Thursday, May 20

Hunter green







After two previous posts, that 's all of the pictures from the past couple of days now. Excuse the multi posts. These were so picture heavy I was worried it would take ages to load the blog otherwise. I've been wondering about how many posts to display per page. Any preferences you guys?

I'd been meaning to do an outfit post centered on my hunter green 40s skirt ever since I got it from The Greedy Seagull last autumn. There've been a couple of previous attempts but every time I tried the photos went pear shaped. Third time 's the charm.

This is one of my favourite skirts. I just love the feel of the fabric and the cut is so beautiful too. The rich green colour made me swoooon when I first stumbled across it on Etsy. I always ready myself for disappointment when I read the measurements, but in this case they were cause for jubilation and an unplanned spend. Retail therapy: How you brighten my winters.

Peter pan collar top: All-Mighty
Polka dot blouse: way back H&M
Brooch: Tina Tarnoff
Skirt: The Greedy Seagull
Mid-heel shoes: Clarks
High heels: Office
Bag: Originally Mom's

27 comments:

  1. oh goodness I love the greedy seagull's shop and have always wanted to buy from there.

    These photos are splendid!!!!

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  2. Looks like a great skirt! It seems to flow well with any top. I love your shoes as well, and these rural settings! :)

    As for posts per page, I think what you're doing now works well! Not too many, not too few.

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  3. my favorite part of this outfit is the cut of this skirt ... and what a beautiful color!

    xo.
    princesspolitico.blogspot.com

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  4. I simply adore your skirt! It has such a perfect cut, and the color is divine. That shade of green is my favorite color, but it's so difficult to find something in that shade. I also love how you've matched it with the plum colored shirt. So pretty!

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  5. Love the rich colour of the skirt, and the draping too - paired with the shoes in the first image, I thought it looked quite forties.
    About the number of posts, I'd say 7 or 8. However, blogger tends to decide for you, which is a bit annoying!
    Thanks for commenting.

    http://clothescamerasandcoffee.blogspot.com/

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  6. I just found your blog yippee! x

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  7. Ooh, I love these colours! You look great. And I see from your profile that you're a fellow Pratchett fan, so I automatically love you. ;)

    A xx

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  8. You look beautiful! I love this outfit... the green is so soothing!

    Love,
    Aya ♥ StrawberryKoi.blogspot.com

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  9. love the skirt. it pairs well with both tops. i enjoy wearing these darker shades of green. happy to have found your blog.

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  10. love the skirt. it pairs well with both tops. i enjoy wearing these darker shades of green. happy to have found your blog.

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  11. You look beautiful! I love this outfit... the green is so soothing!

    Love,
    Aya ♥ StrawberryKoi.blogspot.com

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  12. Ooh, I love these colours! You look great. And I see from your profile that you're a fellow Pratchett fan, so I automatically love you. ;)

    A xx

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  13. I just found your blog yippee! x

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  14. Love the rich colour of the skirt, and the draping too - paired with the shoes in the first image, I thought it looked quite forties.
    About the number of posts, I'd say 7 or 8. However, blogger tends to decide for you, which is a bit annoying!
    Thanks for commenting.

    http://clothescamerasandcoffee.blogspot.com/

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  15. I simply adore your skirt! It has such a perfect cut, and the color is divine. That shade of green is my favorite color, but it's so difficult to find something in that shade. I also love how you've matched it with the plum colored shirt. So pretty!

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  16. my favorite part of this outfit is the cut of this skirt ... and what a beautiful color!

    xo.
    princesspolitico.blogspot.com

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  17. Looks like a great skirt! It seems to flow well with any top. I love your shoes as well, and these rural settings! :)

    As for posts per page, I think what you're doing now works well! Not too many, not too few.

    ReplyDelete
  18. oh goodness I love the greedy seagull's shop and have always wanted to buy from there.

    These photos are splendid!!!!

    ReplyDelete
  19. Love the rich colour of the skirt, and the draping too - paired with the shoes in the first image, I thought it looked quite forties.
    About the number of posts, I'd say 7 or 8. However, blogger tends to decide for you, which is a bit annoying!
    Thanks for commenting.

    http://clothescamerasandcoffee.blogspot.com/

    ReplyDelete
  20. I simply adore your skirt! It has such a perfect cut, and the color is divine. That shade of green is my favorite color, but it's so difficult to find something in that shade. I also love how you've matched it with the plum colored shirt. So pretty!

    ReplyDelete
  21. my favorite part of this outfit is the cut of this skirt ... and what a beautiful color!

    xo.
    princesspolitico.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  22. Looks like a great skirt! It seems to flow well with any top. I love your shoes as well, and these rural settings! :)

    As for posts per page, I think what you're doing now works well! Not too many, not too few.

    ReplyDelete
  23. oh goodness I love the greedy seagull's shop and have always wanted to buy from there.

    These photos are splendid!!!!

    ReplyDelete
  24. love the skirt. it pairs well with both tops. i enjoy wearing these darker shades of green. happy to have found your blog.

    ReplyDelete
  25. You look beautiful! I love this outfit... the green is so soothing!

    Love,
    Aya ♥ StrawberryKoi.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  26. Ooh, I love these colours! You look great. And I see from your profile that you're a fellow Pratchett fan, so I automatically love you. ;)

    A xx

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  27. I just found your blog yippee! x

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