These are the things that inspire me at the moment.
I love the combination of gold, hemp and beige cotton, and I’m obsessed with the thought of finding a vintage trench coat. I still haven’t gotten over the fact that I sold my ’60s Burberry that I wore in my early twenties. I was short of money and didn’t expect I would miss it as much as I have, neither that it would be so difficult to find another that suits me as well as that one did. So the hunt continues.
Also, I will definitely try and wear my Céline hair buckle on the side, like the beautiful girl in the picture!
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