These Sophia Webster have always been a conversation starter with blokes as they think on first glance that I have 'floating bows on my feet'. The Lulu Guinness eye clutch has many an occasion been passed around a group for photos, snap-chats and whatever else the social media kids are on to now. Culottes (ie long shorts) may have been last spotted circa the 80's but expect a burst of pantaloons ability to produce high kicks and side splits in this season. They also aren't easily blown up by the wind, much to the disappointment of passersby and general creeps. So fancy knickers are optional for the evening. Full outfit details are available in the February Issue available for €2.90 nationwide.
In 'Rose' news; I will be beginning all my Rose of Tralee Regional Outfit Posts in the coming days. I received a lot of positive feedback for staying true to my personal style during the festival and I hope to share the vision, designers and final looks over a number of upcoming posts. It's been a longtime coming but I finally will share my rig-outs and stories with you all soon. Thanks to Richard of Event Capture for providing the photographic memories for us all.
Finally, after Monday's 'pale post' the wonderful folks at Celtic Complexion are sending me on some beauty goodies to try out. There seems to be a gap in the market when it comes to pale cosmetics and I hope to find more natural skincare alternatives to the tan in a can.
Until next time Duckling's,
Love Vera Xx