I see a lot of client "regulars" on a weekly or monthly basis, but we've had some new folks coming in lately who've never met me. It's fun to see how they react - today, one of the gents said, "You're your office's Vanna White, aren't you?"
- Sweater - Dalkeith, vintage 60s, thrifted; last worn here in April with a salamander
- Skirt - Zara, consignment; purchased here for $23.39
- Shoes - Channi B; last seen here for Diwali in October with orange and gold
- Coat (below) - Hilary Radley, thrifted; last worn here in November with mostly matching mauves
If you don't know who I'm talking about, Vanna is on the game show "Wheel of Fortune", and she's famous for looking fancy (she wears gorgeous gowns) and turning the letters around, presenting them with a wave of her hand. That's totally me.
here), and was amused to find out we also have crocheting in common. I learned how to crochet when I was quite young - my Mom taught all the neighbourhood kids how - and I've made oodles of blankets and an entire runway line of clothes for Barbie dolls about 15 years ago. I've since gotten away from it; one does tend to accumulate wool, and I already have enough hobbies. But, funny coincidence.
So just call me Vanna.
Wearing one of my favourite vintage wool sweaters (not a single moth-hole - it's a miracle) that I've had for ages. I love the fit of it.
Outerwear - swaggin' in the Unsafe Ocelot.
- Faux fur scarf/wool gloves - Parkhurst
- Necklace - Renoir, vintage 60s, vintage fair
- Cuff/earrings - Renoir, vintage 60s, vintage fair
- Ball cuff - vintage 70s, vintage expo
I'm off for the weekend now and it's looking to be very busy. Vizzini knows that when we start bustling around that we're going out, and he hides under the bed.
|"I do not approve of your plans."|
I'll be back on Sunday with tales of adventure! Have a great weekend, and thank you so much for stopping by.