Well, I am in bed writing this post, feeling rather chuffed. I have been out! Hooray!
First of all, Lovely Husband took me to the Library to choose a huge pile of books and pick up a reservation, then we went to B & Q to get some new brooms and a bucket, and finally we drove to one of the local garden centres for a cup of tea! Yes, I know you are all having exotic holidays all over the place (and I am insanely jealous), but this feels like the trip of the year for me! You can tell by the exuberant use of exclamation marks.
This is an outfit that I planned to wear last week, but couldn’t. It has been sunny and warm today, after the near monsoon conditions of the weekend (only slightly exaggerating). Apparently it is going to rain quite a lot during the rest of the week. Anyway, this outfit combines some of my absolute favourite colours: turquoise, navy and white. I don’t have a good image of the long cardigan, but, believe me, the colour is gorgeous and tones beautifully with the earrings, necklace and bangle. To finish the outfit, I carried my lovely navy blue metallic leather midi-zip Selene handbag by Massaccesi.
- White cotton short sleeved t-shirt – Sainsbury’s Tu.
- Soft teal viscose long cardigan – Kettlewell Colours.
- Navy linen mix trousers – Isle Collection.
- Navy leather sandals – Suave.
- Turquoise, white and gold tone tassel necklace – eBay.
- Turquoise enamel and rose gold Giraffe bangle – Halcyon Days.
- Blue topaz and gold stud earrings.
Elder Son is away this week, so Lovely Husband and I are enjoying the peace and quiet. Actually, I am really missing him because he is such a great help to me (when in the right mood) and a champion hugger! LH is getting a bit overwhelmed by extra hugs 😀🤗😁.
I am currently trying to research and build a Scarf of the Moment post about the Hermès’ Musique des Dieux scarf that I bought a while ago. It is proving quite difficult to find very much about it because it was issued in 1996. Anyway, I hope to have the post ready for upload later in the week. I really enjoy compiling these types of post and I can see from the site statistics they are popular with visitors!