Firstly, thanks so much to everybody who’s still reading. My apologies for the upheaval, believe me, it breaks my heart to move from my original blog and change my name, but I just couldn’t see another alternative. Whilst I don’t want to go into detail here, when there is a possibility that members of your family may be adversely affected, you have to take action.
Of course, I’m not naive enough to think changing my URL is foolproof, and it’s entirely possible that the people I don’t want to read are still out there, silently filtering through every word I’m writing. If indeed you are, you’d do well to remember that old saying about eavesdroppers never hearing good of themselves.
And now I shall draw a line under the subject. Literally.
Let’s move onto some celeb fashion – and this week it’s wedding dresses that have caught my eye.
TV presented and all-round nice chap Dermot O’Leary married his long-term girlfriend Dee last weekend, and this is the dress she chose for her big day:
I do love Dermot, but I’m afraid I don’t like your dress very much, Dee. From the waist down it’s not too bad, although I’m on the fence as far as splits up the front of wedding frocks go. It’s above the waist where it all goes wrong. It looks to me as if she was a bit chilly so decided to bung on a lace top underneath her her dress. It just doesn’t all …. gel together. Without the lace underneath bit, it would look better I think. I don’t like the choice of flowers, either – I think one shade of blue or the other would have made it a bit more tasteful, rather than putting both in.
Another recent bride was Peaches Geldof marrying the father of her baby, Thomas Cohen. Please excuse the picture quality, as I’ve scanned these from my copy of Hello magazine.
Peaches apparently wore three wedding dresses throughout the course of the day, although this particular edition of Hello only features this one. Despite the fact that Peaches and her sisters/bridesmaids have a selection of tattoos between them that a sailor would be proud of, and the fact that Bob apparently didn’t see fit to run a comb through his hair before escorting his daughter down the aisle, I thought Peaches’ dress was just lovely. Elegant, classy and very feminine. And don’t the happy couple look radiant? Let’s hope this marriage lasts a bit longer than her previous one!
What do you think? Do you agree with my choices?