Monthly Archives: June 2012
No I’m not wearing my undies on the outside and I’m not in all Lycra but I do have my disguise back for my presentation in 2 halves.
Watermelon cardi to keep my warm and layers of Cotton On T and Bonds singlet with the skirt my mum made for my sister in 1987. The hat will trick my students into thinking I have a twin …
Can you tell it’s me?
Was too cold to take my jumper off for a pic sorry! I have a black Gap wrap dress on underneath and I had to explain to my gorgeous photographer that the hole in the side is deliberate for wrapping purposes.
Note to self: in first round of throwing out clothes at end of 2012 start with things with holes in them if people are starting to think it’s normal that my clothes have holes!
Maybe mini carpet bowls could do the trick?
Is it just me or does this dress look a little bit like a blanket?
Another super purchase from the massive shopping day I had the first time I set foot in Agnes B in Hong Kong… Actually it might have been in the window and what lured me in in the first place!
Terrific Tuesday Team’s theme for Radio Lollipop is Jungle this week so I spent some time in my garden getting ideas before heading off to work where the jungle theme could float around in my head for a bit … Turned out to be way to busy for thinking space but it was a good theory!
Laura Ashley wooly pants get a real work out as the temperature drops and I’m working in the no central heating building!
Got lots to do today so easy to move and super warm was the key so Agnes B raspberry jumper with little bows will help and I didn’t get a chance to show you a close up pic last time so here are the little bows:
And just to be super warm and try and get healthy before my students arrive next week I thought spotty tights might give me the power to be super productive in case 1000s of mgs of Vitamin C don’t do the trick! This is the power of fashion I’m talking about here
Chilling and yet staying warm is the goal this weekend … Is that possible? Stretchy skinny jeans, Bonds singlet and my first pashmina scarf should do the trick. It was a gift from my mum and dad for Christmas in London one year. I have had 12 Christmases without my daddy so it’s older than that and worn with love.
My earrings today were bought in Scotland with my present money from dad’s dad – my Glasgow grandad – they are my little piece of Scotland in a Charles Rennie Mackintosh design. All this love is keeping me warm.