Spring might not in fact be here, yet, but the colours are.
Somehow pink and green together is just inherently good. It started with my plaster pink walls flanked by green leafy things and with the new addition of a green velvet sofa (see Fig. A). I later realised my pink linen bedding was soon to be joined by perfectly paired walls with Yeabridge Green currently being the most serious contender… And I wondered, is pink and green a ‘thing’? And by thing I mean trend. Well, it is my thing.
Not a huge leap then to imagine that this sage green Aspinal of London mini hat box bag rather won me over the moment she crossed my body atop my pink trench of the moment (sorry if you’re somewhat fed up of seeing it – I, as yet, am not). Her strap is reassuringly thick and weighty and the finish is, well, please insert ‘100’ emoticon here.
Gap’s new true colour jeans in green just seal the deal.
So you could forgive me for driving two hours cross country to the seaside in search of the co-ordinating facade. But I did not. This little gem was right across the street from our weekend Airbnb… I believe there is a solid case here for (fingers triumphantly type) winning.
trench – Jigsaw | knit – Club Monaco
mid rise true skinny colour jeans – Gap | heels – Reiss
aurora sunglasses – Powder | ‘love’ necklace – Astley Clarke
sage green mini hat box bag – Aspinal of London
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Love those green jeans, I was eyeing up a pair in Next the other day. I’m not buying anything new till I get back to my normal size though, God’s know when that will be!