I had just had my hair cut and completely miss-timed washing and setting for the evening (I HAVE to wash my hair after it's been cut, otherwise I'm covered in all the little snipped-off ends and it's tickly and yuck) and so I whipped out my turban. This bronze vintage turban worked perfectly with my muted mustard 1940's dress and those almost cinnamon coloured vintage gloves – it was all very Autumnal hued, can you tell I am excited to be a red head?! – and my leopard print shoes from a few posts ago, on their first outing.
I couldn't get a proper outfit photo as I was still grappling with some new camera settings (looong, dulllll story) (I'll spare you!) but I did pretend to be a deer under the strong overhead light! I was initially going to do some graceful hand-y thing but decided to make antlers instead. Of course, I would have LOVED to have been able to find my vintage dress clips as a bit of sparkle on the turban would have been a nice touch (and a great way to keep it in place) but they seem to be having a little holiday somewhere in my house... I hope they are having a lovely time and will come back soon!