This week I have been hiding, veiled in sheer, elderly curtains. Buster on the other paw is finding comfort anywhere and in any position as seen below.
This never ending heat has taking its toll on everyone, including Buster and I. L is not one for monotony, she thrives on change, this coupled with L’s unusual love for winter has made this eternal summer all the more unbearable. One of the only things that cure’s her perpetual uneasiness is her catch ups and frequent coffee dates with Princess Chow, that and her weekly Wednesday catch ups with Kim.
Both L and I absolutely cherish all the new friends we’ve both made since starting this wonderful little blog. The other Perth fashion bloggers are beautiful, fun and well to say the least amazing. Each one with their unique style and outlook on life. In fact the one thing she has been looking forward to is next weekend’s fashion blogger catch up held by Jessie from The Velvet Bow and April from Don’t You Know April Rose, It’s to be a lovely picnic up at the remarkably beautiful Kings Park. L is quite excited to meet the real people behind the blogs and to chat and while the hours away talking nothing but her favourite topic, fashion.
These last few days have been the longest L has gone without seeing her partner in crime and she was overjoyed to have an extended coffee date with Chow. As usual they gossiped and laughed and spilled coffee all over their clothes.
Today L buckled into the raccoon tail trend, she had been yearning for awhile and was lucky enough that Buster alerted her to this amazing little bit of fur stashed away in L’s fabric hoard. Unbelievably this DIY only took her 10 mins and she was ready to go and, well I must say I am quite smitten with it. What do you guys think? Racoon tail worthy?!?
I cattily wasn’t thrilled by this outfit however I do supremely adore the ethereal swishy sounds made by L’s vintage ball skirt and her preposterously long faux pearls. I am on strike from dressing L these days due to... well, again the high temperatures (can you say broken record)