Which is fine with me, I think lace is lovely any year. Sorry, season, I am forgetting my fashion-speak...
So I have two lacy numbers to show how on-trend I am. Like I give a toss, ha!
Couldn't help myself, I had to match the tights and the flower.
I know, it's lame but I can't help it.
1950s Norman Young black lace cocktail dress (charity shop, £5.99), shoes (ancient), tights (gift), rings, bangle, pendant (charity shopped)
Then just when you think you've had enough, here comes another lacy number.
Mmmm, this one is in warm shades of caramel and chocolate.
Hmm, just pausing to consider my belly, which needs to be covered. Shall I have another baby? No thanks.
Oh good grief, here I go with the leg again. I think I am pondering the wisdom of pulling silly faces on the internet. Oooh, go on then, no one's looking...
1960s brown/nude lace homemade dress (charity shop, £3.99), tights (charity shop, £1), shoes (sale 10 years ago), pendant (car boot)
Who's coming out for cocktails with me then? OK, I'll buy you a pint if you'd rather.
I am most excited to be off to London on Saturday with my dear friend Patsy, who is paying for my half of the hotel bill as my belated birthday present. Hoping to do a bit of culture, a lot of eating and drinking, maybe some vintage shopping, we shall see. Definitely lots of talking and laughing, that much is guaranteed!
Have a wonderful weekend, you lovelies!