A blue ruffle blouse anchors a sunny look.
I wore this feminine combo 10 days ago when a summer day soared into the winter doldrums like a comet.
Pale chiffon tiers compliment the sky blue ruffle blouse,
as it mirrors the hue of the horizon.
Imagine a mesh snake wrapping my waist by Whiting and Davis, and you can see my signature anti-formulaic look. Blue ruffled boots, last seen here, are a rich shade of complimentary cobalt blue.
Happiness abounds on this warm day. My smile is bright, but quizzical. Is this weather for real? As wonderful as it feels, this does not bode well for the planet!
My blue ruffle blouse is the only new thing that I am wearing.
Purchased locally, I enjoy wearing this soft shade.
Pictured below is a shot of the blouse and mesh snake belt. Jeweled eyes make this whimsical belt a fun accessory.
Wicker and leather bags are a lifetime favorite of mine. This one is vintage by Ralph Lauren. Keeping this bag strap company are two bracelets that I was thrilled to find in my tiny size!
A light breeze grazed my shoulders and my hair stayed obediently in soft ringlets. When a day feels like magic I stay with that delightful sense as earnestly as possible.
CELEBRATING THIS PERFECT DAY, I WENT FOR A WALK . I PASSED BY GOYARD AND ALWAYS THRILL TO SEE THIS CHIC RAINBOW STACK OF TRUNKS JUST URGING ME TO TRAVEL SOMEWHERE EXOTIC, AND BACK IN TIME AS WELL!
Off to Versace for an edgier look for accessories. Can you imagine which look I prefer?
Tell me what you remember when you had an unexpectedly warm day? Are you a fan of the blue ruffle blouse or are you more of a crisp white short girl? My preference is equal for both ! Enjoy the week and the inevitable ups and downs. As I write, this I am readying my house, and refrigerator, for another winter storm !
Blue ruffle blouse bought locally is sold out, similar here. Tiered silk chiffon skirt was thrifted, similar here . Whiting and Davis snake belt was purchased and at consignment, and a similar one is here . The best place to shop for Edwardian style jewelry is 1stdibs.com , but they are expensive. Also try Ebay and Etsy, great places to shop small!