Hello dolls, Happy Friday!! I'm really sorry to have been gone this week mostly, but on Tuesday I had a fall in the house & went face first into our wooden floor and I really wasn't in the mood to put together posts after that. My face was swollen and I cut the inside of my mouth, thankfully nothing broken, but you know, I have two left feet really. Mouth is still tender, but I am better & will have more regular posts for you next week :) I thought I'd leave you with some favourites from the week. Have a gorgeous weekend my darlings!
Loves & Loves
A little something saucy and decadent from one of my favourites - Bohemique!! They never fail to impress me. The detailing on this piece is so divine, I'd want to wear it over everything :)
I discovered these beautiful pieces thanks to my dear Sara. Created by the marvellous Simone Devine from Australia. I love how they look like ocean water moving through the resin, it's amazing!! You can see more from her here!
I know it's getting colder outside now for most of us, but it doesn't stop me from wanting to wear this whole outfit from my dear Boudoir Queen. Dawn never fails to amaze me with her creations, she's a genius. Perfect mix of vintage, quirk, and rock n' roll!! You can visit her shop here.
I'm so obsessed with Yazbukey at the moment, haha! Even saying the name 'Yazbukey' is amazing! It's quirky, artistic, eccentric, yet so elegant and chic. Yaz creates out of this world accessories with flair and fun. I'd buy them all if I could. You can check more out here.
I very much love abandoned places & I spotted this place in a list for the 40 Most Breathtaking Abandoned Places in the World. This place is a Church in St. Etienne, France. I think it's just amazing. I could spend a lot of time venturing to abandoned places like this. There's a lot of other beauties in the list worth checking out too.
And to end, one of my favourite paintings & something that gives a wonderful mood of Autumn with the hues of oranges and yellows. It was painted by Frank Cadogan Cowper. Pre-Raphealite art is one of my favourite parts of Art History. I remembered how much I loved this painting when I spotted it in a post from my friend Louise from Pandora, definitely worth seeing, it's a beautiful post!