Sunday, 15 June 2014

A Rescue Mission


After work on Saturday I received
a distress call from my husband, his
old MG had broken down and he
needed help.
He had driven to see his elderly
mother at her nursing home,
a two and a half hour return
trip from home.
So being the kind wife,
I drove to collect him.



The car stayed over night
in the nursing home car park.
Next morning with the new
part in hand we returned,
John installed the part,
(an O ring I am told)
and the car was slowly
and safely driven home.




What to wear on a rescue mission,
Black with a touch
of taupe seemed appropriate
for the day.

I chose wide leg pant
by Nicola Waite.
Topped with taupe wool jacket
from Lisa Ho.



The jacket and pants
were paired with a
Helen Kaminski wool turban,
shoes /boots Anaid Kapori.

I just love these boots,
they are black suede with
a fur trim.

My long black leather
gloves are by Dents and
have kept my hands
warm for many winters.





We stopped at a picnic area
on the way home where
these shots were taken.

A quiet, little spot
at this time of year
compared to summer
where it is filled with
holiday makers.



Enjoying the quiet, a busy
week ahead.
Off to Melbourne this week,
to see our son and catch
up with friends. 

Also to enjoy all that
a big city has to offer.

Joining Patti and all
the other inspiring souls
at Visible Monday.

P.S.  The MG Made it home
without a hitch.




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26 comments

  1. You are indeed a kind and supportive mate, Jill. Thanks for sharing with Visible Monday, I really like your hat and the whole outfit, head to toe.

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    1. Thanks so much Patti, always enjoy Visible Monday. Sometimes you just have to lend a hand, I have earned lots of brownie points, will keep them up my sleeve.

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  2. You look really chic and ready to ride in this fabulous car when it is fixed.

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    1. Thank you so much Pam, the car is now fully fixed and going well.

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  3. Very chic outfit! I love your turban which is so cute on you! ( never go on a mission without a touch of style!! :-)
    Your husband has a fantastic car... I can imagine you at his side driving along green fields!
    p.s.
    I am in love with big cities too...

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  4. Must remember those words of advice Dan.I must admit the turban is a favourite and gets a lot of wear. I am looking forward to my city fix later in the week.

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  5. Ah, you look like you fit right in with that beautiful vintage car! I love the wide leg pants and the turban! :)

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  6. Hi, Jill. Your styling is fabulous!

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    1. Hi, Lisa , thanks for stopping by and for your kind comments.

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  7. I love the turban. It's so elegant. I love how you dressed to assist your hubby. It is so fun to dress up just because.

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    1. You are so right Glenda, it is fun to dress up just because.

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  8. That whole outfit is so chic and stylish and that gorgeous turban is perfect for staying stylish in an open top car. Glad the car is fixed now.

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    1. Thank you so much, the turban is great in the car, keeps my ears warm and the hair in place, style a bonus.

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  9. Darling! You as Super-Heroine! So sorry for the MG issues. Know your huz is like a new mommy with it when it's not feeling well! You look marvelous. So cute in your very practical turban, too. The gloves are the best!

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    1. Jan, you know my husband so well or is it that men with their cars are the same the world over! The MG is now fully recovered and safe and sound.

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  10. Hi Ms James! I'm also a Ms James. Maybe we're related? ;)

    I love your elegance in these photos. The fabrics look so lush and soft.

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  11. What a vision of tremendous sophistication and stylish beauty you are here, dear Jill. I bet you were a very elegant sight for sore eyes for your DH when you showed up looking as glam and chic as can possibly be! (Adore his MG, BTW :))

    ♥ Jessica

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    1. Jessica, thank you for your flattering comments. DH was indeed happy for the rescue mission.

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  12. I love the combination of the turban, sunglasses, shrug and gloves...very glam! Hope you enjoyed your Melbourne trip! Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting. I'm glad I found your blog through it. My son and I are planning a trip to Melbourne in the spring. Debbie @ ilovemylemonadelife.com

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    1. Thank you Debbie for your kind comments. We did enjoy Melbourne, hope your you and your son enjoy your Spring trip, it will hopefully be a little warmer.

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  13. This is very classy and glam, it is a real joy to see your looks.

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    1. Thank you so much Imogen, glad you enjoy my looks.

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  14. What a fabulous look my dear! I see both you and your husband live live with stylish panache!

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