I kicked off Friday by buggering off of work early (but I was done all my work, I swear) and then heading down to visit my sponsor, Imagine Vintage. Here are some of the things I picked up (note the self-portraits - I'm working on my resolutions already!)
|I didn't spot these pins until I was at the till, but aren't they just darling?! I first saw the poodle ($4) and squealed out loud, and then Peggy directed my attention to the Scotty ($10). I just had to snap them up!|
|While this 50s brush isn't a direct companion to the 50s mirror I picked up last time, |
it's a pretty close match and looks great with the rest of my collection! ($16)
|More hats! I think this brown turban will be great for lazy days ($16)|
|... while this coral hat ($35) will be fantastic for dressing up|
(come to think of it, it went really well with this outfit)
|Another warm pencil skirt, this time in pumpkin ($20). |
Worn over my Diane wrap dress.
|These are the COMFIEST shoes ever. |
Bright red, never worn loafers in my size? Yes please ($18)
|Black oxford high heels, need I say more? ($20)|
|How adorable is this purse? It's a 1960s wicker handbag in great conditions.|
I can't wait for summer to roll around so I can wear it with sundresses and big floppy hats!
|Diane wrap dress | scarf worn as bandeau|
This is the little flu culprit, reading magazines with my dad. Isn't she adorable!
Alas, someone was still carrying around very resilient germs because on Jan. 2, G and I both woke up at home sick and my mom was sick on their way back to Saskatchewan. I've certainly have had worse bouts of the flu (I still remember how terribly sick I was last year at Christmas and then woke up NYE with pick eye - belch!) but it's still no fun!
I thought I was better today but when I got to work I realized I would be more productive if I stayed home a day and got better.The latter part of today was spent drinking ginger ale and working on my resolutions of reading more and following the 30 day cleaning guide. How are your resolutions going?