A guide to style and good tailoring

Hi welcome to my own unique perspective on what constitutes style and individualism. The vast majority of the photos are taken using a mobile phone camera and I have no make up on.......

I'm in my late 30's and I'm also a widow which probably explains why I look so god damn hot in black, well that and being an ivory skinned pale red head! It also documents my wardrobe, so many people seem fascinated by my clothes and compliment me for how I look wearing them.

It is one woman's campaign against Jeans, Tracksuits and Ugg Boots!

More importantly it's about altering your view on life and trying to do the right thing even though it isn't always the easiest.

This blog is a story in taking pride in yourself and not letting yourself go, or settling for second best because you know what girls? No one really is better than someone if they don't treat you like a Queen................

Sunday, 30 December 2012

Reflection and refraction

At this time of year people tend to get reflective and look backwards..........Now the problem with this is you tend to fall over the things that are right in front of you when you do this :)

DON'T LOOK BACK. If Cinderella went back to pick up her shoe. She wouldn't have become a princess!

This dress make me think of all the exciting things to look forwards to in the new year, it reminds me of the return of spring when the bulbs started peeping up from beneath the snow.....nature is boundless in it's beauty. The bow just makes think of unwrapping all the surprises next year has in store!

So here's to the future!

To the strangers who are yet to become friends
To exciting new adventures with Marv
The dances my body has yet to tell
To the laughter shared
To getting there on Rollerskates

To all the wonderful experiences of life :)

Dress: Rosanna Pencil Skirt Bettie Page Clothing 
Shoes: Borrowed in honour of the shoe goddess Bernice from the extensive collection of Marvellous Marv

"The most beautiful makeup of a woman is passion. But cosmetics are easier to buy."
— Yves Saint-Laurent

These are the days

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