Last weekend was a rather social one with the MG Car Club State Concourse and Dinner on Saturday and a trip to Hobart for little Harry’s second birthday.
Saturday started with a trip to our Farmers Market for me , a must this time of year for all the Spring vegetables especially asparagus . John was busy judging cars for the Concourse ( which I always think of as a beauty pageant for cars) . I joined him later in the morning , no car photos this time I way too busy socialising for that.
My outfit for the dinner was the Rundholz dark blue skirt that I purchased earlier this season paired with a George Gross mesh top , black leather Obi belt and Sonia Rykiel patent leather sandals.
It was the first time I had worn this vintage necklace that I found recently at Red Fox Antiques.
On Sunday after joining our car club friends for breakfast we headed south to Hobart. My outfit for the day was my Rundholz denim jacket and Maude Dainty frilled pants, a straw boater and a necklace that reminds me of licorice allsorts ( made by Jacqie Brasil ). We packed a picnic lunch , a salad for me and sandwiches for John , and stopped by the river at the historical town of Richmond. It was a beautiful sunny day so after lunch we had a little stroll around.
Richmond is a pretty little town with many beautifully restored buildings. The one above is a private residence with a cottage that you can rent, maybe we will some day.
Little Harry turned two last Thursday , my the time has flown but on the other hand it really seems no time at all since his Dad (my son Zac) was that age . We enjoyed a lovely afternoon with Zac, Sarah and little Harry and Sarah’s parents.
Joining Mica for Weekday Wear, Jess for Turning Heads Tuesday, Gail at This is Mutton for Wow on Wednesday, Jacqui for Chic and Stylish and Nancy for Fancy Friday.