The title of this post refers to a song from South Pacific, which I've just been to see at the Barbican. It was quite interesting just going to the Barbican, it is such a big place and I quite like the blocky concreteness of it all. It was a brilliant production, both the leads were especially good. I was surprised at how many of the songs I knew since I have never watched the film. I also didn't realise that the storyline contained such political story lines, particularly since it was first produced in 1949. In essence it was a lot less light hearted then I had always thought- but in a good way. There were some nice 1940s outfits too, one beach ensemble contained some shorts very much like a pair I just grabbed in the UO sale. Other than that I went to the Notting Hill Carnival on Monday, a BBQ on Sunday and a wedding on Saturday. I will try and find some nice photos from that, although for the most part I was drinking champagne and eating the pretty cupcakes made by the bride herself. This outfit has me in two minds, I like the long length skirt when I see it on other bloggers but I do feel like I could happily chop a foot off it, what does anyone else think, long or short? The scarf is one of my favourite possessions. It was a gift from my grandmother and was made by a local textile artist in the 1970s. I love the soft green shades and the subtle lace pattern.