Floral Abundance

 Florals were in abundance this week , not just the pretty little climbing rose named Cherub that covers a rose arch at my front gate but also on my cotton jacket. I have had this Asian inspired jacket for a while and it has made a previous appearance on the blog. I bought it at a local recycled shop and…
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Home Again

 We arrived home about a week ago and have been busy catching up with friends and family. I also have been rather busy in my garden , not only have the roses grown furiously while we were away but so have the weeds.  On the hair front I am rather liking the silvery grey that is coming through, this is…
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New For Summer

  I have been a very naughty girl this past week, not only purchasing this new Moyuru check skirt but also this wonderful poets blouse and vest. The Moyuru skirt is the one I mentioned last week that I found in Hobart, that I fell for instantly. Much the same can be said for the M.Dainty blouse and vest. I…
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Neutrals In The Botanical Gardens

The Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens are the second oldest in Australia , established in 1818, and to celebrate their bi-centenary they are awash with Spring colour. So as to not upstage Mother Nature I dressed in neutrals ( not really they just appealed that morning).  Tulips have long been a Spring favourite of mine for their vibrant colours. I have…
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Going Japanese – Sort Of

Going Japanese- sort of- in this haori jacket and my old favourite Moyuru skort. A haori is a kimono jacket traditionally worn over over the kimono and obi sash. I have long admired kimonos on others but was never really sure how they would work for me , that is until I spied this one at a local recycle store…
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