Goodbye, old England! The memories I made on this trip will remain as sentimental and nostalgic to me as an aged bird woman on the steps of St. Paul’s, reminding us that sometimes the frivolous expenses turn out to be the most meaningful. I have been blessed by this trip and the opportunities it has presented. Thank you for reading along and sharing those adventures with me. ❤ Outfit Details: Hat: vintage from Venice (shown here, Sweater: GAP, Jacket: Barbour, Scarf: Pashmina (bought off the street in New York), Skirt: vintage, Tights: H&M, Shoes: Tommy Hilfiger, Bag: Ba&sh
As exams grow ever nearer, I am regressing to all my favorite books and movies out of fear… but it’s hard not to celebrate when
On December 10th (just in time for Christmas y’all!) Mary Poppins will be released on Blue-Ray (and combo pack and digital HD) for the first time! And I’m wondering if she will usher in a new bag trend:
Seriously, is it just me or am I starting to see needlepoint, jacquard, carpet-esk material everywhere? First it was these:
For some reason all the men in my dreams are named Mr. Stubbs or Mr. Wootton.. probably because I can’t have themmmmm *sob*
Then Zara gave us this: (my pictures are from ebay and if you dare buy this out from under me… I will eat too much pizza crying and there will be no more fashion)
Mary Poppins, needlepoint shoes, Zara jacket? Coincidence you say. But you can’t argue with AGE!
If you have not seen the blog Advanced Style please leave now and go enlighten yourself (but come back now ya’ hear!). Really, it’s the most beautiful and charming collection of pictures taken by Ari Seth Cohen. There are only two stipulations: they subjects are all elderly people and they all have fantastic or quirky or dynamic or intriguing style. So, as I was staring my future in the face the other evening:
That might not be quite a carpet bag… but it’s definitely in the carpet bag family…
making it a welcome mat bag? They very next post you can’t deny.
This lovely lady even has her own vintage purse store WITH carpetbags here.
So what do you think? Are carpet bags the next big thing or did they go out with Reconstruction? Let me know what you think, and in the mean time have a jolly holiday!!
In case, you want to get in on them now, they are going for relatively little on Ebay… in the range of 20 to 50 for the cheaper ones.