Since we're on the subject of things I need to stop buying, I might as well show you how I store my necklaces. Someday, that bear is going to come to life, leap from the wall, and maul me to death. *Cheerful voice* but until then, it is a nifty way to make use of wall space.
I'm not completely obsessive though. Look how well I've resisted cleaning the mirror!
1960's cotton dress-Can't remember
Cardigan-Dots, about 17 years ago
Hair bow-Tiff and Tam
Cable Tights-K Mart
Vintage handbag-Thrift store in Western Massachusetts
Fragrance-Elizabeth Taylor Passion
I'm going to be selling from a stall this year, and I hope to do well enough that I don't need to screw around with selling online. I have far too much vintage I don't wear, and don't want for my collection. Obviously, I'd never part with this dress, but how many yellow polyester pantsuits does a woman need? This woman, anyway. We'll see how it goes. I'm hoping local vintage shoppers will respond to reasonably priced, good quality, washed and ready to be worn clothes. I know I would.
If I make a profit, I can spend it on more vintage (and perfume). Because I'm hopeless, and hopelessly out of cupboard space.