Friday, 1 November 2013

It's only a little decadent darling

Decadence is open to interpretation, excessive pleasure?

My decadence is evaporated milk/condensed milk in my coffee and the occasional afternoon nap. Someone else cooking for me, Indian and Greek food preferably,  watching me eat is however another persons Hell! I enjoy it a little too much! haha/ewww!


I never show my outdoor wear
here I am suitably un-prepared for any cold weather


I'm hoping to link this to http://www.mispapelicos.com/ share in style 'Orange Halloween'
another inappropriate coat
I'm basically screwed in the winter


Moody trident nonsense at 12.30 am
the usual stuff

A Devil and a Fallen Angel

psss Dad....... Dad..! you are meant to be scary
I did this, it was meant to be a skeleton
I recovered it with 'The Joker'

I adore the 20's
yesterday I went the shop to buy shampoo
I came home without the shampoo
and washed my hair in soap
not good


my kimono is a love of mine

fake bobbed 20's hair
and 'corner mess'
it's not at that catastrophic stage yet

Lovely, Beautiful Lana Del Ray
suits today's indulgent mood

Have a decadent weekend
seek pleasure where you can, and of course if you want
it may be a 'whoopsie' reduction in the food aisle (love them whoopsies!!)
or a restful moment for reflection

you know I want the best for you

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34 comments:

  1. Of all the lovely photo ops you've presented I'm going to comment on that fantastic leopard cape - it's gorgeous! Inappropriate? Never! It is absolutely perfect with that handbag and your very cool eyeglasses.

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    1. thanks Val! it's my eldest's cape, she has given me, it seems it's a family trait! x x

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  2. You are not only beautiful, but fun and gorgeous, my dear Sandra.
    I am so lucky to have you on board.
    Great pics.
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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    1. Thanks Sacramento! I'm in fine company! x x

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  3. So many cute goodies, you leopard cape a favorite! Your munchkins look cute er um scary! Nice make-up job too!
    XXOO

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    1. Thanks Krista, Missy wanted to stay in character, fallen angel/moody pre-teen!! x x I was in work and instructed Mr F to take pics x x

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  4. Cute Share-in-style! I'm now following you. Kisses.
    http://www.solaanteelespejo.blogspot.com.es/

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    1. Thank you! I'm popping over right now!! x x

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  5. Hmmm I'd like some condensed milk too in my tea pls! Love the mustard jacket contrasting with your light blue dress and wow you look beautiful, amazing in that 1920s geisha outfit! Have a decadent weekend too ~

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    1. Thank you! I will try my best! I hope your weekend is excellent too x x

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  6. Yum ... can I just have the condensed milk straight ... hold the tea.
    Love your twenties look ... you'd have made a fabulous flapper.
    xx

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    1. I meant coffee ... hold the coffee
      xx

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    2. Thanks Jo! condensed milk rocks, my Mum used to put it on sandwiches too, haven't tried that one! x x

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  7. Oh that mustard jacket is beautiful! Who needs clothes to be suitable when they're as pretty as that coat? xx

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    1. hehe, thanks Louise! I wore it with another dress today and the wind caused me many flash moments, it seems everything I have is unsuitable hehe!! x x

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  8. Condensed milk in coffee sounds lovely, I have never tried it. Your leopard print coat is gorgeous, hope you have a lovely weekend :)

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    1. Thanks Jenny! it's like the sweetest creamiest coffee ever, and quite addictive yum! I hope you have a lovely weekend too! x x

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  9. Fabulous clothes and so what if you are not adequately dressed for the outdoors, you will look awesome!! I have a serious weakness for potato chips! And trust me a moment on my lips is a life time on my hips. And my bum, tum, thighs and everything else that should be not fed potato chips. Your girls look great hope they had a good time gathering the treats!

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    1. Thanks Sue! potato chips are good for the mind! you enjoy them and it makes you happy! and your bum, tum, thighs and hips are lovely! the girls had lots of fun, tea at Nan and Grandad's then trick or treat with Mr F, I was working :( x x

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  10. That cape is incredible and I love you with the fake bobbed hair and the kimono, you gorgeous creature.
    The family's make-up is a work of art.The best coats have to be inappropriate, wearing a black puffs jacket might keep you dry and warm but you'd probably die of boredom! xxx

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  11. Arrgghh! Comment take 2! Loving the incredible cape and the faux (posher than "fake", innit)
    The family make-up is a masterpiece and the 20's style is gorgeous.
    The best coats are impractical. A black puffa might keep you warm and dry but you'd probably die of boredom. xxx

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    1. Thanks Vix! I'm glad it's not just me who thinks impractical coats are the best! can't stand being restricted anywhere! x x

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  12. cool outfits!
    hope u had fun!
    and that kimono is beautiful, I'd love u to check my collection ;)
    happy weekend!
    s

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    1. Thank you! I'm coming over to have a look right now! x x

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  13. Such fun costumes! Love that yellow coat!

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    1. Thank you! I am fond of that coat too!! x x

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  14. A leopard print cape that leaves your arms bare, in deepest, darkest, snowiest winter? Perfect! You're bonkers, but it's what I love about you! The Roaring Twenties flapper girl look really suits you, and your darling girls look adorable, and so in character. Dad too!
    Always beautiful, always a lovely presence in the blogging world, my dear! xxxxxx

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    1. haha! yes it's true! I have no winter coat sense!, you made me laugh and thank you for the lovely words, I am all fuzzy and chuffed! x x

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  15. What gorgeous coats! I love them both.
    I adore your fallen angel and little devil :)
    Great job on the Joker makeup too.

    Loving the 20s look - you're able to carry off so many different styles.

    Have a wonderful day xx

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    1. aw Yvonne, you are lovely! my poor Dad had no choice and the girls are becoming darker each Halloween, quite cool! x x have a fab day! looking forward to your Fayre post although I bet you need a rest right now, after all your hard work! x x

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  16. I've done that---gone to the store for a particular item and then came home without it... DUH!!!!! ha ha ..... All of you look great dressed up for Halloween.... Love your Kimono.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. hehe! it's not just me Betsy! I do it all the time! thank you for your lovely words x x x

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  17. Que bonita entrada has traído, a celebrar en familia. un gran abrazo desde http://jualferx.blogspot.com/2013/10/share-in-style-17-orange.html

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    1. thank you for your sweet comment, I hope I was able to leave a comment on your amazing blog, my Spanish is not very good! x x x

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