A bright autumn day demanded the first outing of this bright autumnal dress, bought at my last vintage fair outing in September.
Since I have conquered my Fear of Yellow, orange is a doddle.
Once again, I was with The Girls while The Boy was off doing Boy things with a pal.
Remind you of anyone?
And this is Eldest D's impression of - well, who do you think?
No bloody respect, these kids. I blame the parents.
Eldest D told the lovely lady who owns the cafe we go in regularly that I call the kids "LBs" (Little Buggers, just in case you didn't know!) She winked at me and said, "That must stand for Little Beauties" to which I heartily agreed, with a sigh of relief that she didn't rush off to report me to Childline...
Eldest D is getting better with the camera, but Youngest D will not keep out of shot.
Well, that's solved that problem. Don't mess with Mummy's blog photos, darling!
While in the garden, we had feline company. Spot Charley in the earlier photos.
1960s maxi dress (£13, vintage fair - I'm like Vix, I usually have a £10 limit but with discretion to exceed it occasionally if I fall in love. And I did.) Black shawl (£1.25, charity shop), 1980s sunnies (£4, vintage shop), bracelet (60p, charity shop), necklace (Jennie's giveaway, I've worn it every day since she sent it to me!)
I wish I could send flowers to all you lovely ladies to say thanks for being fabulous and for dropping by, so these are for YOU.
Have a great weekend. xxxxxxx