It’s Mothering Sunday in the UK today and I had no better treat than my children participating in their end of term music concert. I took the chance to wear the studded pointy toe flats. This time the dress theme was purple, usually it’s orchestra black and white. The calibre of performance is incredible and achingly moving. Since I do not possess one note of musical talent I’m doubly proud of my own children’s achievements and feel completely overwhelmed by the brilliance of all the performers as well as the dedication of the teachers. Surely one of the most precious things in the world is the privilege of hearing children and young adults play their instruments and sing to you. It never ceases to amaze me. My favourites are the piano, strings and voice.I wasn’t the only one wearing studded shoes….. H&M Girl’s blouse and shoes, Monsoon skirt and cardigan is vintage Kookai – yes, it was mine back in the early 90’s and has lasted well enough to pass on to my darling Tween. I have it in a grey version too – some habits never change.The Boy refused to tuck his shirt in….I failed to get a decent shot of Sweetie but she’s directly behind him. Shirt and trousers are school uniform items and the waistcoat was part of his outfit worn for a wedding 2 years ago. The tie is a dark purple. He badly needs a haircut so I suppose he’s channeling the dishevelled musician look 🙂The whole outfit: Jaeger patterned silk shirt, H&M angora cardigan, Zara trousers and Giacomorelli studded flats. I wore some dangly earrings and felt comfortable with just the right amount of dressy. I hope you get a lovely treat today!
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