The pinks and pastels of an antique china tea cup, bien sur.
And what if it’s a virtual tea party like the one Dream Sequins hosted for her birthday? Well, I’d still wear the same thing. Follow this link to find out what other blogettes would sport. Thanks so much for inviting me, D! And happy birthday!
i simply love all the framed artwork on your wall.
Great shoe colour!
so sweet and lovely. you have a great eye for colour combos
A twirling dress and no head : that is your signature.
Great painting in the previous post.
I love your outfit! The color combination is gorgeous. And your figure is to die for!
OMG! I don’t know! Considering how PRETTY YOU, your dress and soles are ,I have no idea!:))
Janis — Thank you! A couple are originals, a couple are prints and a few are photos from our travels. I actually want to add to that collection. Maybe expand it across the whole wall.
Jess — Thank you! They’re so bright they’re almost the colour of pink highlighters.
Teresa — Thank you! My favourite colour combo right now — mint green and Hermes orange.
Paulette — Ha! You’re so right. Maybe I should twirl in every post from here on out.
Leia — Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
Gerri — You’re such a sweetheart. I’ve missed you!
Janet — Thank you!
love this shoe colour….
i just love the idea of a pretty tea party, with lots of girly dresses, finger bites and sweets and cream.
those colours look yummy.
LOVE your outfit, esp all the colours! perfect for a tea party :)
This post is making me hungry and it doesn’t help that I’ve been craving a chai latte all day!