It seems that for once the weathermen got it right, as the weather started sliding down the slippery slope of Autumn in the days following our walk and picnic in the sculpture park.
We were Thursday 24 September by then and if initially there wasn't much sign of the predicted rain, the temperature had dived well under 20°C.
Nevertheless, I was determined to wear the short-sleeved mod dress I'd found in Think Twice the other week, before long-sleeve weather would be well and truly upon us.
As the dress's fabric is a polyester knit, it was warm enough on its own, only requiring the wearing of a full slip underneath.
Its print is hard to distinguish from a distance (I'm hearing you Sheila!), but you can see its delightful teal, purple, orange and olive green colour scheme in the close-ups.
Making full use of the dress's Autumnal vibes, I matched my opaques to its solid burnt orange collar, and added a green chain belt and a purple and orange wooden beaded necklace. A further nod to the season was provided by the two vintage Autumn leaf brooches tumbling from my shoulder.