Friday, April 29, 2011

This has been an important fashion season for more than just Kate Middleton.

Take for instance the lovely Lady Lashley.  I do say her spring fashion debut has been quite impressive thus far.

One of her most fashion forward moments this spring would have to be the second birthday party of Little Lord Ross.  Designer, YaYa, did not disappoint with this colorful sundress.
Oh, watch as she pays mind to one of her adoring fans.  Gracious, indeed.
Just this week alone the lady has had many opportunities to make a fashion statement.  For instance, Easter Sunday.  I hear she designed these darling birds' nest cupcakes especially for the occasion.  She is, as they say, quite the creative type.
Oh, and how absolutely wonderful of her to pose for a picture with the wee laddie.
It is unfortunate that the weather did not cooperate that morning.  Natural light would have been much more pleasing to the eye.  Whatever can we do about it?
Oh the silly lad trying to steal the spotlight.  What poppycock!
Aw, the class trip to the zoo.  What, jolly fun!  Of course, Lady Lashley would not hear of wearing an ordinary school t-shirt.  It would just be shameful.
Blimey!  That silly lad is letting those lassies fawn over him as if he were Hugh Hefner.  Goodness gracious me.
But let's move on to the topic at hand, shall we?

The Lady's first piano recital was yesterday and, yet again, she wore another Yaya original.  Once you find a designer you can trust, there is simply no reason to shop around.
Simply smashing!
And aren't these two looking quite grown-up? It seems like just yesterday.....
Crikey!  That frightening woman got in the way of our shot.  Bug off, you ninny!
She is indeed a diligent student heading straight to the practice rooms before her piano performance debut.
What a natural.
And finally, we mustn't forget that today was the Oklahoma Land-Run at her little school. Sounds quite like nonsense if you ask me, but you can't argue that her dress was over-the-top yet appropriate at the same time.  How does she do it?
Her great-grandfather, the Lord William himself was frightfully pleased.  I say!
Sheesh!  All this malarky has me tuckered out.  I think it's time for a spot of tea.  Cheerio!


Allison Harms said...

Love this post! And love seeing her playing the piano. A girl after my own heart :)

Gena said...

This is one of my favorite posts ever. I love the clothes, love the toothless smiles, love the longer curled grown up hair, love the piano, and you KNOW you better have that little princess call us when she has her second piano recital. I'm sick!

Wa Wa Waughs said...

LOL! I guess you know Yaya could make a mint with her designs. You could too with your hilarious posts!

Elizabeth Mullins said...

I have been completely won over by all of your royalty! Great post!

kj said...

I am telling you I WOULD buy Lady Yaya fashions at Dillards or Macy's!