Friday, 4 February 2022

Bring me sunshine

 I can't remember a time that I have ever worn yellow on its own. When seen like this on display though it is rather cheery....mind you I'm not sure about that bra and my first impression of the hat did put me in mind of fried eggs rather than daisies! How dreadfully uncouth of me! I wonder what Vintage Vixen's verdict will be on it all.🌞🌻😀





Have a great weekend everyone. 

Arilx


8 comments:

  1. Some of us just look like a serious bout of jaundice in yellow. Its not for every skin tone. It does look good on sunflowers and daffodils tho.

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    1. I am far too pale to wear any shade of yellow. Arilx

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  2. I absolutely love that dress and despite rarely wearing them, I don't think I'd have been able to resist that 1960s bra! You're right about the hat, I can't unsee the eggs now. xxx

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    1. I remember that type as being horribly scratchy. Arilx

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  3. To me, yellow is a very cheery color. For daffodils. You have to have a far different skin color than pale, pasty me to carry THAT color.

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    1. Yes on some people it's a colour that looks sensational. Arilx

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  4. Yellow definitely is a statement color-people tend ot love or leave it behind. I like small ops of yellow. I got a chuckle out of your at description.

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    1. Glad you liked the hat description! Arilx

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