So I've got stuck on a colour again - please bear with me.
This 1970s Co-op Crimplene skirt is such a favourite. I always feel good in it.
Everyone needs an item of clothing like that, several/lots if you can find them.
Hmm, I probably should be looking moody and angry for this shot, but Eldest was taking the photo and made me laugh.
I'm fighting really, just doing it with a smile on my face (for once).
1970s maxi skirt - vintage fair
Blouse, belt, necklace and bangles - charity shopped
Vest - flea market
Other bangles - gift from darling Tania
Bastard massive Cancerian pendant - gift from Catsuit Queen Vix
Had some success on the crockery front at the flea market this week.
The Midwinter jug and dish, and the 1960s Alfred Meakin lidded casserole dish were out of the 3-for-a-quid box on one of my favourite stalls on Chesterfield flea market.
The brooch and other Meakin pot were £2 each.
I gasped when I saw the donkey in a charity shop, because I had the exact same fellow when I was a little girl. The sight of him evoked such a powerful wave of nostalgia, I had to bring his sweet tacky 1960s self home with me.
He probably dates from around this time - 1969. I was 5, my middle sister was 9.
My dress was pink and white gingham. And very short.
1970s skirt (shortened by me) - Ebay
Tights, t-shirt, cardigan and belt - charity shopped
Necklace - retail (sale)
Sunglasses - vintage shop
Shoes - jumble sale
It's been a beautifully sunny day today. Everywhere looks better for a bit of sunshine, even this city.
That's Vulcan up there on top of Sheffield Town Hall.
We called in at City Hall to buy some tickets...
...and went for coffee.
I will do my best to wear something other than purple tomorrow, honest.
I hope you are having a lovely weekend.