What I Wore Wednesday

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Aug 292013

Here’s what I wore on Wednesday this week for a short post-work picnic in the park.

Floral dress and cable knit cardigan

I picked up this 1970s floral dress at a car boot sale for just £2.50 and have found it to be my go-to dress since. The chunky cable knit cardigan was one I got first dibs on but was actually destined for my shop. I now wear most of the winter through.

vintage cardigan with wowen leather buttons

Pleated neckline floral dress

Lovely woven leather buttons and pleated neckline detail.

1940s inspired white ankle sock and brogues combo

White lace knit ankle socks and brogues comdo inpired by the 1940s.

Flowers in my (blue) hair

Dress – car boot sale | Cardigan – Rag and Magpie shop | Socks – H&M | Caramel brogues and sunglassess – Primark

What would you wear with this cardigan?

Mar 272013
What We Wore: Orange On Orange

Due to the brrrracing weather her in the London at the moment I have become rather attached to the few long-sleeved vintage tops gracing my wardrobe. Thus I am wearing… shock, horror! ..the same 1970s shirt mentioned in my what we wore post three weeks ago. The same shirt yes, but looking different if teamed [read full post]

What We Wore

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Mar 072013
What We Wore

Today I was mulling around the office designing. As such I’m wearing a suitably comfy but slighly odd mix of 1970s and 1950s. I don’t usually wear 1970s but wanted a reason to wear an pointy collared orange shirt which once belonged to my grandmother. I matched it with a vintage Yardley lipstick in a similar shade…

Jan 042013
What I Wore: Mixing It Up

I don’t wear vintage everyday. However, I do like to have a slight vintage look even on those relaxed wardrobe days where you’re just mulling around the house or in my case today, meeting a friend for tea. You can acheive an easy vintage-ish look by mixing one-off vintage finds with selective high street vintage [read full post]