Hello! I hope everyone's been having a fun weekend! I sure have! And I feel like I've barely seen L all weekend, so forgive me but here we go.
Saturday! This is my pre- and post-Ultimate Frisbee game outfit. I take all of this off at the field and get dressed in my workout pants, t-shirt, soccer cleats and a Carolina Panthers ball cap. I even change my classes, and of course, all the jewelry is off.
No stair shot that morning, as the ratty carpeting in the stairwell is getting replaced. How exciting!
This pink top was last seen here with bark in June. I love the cowl neckline - and it actually managed to look good with my sports bra on under it (not always a given).
here in May, when I wore it to Ultimate and to Winesday.
After Ulty, I did a small grocery shop, cleaned the house, showered had a nap and got ready to host Winesday - L headed off for a night with the menfolk. I made white wine sangria, and put on a massive spread of cheeses, and my awesome girlfriends also brought food and wine. We hung out until the wee hours. It was wonderful!
here (2nd outfit) earlier this month with clamdiggers.
Top (Liz Claiborne, thrifted), skirt (Cute Options), shoes (Born, thrifted), necklace (consignment), earrings (real gold, gift from L).
I was good and interspersed water with my wine, so even after a 2am bedtime I was able to drag my butt out of bed and get ready to meet up with Cat and Elaine for a Vintage Fair at Point Ellice House.
You can see the sections of the stairs still waiting for carpet. I might have to wait until after work to do a stair shot tomorrow, if the workers are there early.
I last wore this crazy dress here in April with silver and turquoise.
I belted it this time, which made it slightly more flattering, but it may be time to pass this craziness on to someone else. It's a novelty dress, and it doesn't do wonderful things for my figure, I know.
Another pair of shoes that I don't 100% love but perform a useful function (that of the white walkable shoe) in my wardrobe. The silver insides are starting to come off on my feet when I wear them, but I'll see if I can stretch them until the summer is over. They were last seen here (2nd outfit), in yet another outfit I wore to the Ulty field. Ha, I sense a theme!
I love wearing my mom's belt.
I actually wore a white cardigan over all of this business, but I was rushing for the bus and forgot to take an outfit shot of it. Fear not, there's another shot of me coming.
Dress (Berkertex, thrifted), belt (vintage 60s, Mom's), shoes (Aerosoles, thrifted), earrings (thrifted).
Cat, Elaine and I all met up on the bus to go to the Vintage Market on the grounds of Point Ellice House*.*links 'cause I love, of course!
It's an old heritage house filled with the family's Victorian-era belongings. I've done an audio tour in the past, and you can have English tea on the lawns. It's a cool location but it's right in the middle of one of the biggest industrial areas on Victoria's Inner Harbour waterway.
Overall, it was warm but overcast, so many of the vendors had white tents up in case of rain. We lucked out and it even got sunny for a bit.
I admire the attempt, but yeah...
We got there quite early, before it got really crowded.
Around the other side of the house were more booths and tents.
I loved these masses of colourful bouquets.
They insisted I sit next to this bed of nasturtiums.
I really liked the label on this old steamer trunk.
I meandered away from the crowds to look at the waterfront.
Looking south, to the Bay Street Bridge.
And looking north:
However, caught the bus back to town. Looking towards town.
Cat is an adventurous woman!
We had caesars and mimosas with our delicious breakfast. I am obsessed with this painting in the restaurant.
I did buy one awesome thing at the Vintage Market:
Let's look at it again:
here, in 2011), but this is The Empress of Crystal Necklaces. And with earrings! I spotted it in a box with some other items, but no price on it. I inquired, and was told...$22.00. That's a bargain! The necklaces sell for around $100.00 - 250.00!
And to have the earrings...
Phew! Well, there you go. My exciting weekend.