my new year’s resolution is to read more books (and i actually managed to read 3 books during the summer holiday – thank you baby naps!) i also think i need to dip into some classics that i have never read. and although my mom is a fan, i have never read anything by Agatha Christie. now i am even more determined since seeing  by Angela Mckay aka , inspired by Agatha Christie’s 1941 novel . think glamorous, murder mystery at an island resort…

you can buy the scarves at her . she also sells !


  1. Beautiful scarves! Definitely check out Agatha Christie’s, “And Then There Were None”. It’s her best selling novel and a good one to start with. :)

  2. No no! Death on the Nile first! More glamorous.

    I preferred Poiret novels to Marple, generally. And then once you’ve read a few of each, check out her strange, minor, short-story character Mr. Harley Quin.

  3. Love these scarves though! On the lookout for new books or old ones, I kind of just stroll around in book stores to find them :’)

    Hannie from

  4. I spend too much money because of your posts. Beautiful scarves. Some beautiful posters as well.

    Regarding books, I highly recommend Ali Smith. How to be both, or her latest book Autumn. Currently reading the latest Michael Chabon book. I have also heard Swing Time by Zadie Smith is great. And George Saunders releases his first novel soon.

    I love the modern classic American authors: Salinger, Hemingway, Faulkner, O’Connor.

    Happy mothering, happy reading, happy blogging!

  5. I love reading and I would like to read more, too!
    Also, I pretty much only read classics, so if you need quick advice I’d love to suggest my favourites

  6. Oh my gosh, I have read every single one of Agatha Christies mysteries and you just must read them too! Start with any one and you’ll be hooked. Such a big part of my teen years. And those scarves are gorgeous!

  7. Fräulein R. Reply

    I love Agatha Christie’s novels as well, I never read them until last year. Much like you I decided to fill a gap and was hooked immediately! I always preferred Poirot a bit to Marple – he’s more glamourous ;-)

  8. Such a great way of portraying the scarves. I love those still-lives especially. They really tell a story, each one of them does.
    As a fashion designer i know how hard it is sometimes to find strong inspiration and to then interpret it into your own visual language. She’s done a good job!

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