Hello, lovely people.
Today, I'm cribbing the post title off a lovely lady called Karen who writes here. I find her blog most uplifting. She writes a regular feature on what she wore to church and as today I did that very thing, I thought the homage would be fitting. So, here we go.
We were invited to the christening of the lovely daughter of our nephew and his partner.
What should I wear to church?
I tried on my Per Una frilly fuschia cardi and "made in spain" pink heels with this colourful jersey dress from Madeleine, old but similar here. Much as I love the dress, the beautiful day forecast had not shown up yet and I felt a little chilly in it. So,
I tried on this East dress, it's longer, uber comfy and it's lined, so it felt a little warmer. It is, of course, many seasons past, similar here.
Of course, it turned out to be a blindingly gorgeous day later but just not at the time of christening :-(.
If it's a tad chilly I close the cardi with a brooch. This little statement piece is Victorian and features an amethyst stone and little pearls, so the only other jewellery I wore was a pair of small pearl stud earrings.
I think Ines would approve of my restraint :-).
We had a lovely day.
And I think you've probably guessed, dear friends, that based on the above analysis, What I Wore to St Martin's Church today was the blue floral East dress.
So, peeps, to recap - when in doubt about what to wear, go for comfort every time.
And here endeth my lesson for today!
I hope you had a nice Sunday too.
A la perchoine