Getting dressed is a tricky business at the moment.
Freezing cold one day, warm and sunny the next.
What's a girl to do?
Wear old favourites in shades of blue with splashes of green, obviously.
1970s dress - vintage shop
Cardigan, tights, shoes, necklace and bangles - charity shopped
This dress is one of my old faithfuls.
It needed some fixing up when I bought it, it's been a little battered by life.
It's not flashy, it doesn't shout Look at meeee!
But I love it. It's a survivor.
Aren't we all?
My garden is full of bluebells and forget-me-nots amid lush greenery, such a beautiful combination.
The first butterfly of the year - an orange-tip.
This skirt is also firmly in the favourite camp.
It received a lot of attention today from Joseph the Bric-a-brac Man on Chesterfield market.
I might have used his enthusiatic admiration for bargaining purposes, but since I was buying from his 3-items-for-a-quid boxes, there was no need to haggle!
The 1960s Alfred Clough coffee and tea pots and the Meakin jug were my 3-for-£1 buys.
1930s Homeleigh ware egg cup set (one sadly missing) - £1
1970s floral sheet (behind) - £1
1970s hat - £2
Late Summer - print by Clemens Freitag - £3
1980s skirt, shoes and sunglasses - Ebay
Top, cardigan, tights and bangles - charity shopped
Scarf - flea market
Brooch - gift from road tripper Sarah
So what's been inspiring your colour choices lately?