I can't praise the colour coral enough it seems… five posts on coral (coral 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) this year and now another. I love typing the word and saying it. Even if the colour is not QUITE coral, I still like to label it as so. It's a happy sort of pink that never reaches the depth of red and thank god it doesn't because then I'd start getting the fear. I've been waiting to break out with this new Tim Ryan fringe scarf (he's now stocked at Browns and is FINALLY gonna get with the times and have a website…). I must have dropped the coral hint pretty heavily because he came up with this amazing arrangement of colours of fringing on the scarf… deep deep coral, a sort of dark dusky pink and a bronzed peach on sewn onto pink lurex. I'm treading into Nigella Lawson lascivious language here but the fingers can't help it when you're staring at these kind of colours. Wearing it on the neck has sort of been out of the question as it's been getting up to around 28 degrees celcius in London even for someone like me who oddly doesn't sweat that much. So, around the waist it went today in a sort of Hawaiian grass skirt formation. Unlike grass though, this silk stuff was swinging around in a soft 'swoosh swoosh' motion, and has given me the major coral fix for the summer and beyond, boosted by other coral finds (EUR1 lace crop top, underwear, nail polish etc etc you get the idea…).