Darlings , oh the weather outside is frightful. Simply soaked to the skin and taking refuge in a tea room. Maybe something stronger would be preferable. Alas one must have ones wits about one.
Have you noticed that certain colours play out time and time again? Happy days and fond memories. Navy blue plays a big part in mine. A favourite party dress/pinafore ( long of course)in the 70s was navy. Sweet yellow buttercups embroidered on the pocket and a yellow blouse worn underneath.
Ones school uniform was also navy( powder blue or white shirt).
The first long trip by train with Granny when I was 6 or 7 it was navy again ( dress and coat) teamed with a hot pink hat with a navy band. Golly!, The things we remember.
Since then it has been a trusted and faithful part of ones wardrobe and worn for many special events.
What are yours ??? Do you always wear a red dress? I think I will be wearing a crisp white shirt until I’m 100
Let’s not be silly, how tiresome it must be to make it a rule. There are plenty of other fabulous shades for every occasion . Getting stuck in a rut is boredom personified. However, we like what we like.
Today to scratch an itch and to develop
a favourite colour combination you my darlings are stuck with it.
Navy and pink.
You would remember her.
Loving the huge geometric rug.
Note no Jack Wills branding. J.W suitable only for teenagers or dorm rooms. This is for grown ups.
Pink roses, pink shoes, pink nails.
Add navy blue and Barbie has left the building.
J’adore the bedroom. Definitely for a very stylish girl.
Pinky and perky cushions add a pop of colour and refresh a sofa. Très chic.
Fabulous darlings, a combination of all that works, blazer, Breton, jeans. If pink is for you this look is a must.
Only Ralph could crank up the volume with a polo shirt. Yes, of course now there IS no other way to wear one.