Good morning y’all! I’m back in front of my computer after a blogging break of over two weeks. My thoughts upon nestling myself in front of my screen with a damping cup of coffee are oscillating between hoping that no one noticed my absenteeism, and hoping that you all did. I’ve missed blogging a little bit, well, insofar as that’s überhaupt possible while in a constant state of being blown away by the breathtaking sights of the French Riviera.
Those breathtaking sights, captured on lens with utmost dedication, will gradually make it to your screen in the next couple of weeks. Make sure you stay tuned! So as not to immediately kill the suspense I’ve just contrived, today’s post is still an older one, shot in Enghien, Belgium (see also this previous post shot there).
Today’s outfit is a happy marriage of two treasured but previously deemed unwearable items in my closet: 1. dungarees recalling children’s television presenters of the seventies (repelling men and women alike); 2. a smocked crop top that seemed a curious merge of the “peek-a-belly” midriff fashion of that same era and the off-the-shoulder costumes of Zorro-heroine Elena de la Vega. Each of them worthless in itself, but quite marvellous together: it’s one of those rare cases where one plus one equals three!
Unless you have other ideas of what to wear with dungarees or with a black smocked crop top like this one, I guess today’s blissful pair of garments will live happily ever after.
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