Moss cardigan // Tulle
Ruffle tee/sunglasses // thrifted
Oxford heels // famous footwear
As I write, the rain is tapping with that indescribably sweet rhythm on the roof of my bus. I love the rain. Sometimes, say, when toasted cheese with pickles and hot soup is underway and I'm getting ready to snuggle up on the sofa with my sisters for a wet afternoon, there's such a nostalgia clinging to everything. Some of my happiest memories were made during the rain.
Other times, a foggy day can put me in retrospective, sentimental mood that nothing will satiate but French accordion music and a long walk - just my dog and I. To feel the rain fall on my face, to look on the green of the world and the smell of fresh new earth is to feel so very alive.
There's a singular romance about it like no other - and I think the Rose skirt captures that feeling. It's glamorous, it's romantic, and somewhere clinging to it is a grace that evokes the charm of a rainy day serenaded by La Vie en Rose.