Hello everyone. Hope you've all had a good week. Beginning of London fashion week today, will someone tell me why I can't go! Disappointed doesn't even begin to describe it. Maybe next year though. My dream is to one day get to meet Vivienne westwood or Stella McCartney.
But I thought I'd post some photos to cheer me up.
They were taken on the same as day as the others in the corn field with the blue Jaeger blazer. (although I've now been corrected and told that they're barley, but lets still say corn as it sounds more interesting!)
So I don't need another long story about the shoot, because that part has already been explained!
This gold cardigan was found in a charity shop, still with the original label! I love the fact that it's this really grown up refined cardigan, but so sparkly and gold too. I made the skirt in spring, but it took me until the summer to hem it! It's actually made out of some old curtain material that was my great-grannys. I think the colour is just beautiful.
The lace top underneath is from h&m, and the brown leather belt is a vintage one that my mum got from a charity/thrift shop when she was a student. The white shoes were another charity shop buy (I like to pretend I'm Twiggy, or Jean Shrimpton when I'm wearing them because they have such a nostalgic sixties feel.) The gold watch was my grandmothers, it has stopped but I still wear it as a bracelet. Kind of awkward if people ask you the time though!
The necklaces are from various family members and the black bag was yet another charity shop find. (Maybe I should rename this post- Roz's thrifted collection!)
And the amazingly crazy leopard print gloves were a gift from my paternal grandma. Thanks Babi!
I'm off now to take pictures the rugged welsh countryside and do lots of drawing. My idea of a perfect weekend!