I have met Lizziehttp://www.thewasherwoman.blogspot.com/ a few times and she is always wearing a lovely vintage dress, as she was last Sunday when I was moaning to her that I can't find vintage clothes to fit me, then along came Katie http://www.textiletreasureseeker.blogspot.com/, who was wearing a lovely skirt and she looked very pretty. As Lizzie said about me " you're not big, just a difficult shape", I totally agree, I am only 5'3, slim on the bottom half, small waist & pot belly, larger on top! So my staple look is jeans, top with a v and buttoned close fitting cardi. This is okay usually but after last Sunday at the Blind Lemon Fair in Cheltenham, I think for this Saturday at the Northampton vintage & homemade fair http://vintageatthecornerhouse.blogspot.com I need to make a better effort.
From my vast eclectic wardrobe I have sorted two different looks, so what do you think?
Dolly is modelling an animal print dress and cardi, the necklace is from some old pearls of my Gran's with a brooch that I picked up at the cb.and this would be worn with tights and boots, although not my favourite boots as they are really clumpy riding boots.
My pink clogs are comfy but at the moment can only wear with jeans as its too cold for bare legs
I was thinking of this red cardi with a tee and jeans
and animal print flats sort of Chanel/nautical
If the weather was sunny and/or as the fair is an Easter fair, how about colour in this 50's style skirt, it will have to be boots or green Mary Janes, but I don't think that I can stand in the heels all day!
What a dilemma!