Last week this very loud and horny Muntjac deer kept me by shouting in the woods behind my house, he was even louder than in this video
Oh I've been so bad, just buying and buying on ebay. I've really gone over the top, but I shall stop now. Probably. I've had a rubbish week due to feeling ill. I had a growth in my axilla (side bit) which is apparently a cyst, so nothing dangerous, but I do feel rather ill with it and antibiotics have been given. Illness and hideous lumps make me think of THE BLACK DEATH
Mike and I on the sofa.
Here's what I bought
MORE brown boots, these fit perfectly and are extremely well made in an old fashioned style. Melanie Bird will be very pleased as they're proper all lace up ones. Talking of laces, should I change them? Lace perhaps?
I was rather disappointed in this lace shirt, it was gold not white as it looked online, how can I de-frump it?
I've discovered an amazing Japanese ebay seller who sells cheap kimonos and (like mine) Haori jackets - this was £2.70 and the p&p was £5ish!
sleeveless 90s gingham shirt, I also got a sexy white linen skirt to go with it, no photo as it's creased like a bitch
I also got some green clothes dye and a Beatrix Potter biography. I've still got more stuff coming too!
I was lucky enough to win two tickets to The Vintage Fashion Fair London from Lakota. We were both dateless for the fair so met up for the first time, which was very exciting and did a little shopping. Lakota didn't pick up anything at the fair (which was quite small, with tiny beautiful expensive clothes)
I picked up
Lakota pointed out my pastoral tendencies, which was very accurate of her - in her latest post she mentioned me skipping through fields...
This is me doing just that last weekend
Curtise also picked up on my love of the country in this picture - saying this was my boyfriend and me - very accurate
Funnily enough I am a country bumpkin, well at least half. My mum's parents were both old families from the local area with my Grandad's traced back to 1521! No wonder I have ruddy hair and cheeks, not to mention the large bosom!
Back to Lakota and Camden, she's a gorgeous lady by the way who's just as witty in real life and should be in more photos.
This 50s coolie hat was £10, I'd always wanted one, but needed to scab money off Lakota as I'd neglected to get any cash out!
60s daisy clip ons... need to make these less painful
We got out of the fair, it was great but we were both having tropical moments. It was intensely humid and we were a little clammy. We headed to a near by charity shop
Gold clarks shoes
It's a trashy fimo tiger necklace!! I love it!
Lakota bought some extremely sexy designer jeans, which she thought was a vintage fashion fail but a great bargain - but I say finding great jeans is never bad, they're so hard to get hold of in the first place!
We commenced to an eccentric cafe, where we had a long chat about such weighty topics as education, religion and nail varnish.
I also picked up Epsom salts and gourmet herbal tea
Here's me modeling my kimono top from Miss Magpie sorry about the lack of make up
Here's my only charity shop purchase this week, a gingham smock top.
I'll be back with some outfit posts, I've been ill all weekend and the weather's been awful