I’m at that stage of a house project where doing the pretty bits actually seems within grasp again, and I’m devouring Rita Konig’s articles on her website (find the section “Rita Says”)
Unlike a certain modern Mrs Miniver, there is a lack of smugness in these pieces that allows you enjoy them greatly and wonder just how you’d make that tiny box room interesting, where you could get some over-the-bed mirrors from
and whether you’d have the balls to do that level of colour combination / bold wallpaper yourself…
images by tat.london, patrickmele, salvesengraham, msputneystripes and ritakonig, all on Instagram
in the week of Diwali and Guy Fawkes’ Night, this WW1-era dress in the Goldstein Museum is just the right flash of bright in the dark.
Glossy velvet shoes from LK Bennett
Loved this article from Cup of Jo about perfume
How stunning was she? Sarah Bernhardt (“the divine Sarah”) looking like a tiger on the prowl in the 1860s.
Chair from Anthropologie, crappy photos because I was on the go in a store at the time.
Photo by @monicabeatrice (Monica from “The Elgin Avenue”
I have never been an adherent of the simple white T and jeans look (I like colour; I need something to give me he illusion of a waist) but Girls On Top tees might change that for me.
How great to have a day pretending you were a mighty film maker just by wearing one of these…and way cooler than a band shirt.
Plus these ones have colour…