Yesterday's charity shop buys were far too good to be kept for their original purpose. There's no way this pretty 1960's St Michael Bri-nylon nightie in blueberry and violet tones should be hidden away from the world and worn to bed, I'm re-purposing it into day wear.
After a day's charity shopping I couldn't get these Dolcis shoes on my feet but this morning they slipped on perfectly. Now they're on they're staying put. It's a crime to keep them for evening wear, a bit of daytime lurex never hurt anyone.
A pair of vintage shoes in a 7B, a perfect fit for my long, skinny feet.
I bought this 1930's parasol from a car boot sale last spring for £2 and spent the whole of the Glastonbury Festival regretting not bringing it with us. What's the betting I'll remember it this year and it'll rain for the whole week?
|Charity shopped 1960's nightie (£1.95) and vintage shoes (£2) worn with turquoise tights, Lord Python of Sheffield 1970's pendant (Car boot sale 50p), stacks of second-hand bangles and a peach and tangerine hair flower (hand made by me)|