They probably had a fancy champagne brunch before spending the day shopping and coordinating looks!!! It’s no accident that they both have off-the-shoulder dresses with ruffles on the sleeve, perfect curls framing their faces and, finally, similar poses.
On the left is Sir Peter Lely’s “The Duchess of Portsmouth” and on the right is Pieter Nason’s “Portrait of a Lady.” SHOCKER! Even the artists share the same first name.
“If you’ve got a headache today, then ought you to wash your hair?”
“I ought not to, but I want it nice for tomorrow.”
“Tomorrow? What are you doing then?”
“Confidentially, Portia, I don’t know what may happen.”—Elizabeth Bowen, The Death of the Heart (via glutyoursoul)