The traditional gift for 7 years of marriage is, apparently, wool. Or copper. But I am going with a wool theme for this post because I would like to share pictures from the most recent Tweed Run! See how I managed to seamlessly link the two like I had already planned this? Oh, yeah.
None of these photos were taken by me, but luckily my Vintage Mafia ladies attracted a lot of photographers! I wasn't able to bring my lovely Pashley up from its holiday at my parents' house, and my pink single speed bike doesn't have a basket. So it's hard to carry cameras, or even packed lunches and extra layers. I also didn't actually wear tweed to the Tweed Run - I never have! But I did wear wool. Specifically, my favourite Mexican souvenir jacket, paired with a sheer vintage 1970s dress with crochet trim and a glorious flower crown from Rosadior!
Here are some photos of the day, in which I definitely came last in the hair stakes. Must practice updos.
Photo by Scott Wishart, who always snaps a good one of us!
Favourite photo! Unknown but © the Irish Independent
With the lovely Harry of Harry & Edna on the Wireless!
And my other favourite, by Hanson. Hummus Chips, if you read this, call us!
As always, it was the most wonderful day! There were some changes to the organisation so that the ride was a little more spread out but weather was pretty good, the company was stellar and we can't wait for next year.
Outfit details - Vintage 1970s sheer dress with crochet trim: Etsy
Mexican Souvenir Jacket: Etsy
Flower crown: Rosadior
'Roy Bans' Sunglasses: Market stall in Turkey
Shoes: Swedish Hasbeens