Today Odette took a trip outside for the daily photo. This is one of the dresses I picked up last week in Brighton, I can’t wait to wear it myself xx
I attempted to make this Lamb, Fennel and Pomegranate salad (http://www.williams-sonoma.com/recipe/warm-lamb-and-farro-salad-with-fennel-and-pomegranate.html) a couple of days ago. As usual however my failure to remember all the ingredients coupled with an extreme lack of reverence for recipes left me with a slightly different outcome. Enough for 3 or 4.
This is how Nigel of Buzby and Blue (http://www.buzbyandblue.com/ my hairdresser of many, many years) described the hoped-for outcome of today’s hair experiment. I’m pretty sure it could describe me an awful lot of the time actually. Either way, I am rocking the nautical theme once again, in a playsuit nonetheless, and loving my new hairdo xx
Belt: French Conenction
Shoes: London Rebel
Now that’s what I call a hat! (Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/candagarslani/5627186885/sizes/o/in/set-72157626554907248/)
I have just spent a lovely weekend in and around Brighton with my wonderful friend Charlotte, who also kindly took all the photos for me – what a babe! We chilled out in the sunshine and caught up on almost a year’s worth of news. It was marvellous – and here’s what I was wearing xx
Nautical-inspired clothing is one of the few perennial trends that I actually but into. Something about the restricted colour palette, the ease of mixing and matching and the slight element of kitsch really appeals to me. This outfit brings back some great memories as well – I wore it for the first time on my very last day at school. I like clothes with a bit of history to them, do you have any outfits that particularly remind you of something? xx