I’m having the best time indulging in my favourite Summer whites! This top isfrom Gap. It’s nicely sheer – not see through (which I don’t need) – it has a subtle pleat at each side of the neck giving it a controlled fullnes. It’s a very useful addition to the set of viscose tees I rotate regularly. Continue reading
We went bowling in the mall with the kids and their friends. Luckily I was able to recycle the chinos that I wore as my travel outfit. I went bowling only once before and this time I won! Continue reading
Just added shots of the last time I wore it on holiday above and below when I had exactly 5 minutes to get ready to grab a quick dinner out. Minimal wrist adornments of purple Hapi bracelet and a silver cuff both by Hermès, Cartier watch and jade bangle. I almost never wear my hair up but sometimes the heat and humidity force me to. I simply gather it up into a messy bun secured with a small claw clasp. Continue reading
I’m finding it so very hard to shake off the heaviness of Winter when all I want to do is skip for Spring. To cheer myself up I took out some favourite blue pieces: the graphic pencil skirt by H&M also here, Gap rayon tee, vintage necklace, Hermès vintage crocodile cuff and Kelly 28cm in black box. Continue reading
Wearing 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.
ETA: Oh my giddy Aunt, I forgot about the blog paaardy over at Maison Bentley Style! Ooops sorry, I knew there was a reason I posted this yesterday in preparation for a 9am start this morning but plans turned into going swimming at 9am with the kids etc..etc…Anyway, here I am doing something I would never knowingly sign up for, not even for a dare, nor a bet, no way in fact but I managed – for me – an extreme sport, rock climbing without harness, rope or crampons. I wore only a black pair of Zara trousers, a flimsy H&M viscose tee, Clarks metallic leather flats and a silk Oasis scarf too small to fashion into a sling should any bone breakages occured. Thank you Guardian Angel for our safe return to terra firma! And Thank You to Kate for hosting!
The red hills we saw from afar were now left behind.To be replaced with a river, rocks and boulders. We stopped for lunch, it was really nice to walk across the little wooden bridge and sit at the tables on the other bank shaded by the trees. We’ll save sitting right in the middle of the river bed for next time… Continue reading