What do you wear when you are driving the biggest SUV in the world. With privilege comes a recognition of and respect for custom and practice. But because they represent history, tradition, steadfastness and a thread of continuity so intricately embroidered into the warp and weft of our national tapestry that, without them, our society would unravel.
If an opulent lifestyle is what you are seeking then this is the SUV for you.
When I was growing up, feminists were supposed to look natural but for me dressing up was a secret pleasure.
Every-time I do a car review it is a celebration of proving I am worth investing in.
The interior of the Cullinan was called Charles Blue, it was stunning. How many versions of myself did I choose to opt for this week in the Cullinan? On a journey aboard this new Rolls Royce rare diamond en route across the United Kingdom. It is important I dress comfortably and empowering.
Benheart Leather Jacket
Made from the finest of Italian leather in Florence this Benheart bespoke dark blue leather jacket felt and looked edgy. I was comfortable driving in it. The interior design Charles Blue matched my jacket too.
With its black trimmings, the contrast worked with my black and blue jumpsuit.
Jumpsuits are so comfortable when driving any car. They look stylish and are versatile when it comes to wearing any shoes, jackets and accessories.
These jumpsuits are not for sale, I have had them for years now.
Stetson Cowgirl Hat
Every-time I drive a Rolls Royce I trend a Stetson cowgirl hat on this occasion I opted for a white hat. The contrast was an example of modes of expression. No matter where I drove it, I got noticed. The hat blends in well with the arctic white Cullinan.
Blue Paisley Silk Dress
Silk feels and looks amazing. As I dined out at Bovey Castle I opted for a long flowing silk dress. Wearing dressing down as charming as dressing up with a flowing feminine dress and dusty pink pumps.
Bovey Castle can only be described as the uncontrollable renewing of sunlight rays is fluorescent and parched by the inherited sun emblazing me closer to my destination of pure opulence of history.
Artist and goldsmith, Beatrice Pieroni Lubé lives and works in Florence. Over the last few years, she has exhibited in various Galleries, in Italy and abroad, and given life to performances inspired by the art jewel. Many of her “micro sculptures” have become part of important private collections. I opted to wear these pieces because just like the Cullinan they are a rare find. They are bespoke with many hours of hard work to create.
When I lay me head to rest, I place them on other sculptures to admire.
Italian Belt Buckle
So the myths are paralysed the myths are luminous riddles. Lugging the stones of womanliness peaking and popping when everything breaks. This belt buckle I found in a market in Cambridge. I love over-size belts they are a striking message of who I am when dressing up. I made this belt and it’s exclusive to me. Once again trending bespoke items to match my bespoke Cullinan.
I am still having to work hard and prove myself as an influencer. If you’re the kind of person who’s never been glamorised in fashion then you have to justify why you’re meant to be there through your efforts.
How I identify myself is a lady who never buy trends. I hunt throughout the world to find rare diamonds so to speak.