Style-wise, I always find it easier to dress well in autumn and winter.
But it's probably extreme to be obsessed with this duffle coat from Seasalt just as we are about to be catapulted into full-on summer.
What can I say? It's a gorgeous colour and has that je ne sais quoi which elevates it from being just another duffle coat (well it's a brighter colour and shorter and more A-line looking).
I shouldn't buy it because it's fairly expensive, because I'd prefer to spend my money in New Zealand than send it straight out of the country, and because I'd probably have to wait six months to wear it.
However - I just find it stunning and almost get that sense that if I possessed then I would want for nothing else ever again (though I know that couldn't possibly be true).
In case you're wondering, I did find a locally made item sort of similar to this on the Swandri website. But it hasn't got IT.
1/12/2013 - It's here!! It's lovely, though not quite as red as I was expecting - more of a brick red than the blood-red I thought it was. However everything else about it is perfect (expect I can't wear it for another 6 months).
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Saturday, November 02, 2013
I've made another hat - that's two in three days and gives me a total of 5 knitted hats to choose from in case Spring changes tack again and returns us to cold weather.
|This one's called Yulie, by Grumperina. More pics on Ravelry|
|This is the Oak Trail hat I mentioned in the previous post|