Or any colour really, I have grey, leopard print, and a strange indeterminate beast of a faux fur which makes me look like a 1970s pimp.
And if we're truthful, who among us wouldn't want to look like that?
Yet at Chesterfield flea market on Thursday, I found myself trying on a lovely vintage St. Michael honey-coloured fur, thinking I don't have one this colour...
Sadly it was way too big.
There will be others, I'm sure!
This one is called Doreen Shuttleworth, after its original owner, whose name is written on the label inside. Bless your great taste, Doreen, and the good care you took of your immaculate coat.
And this one is the Silver Fox.
I did have some good fortune at the flea market though, despite the faux fur disappointment.
Finally, a Dollyrockers maxi dress! Of course it is tiny and doesn't fit me, neither does the other fabulous 1970s dress (also too small), and the immaculate 1960s Welsh tapestry coat is too big.
To Ebay with them.
Thankfully, I did stumble across Baby Bear's porridge eventually...
... this 1970s English Lady maxi dress is just right!
And a printers tray, which doesn't have to fit. I have been keeping an eye out for one of these for ages, and at last it found me!
It needs smartening up and then it will be a lovely display unit for small random items of loveliness.
Dress, cardigan, hat, bangles - charity shopped
Boots - retail (sale)
Black and red were in order for Thursday and Friday, as well as the faux fur love.
1970s maxi dress - Ebay
1980s boots - Second to None
Sequin beret - charity shop
It's been bloody freezing here the last few days, but bright and frosty and pretty.
Boots, hats and fur - these are my weapons of choice.
Out tonight with the Ladies Purse - no quiz, just a boozy evening of much chat and laughter, I expect.
Hope you've got a great evening planned too!