Hello, remember I mentioned a protest march I was going to last weekend? Well it dawned a beautiful calm sunny day with blue skies and a temperature high enough to have bare arms. I wore my Paul Klee top (which started life as a maxi dress and has been reincarnated as a top and a skirt). Not visible in the photo are the jeans and boots which were thrifted too.
On Sunday I went to Savemart and found quite possibly the world's most amazing pair of boots. They are exactly my size, leather and barely worn. Okay, so they are a funny shade of pink and the embroidery is a little garish, but I loved them. At only $7 I would be mad not to love them. When I got home I made carrot soup and waffles.
|Home-made skirt, St v de P|
Tee shirt, Hospice Shop
Belt, Presbyterian Support Shop
Some how the blogging vibe deserted me all week, but as the photo below shows, Monday was not a bad day - it was nice weather so I could have bare legs. I wore one of my magic skirts (made from old saris), grey thrifted tee shirt, pink accessories and a couple of anti war badges on a retail jacket with cropped sleeves.
|Magic reversible sari skirt|
Grey tee shirt, Hospice shop
Pink Melissa Shoes
Pink and gold vintage beads, Hospice shop
Bangles all thrifted
Badges/buttons had for years!
|Denim Skirt, Toffs $2|
Black long sleeve top, Toffs $2
knitted halter top - made by me
fancy Italian tights (with the toe unpicked worn as footless tights) $4, St v de P
Boots, $7 Hospice shop
Now I feel all content and sleepy - full of good food and warmed by the fire. How about you? How was your Saturday??