Met this woman at the Kurt Geiger party. She's broken Anna Dello Russo's rule about not wearing a coat inside, but apart from that I feel she's got the glam balance down: she's kept the fur and lace from not being totally OTT by wearing edgy boots and long leather gloves. And somehow because her features are strong, not delicate, and her hair so hard edged - a cross between the 70s skater, Peggy Flemming, and that other iconic Peggy: Peggy Moffat, the model who famously wore the first (and last) topless swimsuit in the 60s, somehow it works.
Or at least, I think so. What do you think? Is there such thing as being too glam?
Thank you for your wonderful comments yesterday and especially your tips for Mr. Dot in buying me the right ring. He hasn't seen them yet and is, as we speak, warning that if I don't post, shower, dress, make oatmeal, and am in the car in 37 minutes so that we can go for a lovely walk in Hampstead Heath leaving at 11:00 a.m. SHARP I will be in big trouble. So this doesn't seem the right time. But I shall be glam and warm in my new gifted Mou boots and faux fur jacket - perhaps if I ask nicely he'll take a few snaps.
Hope you're having a wonderful weekend! What's on your Sunday schedule? Hope it's relaxing. I can live vicariously through your experience, as my weekends tend to be anything but.