evoking Autumn (or Fall depending where you hail from) but who cares I am rather fond of this colour
and wear it regardless of season.
I was away for a few days and came home to my magnolia tree in full bloom . I planted this tree more than
twenty five years ago and every year it rewards me with its magnificent blooms that perfume the whole garden. Spring beauty is often short lived but so wonderful in all its exhuberance.
Raffy just had to make a guest appearance, anyway I have always thought orange and white make a
Wearing a vintage 1950's hat , that I purchased at an antique store in the small town of Daylesford. The hat
is made from wool felt and feathers in the most gorgeous red brown with touches of red, black, blue , white
and green. I must admit it was love at first sight and new it just had to come home with me.
I love how the change of seasons sparks a renewal of thought and actions , for me along with some other
ideas I have decided to inject some colour into my normal monochrome wardrobe. We will see how things evolve as time rolls on.
Today I am wearing a coat from Ark( seen on several different occasions) , black pants, a silk wrap ( from Paris , a kind gift from a friend ) , orange and mustard bangles and my new hat.
Joining Catherine at Not Dressed as Lamb for I will wear what I like , this weeks theme is colour
and Jess for Turning Heads Tuesday.