Today those two inches have gone - celebration?
No! Since Wednesday last week I've been sick from a bad burger. Not the ideal way to loose weight. There's still a few annoying side effects to battle, but in general I'm fine again. Except for the missing appetite. Luckily I'm well padded...
Today's pictures are from last week and last month. It turned out that I missed a planned posting. So, here are the photos
|Extremely comfortable outfit|
Not so long ago I bought the book Parisian Chic by Ines de la Fressange. That's where I got the idea to match pearls with a t-shirt. As it's still winter up here in Scandinavia I added a denim shirt on top.
Sadly my 15-year old daughter thought I was trying too hard to look young. Well, I just think I'm expressing on the outside what's on the inside :-D
I wore the outfit at a meeting in late February
A few days later I attended yet another meeting, in a slightly more colourful outfit...
|Phase Eight dress, Clarks ballet flats all summer 2014|
This dress has been quite a favourite of mine. The colours are right up my alley, the drape is very flattering on my figure, and the quality is a light viscose that allows breathing even with a hot flush.
|A longer line cardigan would have been better!|
So, the wonder is on the other side! It's by UK brand Phase Eight, now a regular name on my bank statements.
|The usual big bangles and a silk scarf by Gudrun Sjöden|
Just a bit gold in the accessories are perfect, warming the cooler colours up. The dress also appears in an outfit from last summer, in this year's very first post
Last week, on the day that I had the Bad Burger, I went to a business meeting in the morning. Those pink suede shoes from the previous post demanded to be taken out for walk!
|Old dress from CC, hardly ever seen on the blog|
This dress has been in my wardrobe for years. I've worn it once or twice. It's proven harder than I imagined to style.
Again, my pink shoe-stars are the perfect companion to a difficult dress
|I love seeing the heels from behind|
This just proves that investing in a great pair of shoes is one of the wisest investments a girl can make. I think maybe even better than diamonds? Well, maybe not!
|Sorry about the name tag, I was still tired!|
In the next few days Denmark has been promised snow, frost and dark clouds. Sad, when all I want to do is start digging in my garden. Like every year I've already sown the majority of my seeds so I NEED good weather NOW!
Please Sunshine, come back to Denmark, and bring your friend Warmth!
Have a lovely Easter everyone!