I am finally back on land after my wonderful Super Yaght adventure in the French and Italian Riviera. I wondered whilst writing Classic Fringed Military how long I would be rocking for. I've been on land for maybe two days now and I can still feel the water sway sensation when I look down. Interesting. So we will see if my week guess is correct soon then.
I'd just like to pause to spare a thought for the people of the French Riviera at this point. Whilst we were in Paris for 7 days it rained almost the whole time. I was grateful that all the rain passed when we boarded the boat for our French and Italian Riviera tour. (I'll be sharing more about my travels later). This week of rain was nothing like the downpour that the people of the French Riviera experienced. It was a bit surreal to watch the streets that I had walked not too long before on the news - they were like rivers. Up to 180 millimetres of rain fell in just three hours, about 10 per cent of its annual rainfall, transforming the streets of Cannes, Nice and Antibes into debris-strewn rivers.
It's going into winter in Europe and, of course, it's going into Summer in Australia. I'll be needing the below outfit when I hit Sydney again. Keeping it cool for Spring/Summer, I've put together this outfit using a cotton David Lawrence white eyelet shirt and a David Lawrence white lace pair of pants. The 7/8 Briah Lace Pants are fully lined and have a tapered leg which is very flattering - you can buy these pants HERE. You can match your top to your pants if you like by purchasing the set - go HERE to buy the Briah Lace Top. Or you can mix it up like I have and introduce different textures whilst keeping the colour the same. I also considered the MILA Bow Top too.
I've added colour to the outfit by adding this peach JIGSAW jacket and painting my lips, nails and toenails in bright red. Yes; my red lips, nails and toenails are my signature. However I hope they inspire you to think outside the box. I could have also added colour by adding bag charms to my white bag, matched my clutch to the peach sleeveless vest or added a hat to the outfit. You know how I love my hats.