I have an affinity for all things pretty… including fabrics with textures, patterns and intermingling colours. I have always loved fashion, and I have a great many memory of Saturday shopping trips with the Bobs (a.k.a. my ma) and my Sistah. We’d scour for great deals and load up on fab finds. Both my ma and pa had a great sense of style, with a multitude of clothes and shoes to choose from on any given day. I remember the vast array of my dad’s wardrobe with his Harry Rosen suits, me stuck polishing his alligator shoes, and he demonstrating the art of the double windsor knot. My mom, who detests wearing the colour green, for some reason had this hat that I vividly remember, that looked like a pale green sheer skull-cap with the lightest white and chartreuse organza petals. I distinctly recall a flashback of the back of her head (hair tucked in), while she wore it on a car ride to church on the dusty dirt road in the old cream coloured Ford Mustang. I desperately wish I had a photo of it for today’s photo challenge #7, but I only have my memory for this blast from the past.
My photo today instead, is of my ‘alphabet scarf’… a cute little fun find I picked up on a road trip to Hamilton on our way to visit the eastern branch of the perogy clan; when mom was up for a visit from Edmonchuk a few years ago. As you can imagine, shopping is still one of our greatest past times and to this day, we continue to bond over a great deal on cute gear.