Cards on the table, I have spent this evening at a party. I was set to write a post about parties and social etiquette but that required more thought than I can give at this advanced hour in a state of mild wine consumption....Read More
You should not design your own clothes unless you are a fashion designer or Victoria Beckham, if then. I am reminded of this through my current international travel foray (is that a tautology? Perhaps I should just say “my...Read More
Hello, lovely readers of my mum’s blog. From the few times I have written as a guest on this blog, you may rightly deduce that I think it is wrong to judge a person on how they look without first judging them on what they do. I...Read More
Grappling for inspiration for tonight’s post, what should appear on Twitter in a puff of internet magic but the following post from my friends at Upper Street? We did the interview ages ago but I had no idea it was...Read More
A Guest Post from Miss DD, inspired by a visit from Upper Street Shoes.
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Bought for the wedding celebration party we hosted last year, I do adore this sleeveless Anglomania dress in black stretchy lace with a grey jersey lining. It has an evening feel and is quite dressy without looking like a...Read More
Dear oh dear. This jumper is so wrong on so many levels. Yes, it’s supposed to be a Sloppy Joe, big and chunky, a comfort in the winter. And yes, I DID knit a tension square first. I knitted this because I adore the Paloma yarn....Read More
I Must Share This Bought This Sari For Princess
I must share this: Bought this sari for Princess MsDD for a high society occasion later in the year. We originally bought a gold blouse but Sister Suvarna and Smita, another one of the fabulous nurses, didn't think much of it. So last night Smita made this instead, taking the… [more]
Spotted this Trabant, which must have been fairly new at the fall of the Berlin Wall, on the forecourt of Douglas Compton
Spotted this Trabant, which must have been fairly new at the fall of the Berlin Wall, on the forecourt of Douglas Compton.
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