Wednesday 9 April 2014


Scuba fabric is a trend that I received with some apprehension, being a little hesitant to wear anything that would cause a melt down if it caught fire, besides, I would be undermining my own policy of only promoting natural fibres. However, the first time I laid eyes on this top, t was an instant love affair, being funky, quirky and a little oddly shaped. Being  a girl of a certain age, one sometimes poses challenges to yourself to stray and experiment with things that are unusual. I still promote the concept of less is more, and would keep the accessories to the minimum when wearing something like this. The printed pants phenomenon lingers in my collection and do I find them to add the perfect finish to a top as quirky as this one. It's not exactly what I would wear to a meeting, but for a fun day out running errants or weekend wear, it's quite fun. Mixing up  items in two tones always seem to give a look the "X" factor. You no longer have to do a scuba diving course to sport the gear!
Scuba Top - Asos
Pants - H & M
Shoes - Asos
Handbag - Celine Boston Tote


  1. Beautiful and elegant dear! Kisses.

  2. Hello,Ciao...affascinante,so Charming!

  3. What a fantastic shape on that top! You've styled it perfectly.

  4. Yes, I admire the experimentation! I like this outfit, great pants!

    blue hue wonderland

  5. I purchased this dress to wear to a semi-formal event. The dress arrived in an envelope, but was not too badly wrinkled. I ordered a size 10 and I am 5' 10". The dress was long enough.