Monday Morsels, 16 May 2016

Two more sleeps and I am off to sunny Broome for a well-overdue holiday 🙂 I can’t wait to post some holiday outfits – stay tuned!!

From Now Smell This: As a fragrance fanatic, I found this article so interesting: 6 things I’ve learned in 10 years of writing about perfume.

From Time: The 50 most influential gadgets of all time.

From A.V. Club: Is this the first time the Antiques Roadshow has got it really wrong?

From Mental Floss: 7 books that will probably never be printed again.

From The Telegraph: The Woody Allen films that changed the course of fashion.

From PetaPixel: These colourised photos of vintage landmarks being built are amazing.

From Apartment Therapy: The White House bedroom through the years.

From The Washington Post: The always fabulous Robin Givhan on Bill Clinton’s wardrobe, and how he dresses now he’s no longer the one in the spotlight.

Also from The Washington Post: This article beautifully explores the relationship dynamic between two female friends from different generations.

From Vanity Fair: Why the enduring fascination with the fabulous Mitford sisters?


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