The LibrainFormer professional school librarian, now retired through chronic illness. Trying to keep cheerful by reading, drinking lots of tea, blogging my new life, and my love of bling!
Tag Archives: Daimyo Princes du Soleil Levant
Last week, The Purse Forum had a Scarf of the Day theme (11 Nov 2018 IMPULSE BUYS: Rave or Regret? (Show us a scarf you’ve never worn!)), that got me thinking. When I first started purchasing more expensive designer scarves, … Continue reading
One of the beauties of having a colour scheme for your wardrobe is that you begin to develop a range of clothes and accessories that go nicely together. After nearly two years of working towards more organisation in my purchases … Continue reading
Last night, just after I had fallen asleep, I had one of the worst coughing attacks so far in my decade of chronic cough. (If this is TMI stop reading here) I woke up with a horrible dry constricting feeling … Continue reading
When it is this time of year, with crisp mornings and dark evenings, I feel like snuggling in thick wool jumpers and warm joggers. I also have a nice velvety top and bottoms in navy that I bought from Cotton … Continue reading
Illness has hit hard today, so I have been unable to go out – hence no proper Outfit of the Day post. We did go out yesterday, though, visiting the library and also the supermarket cafe where Elder Son works. … Continue reading
I think Daimyo Princes du Soleil Levant, designed by Françoise Façonnet in 1990, was my first purchase of a vintage Hermès scarf. I saw it on the Videdressing site (link in the sidebar) and took a risk, hoping that it … Continue reading