I went out with Younger Son to the local cinema today to see Death of Stalin. This is the first time in months that I have managed to do this, so I am feeling very pleased. The film was “interesting” in that it took quite a while for me to get used to the quirky black humour. It helped that I knew something of the history and YS struggled a bit with this, so our joint consensus was “odd, but worth seeing”.
There are still quite a few black clothes in my wardrobe, although I won’t buy any more as I feel that black doesn’t really suit me now. I have to put, at the very least, some lippie on or I look one step from the grave. Why do the moths insist on munching my favourite coloured items, but avoid the black? Today, I decided to wear some black cashmere and wool with this old scarf in a long rectangular shape. The design is of some ancient architecture in white on black chiffon.
- Black cashmere v-neck jumper – Marks and Spencer. Image is of a similar item.
- Black cashmere and merino v-neck cardigan -WoolOvers. Image is of a similar item.
- Indigo jeans – Klass.
- Cream enamel, gold and crystal Agama earrings -Halcyon Days. Birthday present from Elder Son.
- Cream enamel and gold Byzantine bangle -Halcyon Days.
- Viscose rectangular scarf in black and white with architectural pattern. Tied in a half bow knot.
I do have a soft spot for Jason Isaacs and he seemed to be relishing the part of General Zhukov in the film – love the cute scar and the Yorkshire accent!