1970's denim skirt-Goodwill
1970's acrylic polo neck-Mum's (she gave it to me when I was a teen because it was too short for her. As you can see, it is too long for me, and I had to belt it and pull it higher to look normal. I wonder if it would be a good length on anyone?)
Vintage Donegal tweed jacket-Hand-Me-Ups
1970's leather Mexican tote bag-Thrift World
Owl earrings-K Mart
Nine West Socks-Can't remember, they're old (I have them in several colours)probably Field's
Fragrance-Eau du Gaga (Yep, another Lady Gaga perfume. This one is a really decent leather/violet/woody scent that smells much more expensive than it is. I don't care for her music, but the fragrances have been great).
I still managed to get the chores done, and even stopped by the Ralston library in time to catch the end of their Friends of the Library Book Sale. I was restrained in the book buying, but I couldn't resist a Kosher Cookbook by a woman who's surname was, "Bacon." I had to buy it. I also found Eric Sloane's Book of America, and a collection of recipes from the Lewis and Clark expedition. As I said, I really tried to avoid buying many books...the video tapes for .25 cents were another story.There's so much good stuff out there that never made it to DVD.
I hope you're having a nice weekend, and that any detours lead you somewhere interesting and enjoyable.