Monday, December 13, 2010

The King's Speech

Hoping to see the film The King's Speech this evening. Since the snow I had ordered arrived last night, I think I'll wear my newest vintage knitted dress (the only one in the aforementioned estate lot of knitted dresses which is not going into the shop....I believe it's a 1930s cotton boucle with metallic flecking). I'll probably have to wear a different pair of shoes, though, as I'm still searching for the right galoshes. Forgive my frizzy hair.  I was out snow shovelling and my "toque" gave me flyaways that I just cannot seem to tame, especially without flattening out my natural waves (any suggestions?). sighs!
















12 comments:

Evie said...

I'd really like to see this. Hope you enjoy it and let us all know how it is!

Frl. Irene Palfy said...

I want to see this film, too. Helena Bonham Carter is one of my favourites! And: you are looking lovely in this dress!

Isabelle - Suzy Gaby and Maud said...

I love your new dress! It is a film which I too am looking forward to seeing.
Isabelle x

Miss Tami Lee said...

I want to see that movie so bad! It looks great. Not to mention Colin Firth is at the top of my celebrity crush list

Miss Rayne said...

If there was one role that I would never have guessed Helena Bonham Carter would play it's this one.

casey said...

Yes, do let us know what you think of the film! I love your outfit too--that dress is amazing! :)

♥ Casey | blog

Wearing History said...

Ooh! I want to see that movie. It's not playing around here, though. I guess I'll have to Netflix it when it comes out eventually :)
LOVE your dress, and all the lovely knitted dresses you've been posting!

Kate said...

My parents are going out to see that movie tonight too. I unfortunately am stuck studying for exams :(

You look lovely in that dress by the way :)

Sara said...

I so wanna see that movie!
Bonham-Carter looks so good in the last photo, so cool costume :) (and Colin Firt .. <3)
And your dress is great too!!

-Sara
autumn, coffee and inspiration

BaronessVonVintage said...

Plans to see the film have been delayed until Wed. or so. Now I REALLLLLY want to see this flick! Not only do I adore Mr. Firth, but I've got a weird crush on Geoffrey Rush (there's something so magnetic about him, though he's certainly not your typically handsome leading man). EEKS!

Nancy said...

By the way, you look smashing in that frock.

BaronessVonVintage said...

thank you!!!