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30.11.08

Perfect Sunday

I much prefer taking the back street, the lane way or the hidden path to where ever it is I have to go, I think there is so much beauty and inspiration to be found when things are left untouched.
So when I walk to my favourite cafe I always take the bike track along the train line, the colours in the graffiti alone you could marvel at for hours. Perfect Sunday.
Dress: Sussan, last summer
Vest: H&M
Belt: Camden Market
Bag: Camden Market
Glasses: Le Specs
Bracelets: Hong Kong


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17 comments:

Miss_Red said...

Lovely outfit, the vest is really pretty!

Too Many Shoes said...

The road less travelled is always where you find the adventures....

The dress is great and the belt sets the whole oufit off

Lux said...

Looks like a gorgeous windy day in Melbourne - how i miss it!!

Alicia said...

I missed my Sunday today (very nasty hangover - oops!) and seeing these lovely pictures makes my heart feel sad. You don't realise how truely precious Sunday is til you don't have one. Yours looks perfect.

esme and the lane way said...

Aha, I know exactly where that is! It's really cool!
I love your dress, especially the white top bit. It's really pretty. And that latte looks pretty good too...

WendyB said...

Nice action shot of the skirt.

grenadine said...

Very chic as always Lady M!

Miss Karen said...

Gosh I've missed so many posts! You look absolutely stunning here - I love how you match your surroundings.

PS. I heart 1984 too (I was born then!)
PPS. I'm awfully sorry I couldn't make it to Madame Brussels, you all looked like you had an amazing time!

Imelda Matt said...

I love the idea of you clomping thru the brush with your Chanel purse!!!

PUG and PIPS said...

Such beautiful and nostalgic pictures. I crave a Melbourne coffee. The word Barista does not even exist here in Canada!

GirlonTour said...

Oooh such lovely photos, making me yearn for home once more.

PS I ended up in London last week unexpectedly, and was staying minutes walk from Primark on Oxford Street. Seriously that place is like I car crash...you don't want to go closer but you kinda feel compelled to.

Of course I had to buy, however nothing that required standing in the 100 people deep line..and that was a weekday. YURK!

Fashion Tidbits said...

where is your favourite cafe?

Grant said...

I love that you let the pictures tell most of the story for this post Lady M. It is refreshing, and also very honest.

Xx

P said...

I can see what you're getting at, but I find that kind of run-down, outskirts-of-a-city-meets-Suburbia scene very dismal and depressing! I find it hard to appreciate the aesthetics of urban decay!

aimee said...

hello - nice pictures. i like how you blend opshopped clothes with new clothes to create your own style - its very refreshing :)

Loxy said...

Looks like Sparta Place in Brunswick but I could be mistaken!

TML <3 said...

you really inspire me with taking good pictures!