There are very few things that i enjoy more than dressing up in fabulous clothes and dancing round the garden...
so last week on a radiant wednesday afternoon i did just that!! here is the photographic evidence..
This fabulous lacey number is the masterful work of the beautiful and damn fine Norma Kamali. You will be hard pushed to find many designers out there that can make a dress that is high neck, long sleeved with a floor length skirt as sexy as this one. I find that Ms Kamalis designs often have a very timeless, old school sexiness.. and this dress is the perfect example. This piece is vintage 1985 and currently my faaavorite item of clothing.
Big Purple skirt.
Rich, extravagant..LARGER THAN LIFE. This skirt has some serious character! Its wild electric grape colour is certainly eye catching. Vintage and again made in the wondrous 80’s. ahhhhh the 80ss. I was definitely born a few years too late.. gaaad damn!
In these photos you cant quite appreciate what iv paired with the skirt. What looks like a mere vest it is in fact a 1930’s venician handmade, hand embroidered cami-knickers. The real McCoy. Vintage verging on antique.
Royalty. When good old HRH is decked out in the same designer that you are wearing I tell you.. it feels pretty good. Jenny Packham
My dress is a short, stiff satin, off the shoulder little cheeky numero. Very cutsy. LOVE LOVE LOVE! .. Think Dennis here agrees.
Star struck, head turner, wow factor. This dress is just it. Fabulous doesn’t even begin to describe what this is. And whats more is that these pictures don’t even touch on how extrodinarily fabulous this dress is in fact is.. I will be wearing it on my wedding day! This dress was designed by Murry Arbeid vintage 1980’s, made for my grandmother. After a spot of research I found that Princess D had a very similar one made by Arbeid.. but you know what.. I prefer mine!