This isn't a sexy, play-with-my-hair pose, I just have a stabbing pain at the back of my head😘.
But hey, I do what I can. We've had a hectic, mixed-up week around here (that's a grand understatement-stress much?!), but I still managed to get dressed. Can't say I didn't accomplish anything! My foot continues to heal, and hopefully by the time we go on holiday in April I will be able to manage without the funny shoe. I probably won't be back into heels, but anything would have to look better than this.
Right, complaining won't change anything, so on to the clothes.
Vintage jacket (part of a suit)-Long gone vintage shop in Brookline, Mass
Cowboy Boot (s)-K Mart
Vintage handbag-New Life Thrift
Vintage tooled belt-Thrift World
Fragrance-none this week as Danny has been asthmatic and although perfume has never triggered an attack, why risk it?
Shark socks-K Mart
I have a new glass kettle in my life. It won't look this sparkly for long.
The print looks Mexican, but it is fast fashion made in China. A genuine vintage skirt like this would be very costly.
Belt-came with a cardigan
Enid Collins bag-antique mall
Floral brooch-Tiff and Tam
Bakelite bangles-all over
I'm late to the Korean skincare fad, but at $2.00 for 60 face wipes, these were a good introduction. They do a decent job removing eye makeup, but if you're wearing liner and mascara it will probably require two wipes to get it all off. I bought these for travel, and I must say I'm happy with them. Big Lots carries the entire line in different formulations.
1970's polyester maxi-Salvation Army store
Enid Collins handbag-Antique shop
1980's Leslie Fay shirt dress-Goodwill
Misty Harbor raincoat-Etc Cetera, Seward
Earrings-New Life Thrift
And that's about it. Whew, what a crazy week. Next week doesn't look much better, but at least I have interesting clothes to keep me distracted. I wish someone could hit me over the head with a coconut and knock me out because that's about the only way I'm going to get any sleep.