Best American VOGUE cover EVER! At least, I think it is.
It is true that I have been a little distracted this month from my blogging, (ok, a lot distracted). The truth is that I have quite a few irons in the fire at present and unfortunately blogging was the one that got shoved to the side of the pile and seriously, I have no regrets. Sometimes there are bigger things in life than blogging.
I am moving house this week and while my computer is moments away from being shut-down, (hence this week’s short and rapid blog) I realised how easy it is for me to switch off all things cyber-world. I haven’t even being doing any Twittering (not even on my mobile!) which is a bazaar occurrence in itself, but in the words of Carrie Bradshaw: “Isn’t delayed gratification the definition of maturity?” …hmmm…
As I am knee-deep in butcher’s paper and cardboard boxes, I shall simply leave you with a few of my favourite winter images I have savoured over the past few months and hopefully next week I shall be back on board, guns blazing, etc, etc, etc!
I have loads more cool winter looks to share, but I’m going to save those for another time. Ciao for now!
It just wouldn’t be fitting if I didn’t write a little post about last Friday’s Royal Wedding. Apart from the beautiful and elegant Bride and the debonair and dashing Prince, the other most notable aspect of this particular Royal Wedding was for me, the multitude of millinery! In the words of arguably England’s greatest milliner Philip Treacy:
As hats are a tradition at English weddings, well you can just imagine the dilemma of choosing the perfect hat for a royal wedding – it can’t be easy, and I think that on this occasion it would be safe to say that substance and size won over style and tradition.