I woke up this morning feeling great; the sun was shining so I decided to wear my pearls. I love pearls; there’s something about them that makes me feel so grown up!
I put on my new dress from Stitch Ministry which I love. Then whilst walking down the stairs feeling really happy with my whole outfit …boom! I missed the last stair and landed on the floor. I laddered my stockings and had to laugh at myself because at the end of the day, what matters in life is being a compassionate human being and although it’s great to enjoy wearing a good outfit, stockings can ladder and heels can be very impractical!
Talking of good out fits… Jenny and I were in Paris last week showing at Premiere Classe and spotted some fantastic outfits – I do love Paris during fashion week.
Fur seemed to be the look of the moment, which was also necessary due to the freezing weather. I’m still not sure if I can actually bring myself to wear fur but it does look amazing.
What I also love about fashion week is that we have a whole new collection to wear and its fun choosing the jewellery for the day. The Jem earrings are still my earring of the moment. They are so light and look great with anything…Oh and the rabbit in the hat necklace to, sooo cute!
While in Paris we went to Hotel Du Nord for dinner. It’s a lovely restaurant on Canal St Martin. This photo was taken after dinner – I thought the wall was brilliant!
Sunday the 7th was the most special and amazing day of the show. I received a text from Morgan, who was in Australia with Komala to say their baby girl had been born. I was so excited and happy all I could do was sit there and cry. I brought cake from Angelina which is Morgan’s favourite and lit a frangipani candle, which smelt amazing!
While at Laduree I saw a guy walk in wearing a Tibet hat, amazing to see and I loved the way he wore it with a suit jacket and trousers. Morgan bought the same hat while we were all in McLeod Ganj in the Himalaya’s a few years ago.
After leaving Laduree we were walking back across the Louvre and the sun was setting behind the Eiffel tower. It’s so stunning I could hardly believe it and despite the bitter cold we watched the sun set over Paris – magic!