Hello friends . I hope this finds everyone safe and well . All is well here in our little bubble in Tasmania and life continues mostly as normal. This is one time in my life that I appreciate living on a small island at the bottom of the world. I do feel for my fellow bloggers around the world in these difficult times and am often unsure if posting my out and about daily life, knowing this isn’t possible for many, is the right thing to do. Please let me know your feelings on this.
Today’s photos were taken at the Trevallyn Reserve , a popular spot for walking and biking. We had just taken Raffy to the dog groomer for his mid Summer hair cut at the dog groomer in a nearby area.
I do enjoy walking here but I have a fear of snakes ( a long story ) so not so much in Summer.
My outfit for today is a matching pants and jacket by Manuelle Guibal in a dark navy with an olive green stripe , a brown recycle belt, an orange necklace , Preen sunnies, vintage hat and Paco Herrero shoes.
Earlier in the day I had re-visited recycle store , Return to Splendour , that had re-opened again. It was my lucky day as recently a lady had parted with three wonderful vintage Summer hats. This one was made from the finest , woven flax and finished with a silk bow. I fell for its interesting crown .
I may also have come home with a little black jacket from New Zealand designer Paula Ryan , a black leather and gold belt , a black wool hat with flower trim (not showing well here) and the other two vintage Summer hats. The collection of bangles were picked up at a charity shop nearby for next to nothing.
Oops , forgot to resize this . Raffy is one happy dog after his haircut . The weather of course has been much cooler this week.
The garden continues to delight with its colour. I picked the last few lilies to save them from being destroyed by the high winds we have had of late.
Joining Mica for Weekday Wear, Jess for Turning Heads Tuesday, Gail for Wow on Wednesday, Jacqui for Chic and Stylish and Nancy for Fancy Friday.