Today's Outfit: 1970's dagger collar blouse (50p, car boot sale) Cut-off jeans (20p, jumble sale), Vintage suede boots (£4.99, British Heart Foundation), Playboy belt , Flower (50p, carrier bag full, jumble sale)
Starting with the kitsch Playboy belt I bought today there's definately a pin-up theme with my car boot finds this week.
In my opinion old school starlets were definately more attractive without the aid of liposuction, breast implants and lip fillers.
This 1956 edition of Blighty cost £2 and features Lili Berde, a Greek classical dancer, as the cover star. The pin-up publication ran from 1916 until 1958 until it was rebranded as Parade and was intended as a humorous magazine for servicemen.
Inside we have snaps of Anita Ekberg as a slavegirl in the film "Zarak"
Diana Buckingham from Yorkshire.
Some rather risque photographs of "glamorous Pat Williams" and "Muscleman Charlie Naylor" indulging in some "beach games".
These Pin-up Girl seamed stockings and 1950's bathing beauty cocktail glass markers are more of this week's purchases.
I'm sure the male guests will enjoy these curvy beauties dipping their toes in their wine on Saturday evening.
Sadly I'm lacking in some of the assets those beauties were blessed with.
3 Foot tall cinema advertisement for cigarettes we bought a couple of years ago from a car boot sale.