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Pearls & Stripes.

The sunshine warmed my heart today. I really needed it after the week I had had. It's all behind me now and there's no looking back, just forward...to tomorrow. So, when I woke up this morning, I knew it was the dawning of a new day, a fresh start. So I got up and put on my pearls & stripes and let the new day begin. 








 













I love dressing up, whether it be that I am going to work to teach the kids or running errands, like I did today. Pearls always make me feel wonderful, whether it be a simple pair of studs or a necklace, and today I thought, "Why not? Let's wear both!" The stripes are a constant in my wardrobe. They are cute, feminine and ultra nautical. This tee is from the original makers of stripes-Petite Bateau! Oui, you say?

What item of clothing or accessory makes you feel wonderful? I'd love to know! 

Have a great weekend!
Suzi x

What I'm Wearing: Petite Bateau striped cotton & silk T from Christensen Copenhagen, Ojay A-line skirt with button detailing, Repetto BB black ballet flats from Cecylia, pearl studs & necklace both gifts from my husband, Georgio Armani sunglasses.


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