Have I been Trumpified?
Regular readers will know that I have many issues with my hair, and with hairdressers. My last haircut was a disaster! I had brought an old photo showing how I wanted it. Apparently no help at all!
|What I wanted on the left and what I got on the right|
The photos also reveal that my skin colour has changed. Since last summer I’ve become addicted to sweet potatoes. The result is an orange tinge to my skin.
After months of hair horror I went the extra mile, or two, to see my old hairdresser. Fantastic! She cut and coloured my hair, so it’s no longer gray and white, but a slightly golden blonde. Adding the facts and you get Trumpification!!!
|Luckily I have more hair and less wrinkles!|
|Although the weather is really awful it's not quite as bad as the above!!!|
With my new and warmer look came warmer weather too, and new outfits. In early April I had an appointment on a sunny Monday morning. I decided to celebrate with sunny colours that have always looked awful with my old, cooler skin colour.
|Enjoying warmer weather and colours|
In all the colour and style books that I have, skin only goes cooler with age. Imagine the chok when I realised mine had gone warmer. Liver failure and bad kidneys were my initial thoughts! With so many other health issues it only seemed too believable.
|The coat is from Next, the trousers Evans and the scarf is from East|
Fortunately the newspaper had a small article on the benefits of a diet containing lots of vegetables. It said that a healthy and sexy skin colour was one of the benefits!
Taking advantage of good/not so bad health
With both liver and kidneys in great condition I saw no reason not to go to the cocktail bar (Mikropolis) with the mothers. Somehow I got dressed up to match the cocktail perfectly! The cocktail is called Pink Slip and is based on raspberry.
|Now with matching cocktail!|
The bar may not look the most glamorous, but the cocktails are out of this world! The necklace is by Monies, from November 2016. I have quite a collection now. With another sale coming up at the end of May, it’s likely to grow.
|The trousers are new from Asos, the knit is old from Bonmarche!|
To enjoy my necklaces on a daily basis I have organised my collection in plain view. The shorter necklaces are presented on professional displays like in a jewellery store, next to my shoes.
|The shoes are my entire collection, including those sadly worn out|
All the long pieces are hung on a tie hanger (the two necklaces to the right are not Monies). Only two very heavy Monies necklaces are stored flat, in containers.
|Cheap hanger from IKEA|
With the current arrangement I have easy access as well as a lovely view of everything. Plus, as you see: There’s room for that extra hanger that I keep in my closet!
Due to illness I haven’t been out a lot, but managed to go to Louisiana this past Sunday.
|Same Evans trousers as above, New Look kimono from 2017 and H&M t-shirt|
Louisiana is our top Danish museum for modern art. There’s an exhibition of Picassos ceramics on - and it was fantastic!
|Sorry for the poor photography - and rather casual arrangement of the photos!|
Lousiana also has a few pieces by Per Kirkeby, probably our most talented painter in my time, who sadly passed away last week. As I was so incredibly dressed to match (by coincidence) I had to have a photo!
|The necklace is of course Monies and the bag a Mango from 2017|
Since I'm no great model, here's a chance to really see what I'm wearing, except for the very simple red and pink outfit:
|My first ever outfit with yellow and orange|
|Finally a chance to air my platforms from Yours Clothing, size 6EEE!|
Now, if any Monies fans get to visit Copenhagen in late May, the sale is on May 31st. from 10:00! As always I will be first in line, from around 09:00!
See you there?