Thank you all for re-grouping with us after our break. Please leave your contributions in the comments all week long.
We've come to the last of the choker series, and it's dedicated to our Nordic Queen. Queen Sonja is choker maniac and she has spoiled us for choice in that regard. Let's leap into this, shall we? Queen Alexandra's Pearl Necklace A multi-strand pearl choker said to be originally owned by by Queen Alexandra. Embed… Continue reading Battle of the Chokers – Queen Sonja
I refuse to use the term p**** bow, and in any event, you shouldn't restrict yourself to those. All bows at the neckline are welcome. We aren't going to provide a definition because if you don't know what a bow is I wonder why you would be frequenting a fashion blog ; ). Some examples… Continue reading Spam the Neckline – Bows. Lots of Bows.
Housekeeping: I know I keep promising a new Bits post, but events keep cropping up and pushing it off. It's a nice problem to have after 15 months of a royal drought, however, I know we need a new chatting place. Tomorrow! Promise. - The Bag Yesterday, May 17th, was National day in Norway. While… Continue reading Norway’s National Day Celebrations.
For the second year in a row, CP Mette-Marit had to get a bit creative with her annual "Literature Train" event. This year it was held each Thursday in March, via her Instagram account. She spoke to five of her favorite authors; from biographers to poets, and children's authors to self help author/podcasters. Since it… Continue reading Baguette Bookworms – Mette-Marit’s Literature Train