Hello everyone As promised I’m featuring a wonderful yellow coat I bought in a charity shop in Poole (Dorset, UK) which cost all of £5, I mean, when you see it, you’ll be amazed at the quality and, therefore, the price. But first of all, thank you for all the
Actually, this is not a good post to put up now, as apparently it’s going to get warmer in the UK this coming week! And I’ve only gone and put away my summer clothes, including all my linen dresses – it can’t be that hot, surely! Anyway, here are two
Hello everyone I thought I’d give you some snippets about this and that and items that have interested me these past few days. My eye is nearly back to normal. Here I am once again in the gym getting ready for Pilates. Yup, I’ve got a hole in my tights!
Winter used to be my favourite season, but not so much now, however, I do like cold weather clothes. And as the UK it’s getting just a bit cooler, I’ve begun to get out my winter clothes. I love wearing winter woollies! But before you say I couldn’t wear wool
Hi there Yes, it’s that time of year again! And by that I mean, it’s time to wear those jackets. I love jackets but there’ve been years when the window of opportunity to wear them is very short and, before you know it, the autumn/fall weather is over and the
I don’t know about you, but the weather here hasn’t been typical of a British autumn. It’s been warm and benign with few frosts, and not a lot of rain either. Usually, I miss that ‘window’ of jacket-wearing weather as it’s gone straight from hot to cold. But not
We’re having a great summer here in the UK with lots of sun and blue sky so I’m wearing frocks a lot, which is unusual for me as skirts are my first love. But autumn clothes are being featured in the fashion magazines and sales have started in our stores.
Before I start I just want to say, a very big hello to all the lovely people who followed me after my last post went slightly viral (thank you, Look Fabulous Forever!) You are most welcome, all of you. Thank you so much for following! Anyway, here in the UK
I’m always saying we should dress as we please. Because I believe that as we age we should wear what we want, and not what some young fashionista puts in an article as the thing to wear, or what the current fashion mags are saying is on trend for the
Perhaps some may think I do nothing other than shop for clothes. Actually no, I’ve a busy life doing lots of other things, but if I find myself in one of the small towns that are so typical in Britain, I do look in charity shops and often I find