Black, black... Must have been feeling a bit moody.
I like the 1970s vibe of this dress. It isn't vintage, but it only cost a quid in St. Luke's charity shop sale, so that was good enough for me.
The Chinese silk waistcoat was another £1 purchase (from Ebay). I don't think this is old either, despite being sold as vintage, but I love it.
Now before you wonder why I'm all doomy, gloomy and dark - I'm really not! I was delighted to receive a lovely package of Easter treats from my friend Fiona. Handmade cards (in a handmade box) for me...
.... and mini eggs in handmade packaging for the LBs. So adorable!
Fiona features her beautiful handmade cards and her photography on her blog, and I am trying to persuade her to photograph herself more often as she is so gorgeous. Do check out her blog, it's lovely.
So with all this colour and brightness about, I should really join in.
Inspired by how fabulous Helga looks in pink (or any other colour, come to that), I thought I'd give it a go. I don't wear much pink...
Funny but I don't really like this outfit. Not sure what's wrong but I think it's the top.
It's a gorgeous 1950s knit in icy white, look at the gorgeous silver embroidery round the neckline....
... and such a beautiful label. I should love it. But it's not right on me. The neckline is too high and the colour too pale. I wore the same outfit later in the day when we all went out for tea, but with a black scoop neck top, and felt much better. I have no photos to prove it, you'll have to take my word for it.
So Back to Black it is!
Anyone else thinking Whistler's Mother? Haha!
Hope you have all enjoyed a lovely Easter break.