Hello everyone , hope all is well in your part of the world.
Winter has been much milder this year with very few frosts and my garden is showing signs of an earlier than normal Spring.
This made me have a browse in my wardrobe at what hasn’t been worn so far this Winter. Not surprisingly there were quite a number of favourites that haven’t had an outing so far (chemo and a need for comfort took precedence) but I am determined to enjoy them before we travel in mid September.
Starting with my much worn and loved black Moyuru skirt , I added a tulle apron from Australian designer Dogstar based in Brisbane and a black and gold jacket from Maude Dainty (not sure if the fabric is brocade or a flocked velvet) . I will admit to buying the jacket last year and not wearing it once , not sure why , maybe I was waiting for the right boots .
I am having fun styling my short hair , sometimes it works well , other days not so much. I am now looking forward to saying goodbye to the last of the colour .
Regular blog readers will notice that I am not wearing sunglasses for today’s post , a rare occurence. Truth be told not only are my eyes more sensitive to light these days but as I have very hooded eyes ( a family trait) my eyes often look closed in photos . Sunglasses also are a favourite accessory and I have quite a collection.
Now back to the gold boots , a naughty post chemo purchase (I needed a treat) from the House of Shoes here in Launceston. They are Beaucoops , designed by a New Zealand , London based designer and made in Italy .
The first daffodils are making an appearance including these little Tete e Tete miniatures .
The camellias are also starting to bloom adding much needed colour in the garden .
Joining Gail at Is This Mutton for Wow on Wednesday.