I am more than a little embarrassed to share this (but hey, that is what a blog is for!), but last weekend I donned the same dress for both days.
Le shock! Le horror!
(Are you okay now? Do you need to sit down or have a stiff drink or something?)
I'm sure I'm not the first to do it, am I?
On Saturday I took this gorgeous op shopped Leona Edmiston dress out with some black and white to keep her company. A combination I never would have dared a few years ago because back then I despised blue and thought that it was illegal to ever combine black and blue together.
And then I felt so comfy, and was enjoying the beautiful vibrant shade of cobalt so, and the amazing stretch fabric felt so lovely on, that I thought, "Sod it, I shall be a slovenly, but stylish wretch" and wore it again!
I just love this colour pairing, but then every colour goes with a good dose of black and white.
My wee bee brooch matches like a dream!
And here we go for my Sunday spin on the dress!
I assure you I did not pong. And my dress had nary a wrinkle on her.
How I adore these jewel like colours together!
Bugger the "blue and green should never be seen without a colour in between" rule!
Why would people have ever thought that these shades would not be friends? Just look at them together! Snuggling contentedly, and being so sociable. I practically had to tear them apart at the end of the day, they were getting along so well.
Yeah, that is a smug look that says " I'm wearing the same dress. What are you going to make of it?"
I'm not entirely sure what this look says? Are my seams straight? Have I soiled myself? Hmmmm.
The kids get so tired of me prancing about in front of the camera and so often are making silly faces to make me laugh so I turned the camera on them. They both love a chance to look adorable.
To add to our domestic woes at the moment (the poor hubby is still a decorative feature on our lounge floor!), the little Miss has tonsillitis and is full of the grumps and the coughs. Poor little mite!
Must fly as I am required to be a Florence Nightingale/Mother Theresa type and tend to my sick and disabled. Ta ta!