Here we have a fabulous Chanel suit.
In the age of Primarni and 99p knickers, who on earth would want to spend £1,000’s on couture?
But you don’t have to spend thousands – this suit is for sale for just £299. Think about pay per wear ladies!
Wear this suit once a month for ten years = less than £2.50 per wear!
Can you get your breath? You can’t even buy a skinny soya choccamoccalatte with that.
£2.50 per month to feel a million dollars. Silk, tweed, iconic buttons, superb tailoring.
Be rude not to. Click on the photo. You won’t be disappointed.
This stunning vintage cape is sprinkled with sequins and sparkles.
Seductive starfish scattered at random.
Starfish have no blood, and no brains, did you know that?
It’s very pretty, and perfect for weddings, or christenings, or festivals, or garden parties at the palace.
Poshpedlar loves parties at the palace.
Click on the cape and it can be yours!
This amazing Kashmir Shawl is huge.
It is pure wool. And it is beautifully embroidered.
With Chinar Leaves.
The fire of the Chinar is reknowned in Kashmir.
Myths and legends abound in its branches, weave through its roots, whisper and waft to the tips of its twigs.
Platanus Orientalis. Flame orange, scarlet, crimson.
Read this fascinating piece in The Free Press Kashmir here.
This is a very important tree. It symbolises so much for the Kashmiri nation.
And if you want to look fabulous, and feel warm, and wear wisdom.
Then Treat Yourself here.
As a follow on to an earlier post, this item of loveliness is also trending due to the popularity of a TV series.
Anybody heard of Downton Abbey?
Hats are in.
Susannah Buxton, the former fashion designer for Downton, was nominated for an Emmy for costume design. The department is now run by her former assistant, Caroline McCall. According to Buxton, Downton Abbey clothes don’t strictly adhere to the period, but use the same aesthetic while trying to make Downton style attractive to modern audiences. She says it’s more a translation than historically accurate.
Ralph Lauren’s Fall 2012 show opened with the theme song of Downton Abbey. Models wore skinny plaid trousers and narrow cut blazers. Lauren’s spring show was more of a flouncy pastel affair suited to garden parties and formal dinners. And of course, where Mr Lauren leads, PoshPedlar follows.
The hat I offer here is more Lady Mary than Dowager Countess, it is absolutely gorgeous.
Vintage caramel straw, with a faded rose corsage and delicate net to finish. Top quality, super condition.
Perfect for that summer wedding with cream trouser suit, in fact any shade of pastel will do.
Each episode of Downton costs £1 million to make. You can buy PoshPedlar’s hat for a lot less here.