Sunday, 21 February 2010

dress like a sailor

We had a super fun and delicious dinner at a friends on Saturday evening. Then up early on Sunday feeling nautical I decided to wear the new dress that I got for my birthday a couple of weeks ago. Braved the red tights to nip out and grab breakfast, an apple tart and cinnamon caramel milk.

If only the weekend could last a couple more days.

26 comments:

BabyJane said...

each element of these photos as wonderful as the last.
thats a really lovely outfit and the bunting/ floral pictures on your wall are beautiful!!

a completely inspiring blog, well done :)

borrowedturquoise said...

whoa, cinnamon caramel milk??? where??

oh, and cute dress!

Agatha said...

What a lovely dress! You look lovely.

Also, what super photography!

Thanks for brightening my Sunday,

Agatha x

thehouseonbloghill.blogspot.com

ilovesasek said...

Super sweet. I love your sailor dress. There is something about it that reminds me that spring is on it's way... well in Europe anyway. Thanks for you beautiful posts. Your photos are so inspiring.

Zoe said...

You look absolutely Beautiful!
Enjoy the rest of your week end x

Razmataz said...

Your photography is amazing!!! I see so much in all of them. The peek into your home, the dishes, the banner, the floral art. So interesting.

sallyrose45 said...

Niiiiiice tights!

Totally jealous of the little apple treat too... I went on a Sunday walk but was too scared to ask the crazy bakery lady for something similar so just settled with a cafe con leche.

Hello by the way, I'm Sally. My blog is nowhere near as delightful as yours, but that is probably because I am lazy.

xxx

tam said...

Beautiful, was nice to see your smile today x x

Kaylovesvintage said...

looks wonderful

the southern hostess said...

I can't decide if I like your breakfast or your outfit more. Both are lovely!

Practical Princess said...

These pictures are delightful. I love the red tights!

Erin said...

I just made my daughter a sailor inspired skirt. I'm thinking I want to make more sailor inspired summer clothes for her. I love this post and I always love your photos.

Adventures in Dressmaking said...

Very cute! You are VERY brave to rock the red tights, I have never done colored ones with confidence, although I own so many pairs!

paperbird said...

you are just too cute- beautiful photographs.

em said...

I love that outfit.
And that breakfast sounds amazing.

Mrs M said...

I'm loving the nautical look at the moment, fabulous dress.

stells and co. said...

Great pics!

May said...

you look great in that outfit! i'd love to be able to pull off those red tights!

Maya said...

I love this season's stripes! take a look at my fave from Anthro!!
http://widespreadlife.wordpress.com/2010/02/05/striped/

Michaela said...

Red alert.. red tights.. wow.. I love it!

Inty swetha said...

nice pictures.. and you dress is good...

Conversation Pieces said...

Love the outfit!

Katie Runnels said...

you look amazing! inspirational, really! If I had legs like yours I would never wear pants again!! xox

Rachel Elizabeth said...

Now I want milk. How did you make cinnamon caramel milk?

Lobster and swan said...

Its a super weak latte with a dash of caramel syrup and spoon of cinnamon sugar.

Me and my husband are the opposite ends of the scale he likes barely any milk and I like virtually no coffee!

Aron said...

That apple tart looks so good!