http://dividingmoments.blogspot.com/2014/10/lilli-ann-suit-journey-part-i.html has a lovely post on vintage suits-and you get to see one of her gorgeous Lilli Ann pieces. It got me thinking, "Hey I have suits I never wear", so I resolved to get them out of mothballs and onto the blog. I haven't tried any of the classic modeling poses yet unless you count, "Selfie in the bathroom mirror" as a legitimate pose.
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/01/us/hobby-lobby-case-supreme-court-contraception.html?_r=0) and I found this adorable cuckoo clock for a dollhouse. I affixed a pin back to it and now have the cutest little pin that seems to go with everything. The dollhouse section of the craft store is just full of jewelry potential. The clocks would make bitchin' cufflinks.
This is the last weekend for our farmer's market. I haven't gone a single time this year, so maybe I'll wake the kid up early and force him to go with me. Left to my own laziness it isn't all that attractive getting up early on a Saturday morning. I was a, "morning person" most of my life, so I rather think I've earned the luxury of sleeping-in. Once the time-change comes I'll fall into a more normal pattern, but now it is so dark, and cold in the mornings getting up is an effort.
60's/70's Country Miss tweed Suit-Salvation Army
Pendelton Country Sophisticates blouse-Goodwill
60's Marvella necklace-Hand-Me-Ups
50's Gene Dorris hat-Hand-Me-Ups
Dior Earrings-Thrift World
60's Gaymode shoes-Thrift World
60's Handbag-Ruby Begonia's, Lincoln, NE
Clock pin-I made it
Lippy-Revlon, Wine With Everything (don't I wish?!)
Fragrance- Innisfree by Fragrances of Ireland (you can't wear Tweed when you're wearing tweeds)