Love 'em. But they don't half mess with your schedule.
I had all sorts of things organised this week, but one by one, the kids have succumbed to a 24 hour sickness virus, and had to be off school. Which curtails my activities too, of course. It's a good thing I didn't take that job, I'd be sacked for being so unreliable. Oh well, they are all better and will all back at school tomorrow, hurray!
So when one is confined to quarters, what else is there to do but dress up in homage to Soul Train from the early 1970s. Thank God for Youtube!
I found this C&A Clockhouse suede patchwork/faux fur jacket on Ebay. Judging by the label and condition, it must be a 1990s version of a 1970s style, but no matter, I love it!
I have a confession. Judge not, Vintage Sisters.
This jumpsuit is from Primark. There, I've said it. Not that I bought it from there, obviously I found it in a charity shop, but given that I moan on about crappy fast fashion being offloaded on charity shops and filling their rails with poorly-made mediocrity, I now feel a little hypocritical.
But I feel fabulous in it, so there. It makes me want to wear hats and get my groove on.
Step 'n' move your hips with a feelin' from side to side...
Clockhouse jacket and leopard print hat (Ebay), 1970s green felt hat and pendant (flea market), jumpsuit, belt, bangles, hoop earrings, shoe boots and scarf (charity shops)
I defy anyone not to move their hips to this. Sing it, Aretha. What it is, what it is.