Monday, 4 May 2015

Outfit: Little Navy Dress, Leopard Shoes and Striped Trench.

Yesterday was my nephew's First Holy Communion, so another happy Sunday spent with my family.
It was another rainy morning, hence the umbrella, although it the sun did put in an appearance later. I love leopard print and I really can't think of many things it doesn't work with and decided that the shoes added enough interest to this outfit, whilst being appropriate for the occasion.




While I was putting my coat on for the next photographs, my long-suffering photographer daughter, bemoaning the rain, took the opportunity to take this selfie, which she gave me permission to share. I really couldn't manage my blog photographs without her. I am useless at taking mirror selfies and I just don't have the time or patience to set up my tripod on a daily basis. She knows exactly what shots to take and isn't too shy, (like most teenage children), to tell me when I look less than my best. But equally she is very good at advising me when to move my hair back, or when to alter my position for example. I am incredibly grateful to her.


I have worn this trench coat so many times and in fact, it was in yesterday's blog post worn over jeans. It's the perfect weight for this time of year.



We went to my parent's home after the First Communion Mass. Their cherry blossom is so beautiful and I always look forward to seeing it at this time of year.




Love Liz x

I wore this little navy dress with different shoes, (THE Boden Alice heels), a month ago and I included more detailed photographs of the dress. 

Outfit Details
*Belted Twist Neck Ponte Dress £89 £49, Kaliko, SS15
*Stripe Trench Coat, Laura Ashley £100 SS15
Westminster Bag, Boden SS15 £110
Leopard Print Patent Shoes, Jones Bootmaker.
Leopard Print Umbrella, Primark.

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