It feels so good to wear lighter coloured accessories with the change in season. This is a new to me silk scarf I scored off *ebay. It’s a quality silk twill with plump hand rolled hems and the pattern is the perfect blend of a neutral background, green, ochre, red, khaki and blue. I’m getting better with remembering to put on the little trinkets Continue reading →
For over 20 years I strived to be ‘dressed up’ and it seems the opposite is happening from now til whenever! There is again quite masculine elements even my belt is a vintage Gucci man’s. I often mix up steel/silver tones with goldtones, it’s not something I’m hung up with. Continue reading →
To celebrate the sunshine and departure of Winter – finally – I broke out the coral jumper and straight blue jeans worn here with the ‘natural’ colour Evelyne bag and belt by Hermès. Continue reading →
The special rule for me is ‘add one more before leaving the house‘! I didn’t wear the black studded cuff originally. For a long time I didn’t feel comfortable with the stacking-wrist-candy-thing and anyway, didn’t have the right pieces but I’m going there….. Continue reading →
May I introduce my latest vintage love….le sac ‘Princesse’ by Hermès. It was a very, very lucky find that I stumbled upon as these things usually are. There’s no knowing when something like this will appear. I thought I was lucky enough to find this other exotic Hermès bag here but this one I simply could not resist! It’s the classic Rouge H colour which is a burgundy shade, in amazing condition for her age and a good size/capacity.
I just want to say I buy vintage bags to use and not as a piece of art to look at on a shelf. This is why I always consider the size, fortunatey I can use fairly small bags and the minimum for me is about 10″ across and at least 2.5″ deep, any less it’s a clutch which is a style I simply don’t use often at all. I can’t wait to carry it with jeans but first with a dress.. Continue reading →
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