Skirt; old favourite, since it was one of the first really artistic things I made for myself without using a pattern. Lots of bits and bobs of fabric. Attached long white cheesecloth petticoat underneath with handkerchief hem. Random strips, stitching and shapes. Unexpected geometric flounces. The colours of blue-willow china, reminding me of my grandparents.
Top; real simple. Wraps and ties at back. Useful. A bit of a bra-strap-revealer, but forgiven because of its cuteness and coolness during hot weather. Days definitely getting warmer now. Good stuff.
I apologise for the silly telegraphic nonsensical style here today, but I'm a bit rushed although I don't look it in this photo, but looks can obviously deceive...! and I have a lot on my plate. Thankyou for your lovely comments, I appreciate every one and I'm glad the domestic diva series is giving a smile to some, thankyou! Back again tomorrow, and wishing you a happy Tuesday!
Skirt; own design, various blue and white cottons, bias and bias binding strips
Top; New Look 6252, white seersucker
Shoes; Franco Burrone, from Marie Claire shoes