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Khaki and Brique

KHAKIBRIQUEJune already – halfway through the year – can’t believe it! I guess most of that was taken up with preparing, moving and unpacking for me – see the growing hill of green? Well another great thing about khaki is that I love wearing it with rusty, reddish brown accessories. Of all the reds out there, I think this is the most versatile for me – softer than orange or true reds. Continue reading

Spring: Grey Flannel, Cable and Brogues

Happy Good Friday and Easter to All!GREYFLANNELWHITE3Chilly Spring means I get to wear the grey flannels for longer, this time with the Gap Girl’s cable jumper, Rag & Bone brogues, vintage Céline necklace, vintage Gucci belt and Hermès Kelly in black box leather. Continue reading

Spring: Rouge H

ROUGEHSPRING2 This is a favourite silhouette – a much loved skirt and so versatile – really love wearing it with the cable jumper. I only managed to get the right lower waist/upper hip length by buying from the kids’ department (Gap).ROUGEHSPRING3I do feel the cold so this is just right without a coat – just slip on the shoes, pick up the bag and go! Continue reading

Flight of Fancy and Brogues

FLIGHTBROGUES2Mixing and matching like a maniac! I didn’t think to use the brogues with my classic skirts last year, kept them for trousers and jeans. Usually I go straight into leather flats or slipper mode but it feels very comfortable and more robust to wear the brogues like this. We continue to have awful internet issues and so apologies for not responding to comments and visiting your blogs – I really miss catching up and will do so as soon as possible. Continue reading

Grey Cable and Yellow Silk

GREYSWearing a vintage Max Mara wool pleated skirt that’s among my favourites, also here and here, with a Gap Kids cotton cable jumper that happens to be the right length on me. It’s a little bit of a weird colour they call ‘Smoke’ but it’s not as dark as charcoal and has a subtle green undertone. It’s warm enough on its own when the weather improves but as it is, I need the thermal vests still underneath.

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