBC Breakfast and this morning Victoria Derbyshire. Still have Joanna Gosling to look forward to, hopefully teamed with one of her super smooth shirt-style blouses.
All getting a bit too much now. Tina O'Brien in Coronation Street and Susan Powell doing BBC weather yesterday and Victoria Derbyshire again this morning not to mention the lady editor in "Press". Carry on at this rate and another trip to the optician may be called for soon.