Well, obviously I mean new to me.
You can't tell on the photos, but this early 1960s dress has a gorgeous sheen to the fabric, it's very pretty.
So pretty in fact that I felt obliged to change out of my boots into some T-bars and stick a feathered headband on. It worked for me!
I found this tooled leather bag on Ebay for £2.20, the seller said it was her grandmother's so I'm guessing Granny brought it home as a souvenir from Egypt or Morrocco in the 1970s.
This 1980s St. Michael navy polka dot pencil skirt was £2 from one of my favourite stall holders on Chesterfield flea market.
I was drawn to this book of piano music (75p) by the lovely illustration ....
... and I thought I might get it framed, but on reflection I'm going to work on the piano pieces and then force the kids to sing carols round the piano at Christmas. It will take me till Christmas to master the playing, but it will be worth it to piss the kids off. (Just so we are clear - I'm joking. I'll be able to play the music by summer really, hahaha!)
Tricel 1960s dress (vintage/collectables shop, £8), feather headband (charity shop, 50p), wedge-heeled T-bars (charity shop, £3.99), various beads, rings and bangles (had for ages, bought in charity shops or gifts), plus denim jacket which will be worn repeatedly as the weather gets warmer (£4.99, charity shop) and Clarks ankle boots (community fair, £2)
Hope you have all had a good day, lovelies!