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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Spring Blossoms In The Pink

The beauty of Spring Blossoms in all their pink glory is always a sight to behold. These pink beauties are the star of the show in the garden of my sister Lyn. We both inherited our love of creating gardens from our late mother. Berry tones and grey were my colour choice for today’s outfit. Starting with the grey silk…
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Where Does The Time Go?

 Do you ever find yourself asking the question – where did that time go? . I know I certainly do and even more so as the years flash by. Tomorrow , September 11th., is my 42nd wedding anniversary and I have really no idea where those years have gone.  It really does seem like yesterday that John and I were…
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