Friday, 22 April 2011
Here are a couple of silk twists with veiling one with a beaded trim and quill the other with a feather and silk covered button.
This shape has proved to be very popular as it's easy to wear and has quite a presence.
There's a distinct 1940's flavour to the design but it can also be worn with a classical outfit.
It is worn on the left side on the face with the point ending just on the cheekbone.
Saturday, 16 April 2011
This beautiful shot silk has been made to match a pink and orange linen jacket which has an appliqued pattered design, so I have repeated it in the silk.
It's so vibrant but works perfectly as an alternative to a hat or smaller headpiece.
I have to say the lady was ''tickled pink' with her headband and her husband will wear the brooch on his lapel.
Saturday, 9 April 2011
I have always loved the paisley pattern since I was a little girl and still buy fabric when ever I spot some.
This lovely linen print has made a great summer duo in beret and bag, perfect for the summer months to team with other linen items.
The beret has a vintage glass button while the bag has a mother of pearl.
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