February 16, 2011 § 2 Comments

I recently stumbled upon the work of English photographer David Hamilton.  He has been around for decades,  inspiring designers and mere fashion followers alike producing beautiful art for both magazines and dozens of his own photographic books.  Shame on me for only just discovering him now.   I am fascinated by how natural his work is – the lighting is so delicate, soft and dreamy and I just love the colours, soft pastel shades in ice-cream combinations.  Love, love, love.  Enjoy!

Why wait for warmer climes, adorn a ballet-bun with pretty flowers…

Why not stitch some vintage lace onto the collar of a worn out dress…

Invest in silk vintage ‘bed jackets’ as an alternative and entirely unique Spring cover-up

I love the texture and combinations of fabrics, which will work perfectly for Spring.  Quite frankly I’m fed up layering wool with cashmere and velvet with fur!  It’ll soon be time to sift through the heavy fabrics in favour of more delicate chiffons, silks and lace.   Lush.  And if you can’t quite bear the thought of parting with your ol’ favourite winter warmers just yet, then why not layer 2 or 3 silky camisoles on top of each other in the evening to preview and play around with this Spring/Summer look.  Pick out the colours of  your vests with pretty flowers worn in your hair.

Layer silky camisoles on top of each other, a great way to invent a new top!



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