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Hell For Leather

OK you lot. Just sit down and shut up.

Today I’ve gone all dominatrix and have a lust for leather. Since it’s turning somewhat autumnal here I thought I would try out my vintage olive green leather pencil skirt and give it a saucy twist.

Ready for Today’s Lesson?

There’s nothing sexier than a simple high waisted pencil skirt teamed with the perfect vintage Jaeger blouse.

Being the true British lady I am, I’ve topped it with a tweed tie pussy bow for heritage style. 

Who needs 50 shades. This lady doesn’t bow to anybody.

Now Get Out. I’m busy.

 

 

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Com-pleat Perfection

Hello my lovelies.

I’ve been away for a little while, recovering from all the splendid Jubilee celebrations. Hope you all had a super time too.

Now I’m back I’ve decided to ignore the decidedly inclement weather and release the legs.

I love this gorgeous 1970s vintage pleated  mini dress with lace detail sleeves and faux pearl buttons. The pale blue print reminds me of a Parisian boudoir.

Pastel Perfect

Side View. Check Out the Sleeves.

To complete my 70s vibe I’ve topped it with a fantastic vintage felt hat and cool tan leather shoulder bag

Hats Off To Me

Tantastic

Now if only this blasted wind would stay away.

Toodles Noodles.

Lady F. x

She Wore Blue Velvet

Hello lovely people.

The sun is finally shining, the birds are singing and I’m feeling blue (Well I’m feeling Blue Velvet to be exact).

I’m continuing my Diamond Jubilee themed outfits with this beautiful early 1960s vintage, royal blue velvet dress. It fits beautifully, a tiny fitted waist with a slight curve on the hips and so soft to the touch too.

My Latest Crush

To keep things suitably regal I have on a pretty glass necklace and have finished off with a gorgeous, yet practical, tan box bag.

A Little Bit Of Sparkle.

The Royal Box

Hope you all have a jolly super time.

Lady Fiona. xx

A Right Royal Knees Up

Excitement is mounting down here at the Manor.

Only a few weeks to go until The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and I’m already outfit planning for the event.

First up is this simply stunning 1950s vintage royal blue (of course) waffle cotton dress with white trim. Accessorised with a huge 1960s enamel flower brooch, a white clutch and an unseen red petticoat to complete the look and keep the flag flying.

Prom Tiddly Om Pom

Blooming Lovely

Next we have an amazing 1980s vintage red polka dot dress. Even though it’s an 80s dress it has a lovely 1940s vibe, complete with the very latest thing ‘the peplum’. I’ve added a blue patent belt, a string of pearls and some gorgeous 1960s flower earrings to finish off.

Peplum Perfect

Patriotic Petals

Now all I have to decide is, which to wear first and then find the nearest Street Party.

I Hope Kate & Wills have arranged one, I promised Harry I’d teach him to tango.

3 cheers for her Majesty.

Lady Fi. xxx

Festival Fever

Here I am sitting watching the rain beat relentlessly down and what springs to mind?

Summer festivals of course. The rain, the mud, the keep on going spirit of it all.

I’ve cranked up the stereogram, rooted out a bit of Joni and I’m ready to go.

OK rain, do your worst.

Wearing my gorgeous vintage, embroidered skirt with a simple white vest, tooled leather belt and completing the look with a beautiful vintage leather tassel shoulder bag.

Always on the fringe of things.

Up close. Beautiful detail.

Alright now. Bring on the Glamping, the Hunters and the Pimms please.

See you on the other side.

Lady Fi. xxx

Having a Heritage Day.

Today I am feeling the cold so have decided to have a British Heritage Day.                                     

I’m wearing my gorgeous vintage, British made Mansfield suit. 1940s inspired but from the 1970’s.

I’m carrying a super, tan colour ponyskin kelly bag and wearing my favourite jewelled flower brooch, gloves and a trilby.

Hope you like it.

Selling some lovely things later today on E-Bay & Etsy. I will keep you posted.

    Have a splendid day. Lady Fiona. xx
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