Let's pack out shopping bags and head to the market for fiddleheads and early stawberries, some plants for the deck, perhaps a sweet scoop of ice cream.
Of course we're distracted by people-watching. I notice that most women are out of pants; dresses especially rule the sunny day.
A cherry print can't help but say "1940s", especially when piped in red:
Planting season at last! Her sleeveless dress nudges black and white toward spring:
This is a dress-length abstract-print tunic over footless black tights, but the kicker is her black lace and net bolero. Women here wear this look at any age, and here's to them!
She radiates pleasure; maybe it's the day or the macarons she is considering. Either way, I admire her Mexican blouse and her red frames:
Jean jackets, in colours that reference the season: White with turquoise scarf and tee:
Coral, over a beige to brown palette:
Young women—especially those with beautiful legs—choose sheer little skirts that float with the breeze, but anyone can borrow the freshness of blue-and-white:
I caught you looking at men! And a few did catch my eye. I'm partial to pink:
A happy printed skirt would be fun to wear. She is also about to have her hand kissed, what more could you ask for? That ice cream? Sure!