Hope you are all having a good week. Thank you for your lovely comments about my skirt posts. I have more to show you today.
First though I want to tell you about some amazing vintage biscuit and cake tins which I have bought recently:
Its funny how Monday is not a good blog day for me - I seem to be incapable of taking a photo of my outfit or even feeling like blogging. Tuesday I wore my Diane Freis dress again - with a waistcoat as it was ever so slightly cooler. The photo is a shocker and I see I have cut my head off and I am also wearing yellow sneakers which I did not wear to work but clearly was wearing at the end of the day at the time of the photo shoot. Yes, those are the cricket wickets in the background, 11yo daughter has been practising.
Anyway, on Wednesday I had a very important union meeting with management and I usually wear red because I like to be dressed
This time I paired it up with a white tee shirt (originally a crew neck but like the lovely Desiree I can't stand tight collars so I cut it off. What you can't see is that it has an unusual marionette design over the left shoulder.) An old belt and some wedges complete the outfit - as you can see my number one fan loves it. He is such a smoocher!
I also have a confession: I am a technical dork. I could not make my email programme send my outfit photo to the fabulous Tamera who had a birthday party in the weekend. I tried and tried but the computer/internet said "no". To compensate I thought I would show you what I did wear in the weekend and would have worn to Tamera's party:
Here I am at an Art Deco Festival in Ranfurly. Ranfurly is a very small town in the middle of nowhere and in the 1930s there was a big fire and a whole lot of the town was rebuilt in Art Deco style architecture. I am wearing a vintage "Truly Fair" sun dress which I bought a couple of weeks back at the Presbyterian Support shop for $8.
The milk bar is now a museum and full of lovely treasures which made me wish I could go back in time and live as a flapper.