Necklace - Gift from when I was about ten
T-shirt - Topshop (very old)
Skirt - Belonged to my grandmother
Bag - Belonged to my other grandmother
Sandals - New Look (again very old)
On Sunday I visited a National Trust Property called Nymans, a garden and partly ruined house. Nymans is one of my favourite National Trust places so far, the gardens were full of bright flowers and plants everywhere you looked. The first image is taken in 'The Temple' and looks down over the grounds. This sort of landscape always reminds me a little of Jane Austen, I'm not sure why. As well as the garden you can visit a few rooms of the old family house. The house was partly destroyed by fire in 1947 , yet later partially rebuilt and lived in by the last of the family to live there, Anne Messel. The gardens have a pinetum which has samples of many different types of trees, a walled garden - that made me think of the secret garden, and a rose garden. The rose garden was so beautiful, I'm not sure I've ever seen so many different roses in one place. This blog seems to be turning into 'what I wore to visit a national trust garden,' I hope nobody minds.