Sunday, 4 March 2012

Up On Devil's Dyke

Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen! First of all, we are very sorry we haven't posted in such a long time, we have been super busy with the Etsy shop and Alec has a lot of uni work on at the minute.

Today we have an outfit post for you! A little while ago, me and Alec decided to drive up to Devil's Dyke in West Sussex. It is such a beautiful place, we had a good walk around and it was SO cold, bear in mind I was wearing a pair of white summer shoes... They are amazing but I will definitely wait for warmer days to slip my feet back in them! Later on we had a lovely roast dinner and a couple of drinks in the only pub around, which happened to be serving Alec's favourite Ale : Bengal Lancer. (It is pretty tricky to come across, he was IN HEAVEN!) Then we were lucky enough to witness a stunning sunset and drove back home exhausted and satisfied!

I'm wearing:

 *Faux-Fur Brown Coat*
*1920s Evening Jacket*
*1950s tea dress (available to purchase here)*
*1970s Shoes*

Alec and his Bengal Lancer! 


We have an exciting post ready for you this week, keep your eyes peeled!!!

I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend! 

Margaux x


16 comments:

  1. Love the dress and jacket, and those shoes are so cute! you look perfect x

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  2. What a stunning place! Love the dress.

    Jade

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    1. Thank you Jade! I love it there, you should definitely go there if you get the chance x

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  3. Just beautiful! Coming up to our winter that jacket is looking very tempting!! Hope you are really well and having a great week!

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  4. Love la robe ! Des bisous de France !
    Le paysage est super sur les photos :)
    Et oui ma petite, je vais bien :) J'espère que toi aussi !

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  5. Such lovely photos, I wish sometimes I lived in the UK!

    xoxo,
    Rodellee | Adore Vintage

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  6. Sounds like a wonderful day! Thanks for sharing that stunning view with us, you look just beautiful with it in that fourth photo, and Alec looks very dapper in that lovely coat ~E

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  7. Wow, the striped dress is amazing x

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  8. that 20s jacket, oh my god! I literally hugged my screen, it's so so pretty! and I love fur coats even though I hate the way they are produced. that's why one should always stick with vintage when it comes to fur coats. Alec looks like an Irish sailor, lol! xx

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    1. I adored that jacket, we sold it as soon as we put it up on the shop! I'm having regrets now ;) And believe it or not the coat is actually not made of real fur (it looks so genuine I get dirty looks every time I wear it!) Haha he does look like a sailor, I love it xxx

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  9. The English countryside is so beautiful. And you look lovely! Those shoes.

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