Outfits of the week 05/08/22

Welcome to Friday’s post! Today is a very special day as it’s Younger Son’s 30th birthday. Time has passed so quickly and Lovely Husband and I sat looking at photos of our two “boys” over the years wondering how it has gone in the blink of an eye.

The weather is still hot and sunny in this part of the UK with no change in sight, so it has not really been a week for scarf wearing. I did manage to wear Mythiques Phoenix Coloriage by Hermès, tied in a necklace knot, for an hour or so on one day, but soon had to take it off. Here you can see the two sides of the knot. Apologies for the photos. My arms aren’t long enough to get the knot in proper focus!

The full outfit consisted of a navy Lands’ End vest with my Isle Collection linen trousers. I also wore pretty gold and silver feather earrings and a matching necklace.

Here is an image of the full scarf:

Mythiques Phoenix Coloriage by Laurence Bourthoumieux for Hermès
Mythiques Phoenix Coloriage by Laurence Bourthoumieux for Hermès

Earlier in the week my Marks and Spencer navy and white dress coped well with a hot day, but I couldn’t bear to try a scarf and instead chose this Bill Skinner lapis lazuli pendant…

Outfit of the day 02/08/22 with Marks and Spencer dress

This is a larger picture of the Bill Skinner necklace:

Lapis lazuli and gold pendant by Bill Skinner

I must thank everyone who has responded to last Monday’s post, either on here or elsewhere. Over the weekend, I am going to look through your comments again and try to respond next Monday.

Happy Weekend to you all!

Love and best wishes,



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