OK, I'm back. After a quick check of the first few Google results, it seems no one knows. So that's settled.
Early 80's Amana Woolen Mills Cardigan-ish jacket-Thrift World
Pendelton Country Sophisticates Blouse-Goodwill
1970's Terrycloth skirt-Goodwill
1970's shoes-Thrift World
70's metal mesh handbag-Thrift World
Slip (bunched-up under skirt-sadly everything shows through terrycloth) Filene's ages ago
Fragrance -Some new Boucheron fragrance that smells like cotton candy. Odd stuff, review coming soon.
Since that whole, long sleeves under short thing worked so well with the Amana cardigan that isn't a cardigan, I thought I'd give it a try with this awkwardly swingy plaid jacket that isn't quite a jacket (I have a lot of clothes with identity issues). This looks like a maternity outfit. It isn't, but something about the cut of this jacket makes me look third trimester.
This is a look best left to people taller than 5'2.
Knit swingy jacket thingy-Goodwill
Act III 1970's blouse-Goodwill
1970's Ultra Suede skirt-Goodwill
Bakelite clip earrings-Thrift World
Fragrance-Woman by, Jovan
Funny story-I had to run Danny over to the county Extension office with a moss sample from the yard for identification (don't ask). Danny wants to dig up a clump of it for making terrariums and fairy gardens, and would like to be able to know what sort of moss it is, and if he can collect spores to grow more. They were unable to identify it for him (leave it to my kid to grow oddball moss) but we're going to take it next week to the University in Lincoln for further testing. They don't see too many children marching in with moss samples, so they were quite nice and let him use their high-powered microscope to get a better look at the roots. I've said this before, but it is worth repeating-your local extension office is a great resource for questions about gardening, canning and preserving, insects-you name it! I've lost track of how many times I've had questions answered by the great staff and volunteers, but I am so glad to have their help. I also learned that the white things on the underside of ferns aren't a disease-they're spores. Exciting! I fully expect to open the door to my son's room and find mushrooms growing out of his stinky gym shoes. I'm sure there's enough dirt and organic material in there.
Driving home, I start smelling something-not bad, but familiar like I couldn't quite put my finger on it.
"Are you wearing cologne?" I asked Danny.
"No, but I'm holding an open vial of fresh moss."
It wasn't exactly Mitsouko, but I thought there was something chypre-ish coming from the back seat!