After wearing an unusual (for me) amount of black, I did promise you some colour, didn't I?
And I like to keep my word.
I've had a busy week.
I've been either working, shopping, cooking, doing laundry, or catching up with friends; throw a British Gas engineer visit, two parents' evenings and job interview into the mix, and blogging finds itself at the end of a long list of Stuff To Do.
This is what I wore to my interview.
A job selling vintage should come with a requirement to wear it, don't you think?
1960s Admyra jacket and 1970s St Michael pussy-bow blouse - charity shopped
1970s Tricosa maxi skirt - antiques centre
1960s vinyl bag and ankle boots - Ebay
Bangle - gift from Fiona
I am waiting to hear the outcome of the interview; they will either think I have a passion for vintage and a wealth of great ideas, or that I am an annoyingly gobby know-all .
We shall see.
1970s maxi dress - £5 sale rail, vintage fair
Jacket, clogs, necklace and bangles - charity shopped
I match the fuchsia, lavender, and the turning leaves of the Virginia creeper.
My new-to-me 1970s apron has a distinctly autumnal look to it as well; by rights, it should belong to (pinni)Vix.
I might just sneak in to Patti's Visible Monday party (even though it's Thursday - oops.)
Right; more cooking to be done now, and hopefully I'll be catching up with you all later.
It's all go!