pearls, fashionable people and twilight falls on fairfax.

darlings

Such a delicious day!

we wore pearls and had the Nicest conversations with (deeply) Fashionable People.

and then there was a long(ish) walk at twilight admiring the small but perfect neon signs on fairfax.

56cdfd04ac1c11e285b022000a9f15de_7 5768df58ac3111e2bb4e22000aaa0771_7 OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAand now we’re doing laundry because we have the Most interesting people to meet tomorrow and we haven’t any more (sky) blue t-shirts freshly pressed and folded between lavender sachets (yes, lavender sachets) in the top drawer.

did you have a lovely day?

tuesdays are generally pretty good, non?

*concernedlookviatheinterweb*

26 comments on “pearls, fashionable people and twilight falls on fairfax.

  1. Dear G
    Splendid looking pearls… one does hope they’re not dipped but the real thing from the grit.
    Of course they are, how foolish of me even to have had such a thought.
    Yours ever
    The Perfumed Dandy

  2. My dear girl,
    You were less than a mile from the Aubrey chateau.
    I mean, really.

    (The high school near the theater has a Very Passable flea market every Sunday. Yes, I went to that high school.)

  3. Speaking of lovely Tuesdays, and artfully draped and scented linen, and FIDM… I woke the other day to a particular young man wrestling with yardage that exceeded the length of my living room by about double, so think sixty feet of cotton jersey. Apparently it had been in the washing machine and dryer all night as I slumbered… However, all was well, and the amazing FIDM student store was selling it for 80 cents a yard. Deeply fashionable people committed to teaching future generations ;)
    *happygrinviatheinterweb*

  4. I’m with Heather on your (additional) niche… but why not make it the elegant boudoir, in general? (Naturally, chandeliers are among your other spécialités maison.)

    Still the day-in-process here. No pearls, but they do go with everything… impeccably.

  5. Both your lovely, lovely post and the comments made me smile…yes, literally!
    No one photographs bedding like you do–could this be a niche career? Methinks yes.
    And it is true that Tuesdays are often a good day. I wonder why that is…?
    I had a very nice Wednesday morning too. Long walk with the puppers then a quick dash to the market to buy oysters for Remi and I found a Creole salad for me made by two nice ladies from Guadaloupe.
    And the weather is Glorious!

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