Pink peonies are like tiny balls of happiness. Sun drenched Oxford mornings. Carpets of blue flowers at the Botanic Garden. Books and a bag from Boden, thank you! A vintage planter, one of a my favourites. Tulips from the Oxford Covered Market. The Audrey (Hepburn) jumper and sunglasses from Boden. A foxy door.
Enjoying the Vogue Festival. Leopard print shoes, grrrr! My stylish Mum on her wedding day in a coat made by my Grandma and a Biba hat. Happy Mother’s Day! The pink lights of Marc Jacobs at Selfridges, London. Vintage shopping in Cowley with my Mum. Ageing at least 10 years while trying to secure Kate Bush tickets, I was successful. I’m a huge fan. How much is that Chanel bag in the window? Seeing the amazing Metronomy in concert.
The Oxford high street on a gorgeous spring afternoon. Cashmere and Vogue, the perfect combo. My niece’s vintage Bambi print, from auntie Candy Pop. I’d love a Babycham. A sunday walk in the woods with my niece, while searching for the Gruffalo. A weekend road trip to Bibury. 1970s Victoria Plum wallpaper found in a Maidenhead charity shop. Flowers at Liberty, possibly the most photographed florist ever.
There is no such thing as too much blossom. Why have one when you can have two, Diptyque candles. Gothic architecture and pink blossom, just gorgeous! Vintage cats, one from my Mum and one from my man’s Mum. My Mum getting lost in the Botanic Garden greenhouse. A vintage pomander from Kat Got The Cream, thank you! Pink on pink on the Oxford high street. Chanel, Bond Street, packed full of beautiful and expensive things. Flowers and windows on Fleet Street.
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