Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Bonus Boomstick Outfit Post!

Good afternoon.

As is so often the way when I do photos for big articles like my last King's Ginger one, I take a few extra photos for a super lazy outfit post. Because I *still* haven't processed my holiday snaps, here is something of a holding post, featuring the outfit I wore to Purdey for the aforementioned article!


I think this was the last warm day in London, the rain lashing my window as I type would seem to indicate that cotton dresses are a thing of the past now. This super-cute vintage Swirl dress is probably the tiniest bit small for me, but has cute folkloric people and things on it, so how could I not?


The best purchases are ones you make with friends, who give you great deals on things they want to see loved. These Miss L Fire shoes (from a few seasons back) come under that category - they were bought from my lovely pal Hayley and are pretty special.


That's basically it, sorry for the quick and dirty post! A few people asked about my hair in the last post - Hot Sticks, always the Hot Sticks! I haven't changed the way I do my hair since I made this video OVER FIVE YEARS AGO?! Blimey, time flies. Except in this post, I have obviously done a middle parting rather than a side one... method is exactly the same, though!


Fleur xx
DiaryofaVintageGirl.com

8 comments:

  1. Its basically all about trendy accessories and that is what women bother the most which is a good thing because fashion should be the one that is in trends.

    Beautiful Fashion

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  2. What a ravishing dress! Folkloric is now a word I'll attempt to slip in over the course of the day. And I have some fairly dull meetings so this should liven them up no end.

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  3. Wonderfully lovely ensemble. Those shoes are captivatingly fantastic and ohhh-so-pretty!

    ♥ Jessica

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  4. I have the same shoes and I love wearing them!

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  5. That dress is so cheerful and flattering! Love it.

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  6. nice style.

    the-renaissance-of-inner-fashion.blogspot.co.uk

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  7. Beautiful dress! This is my first time on this blog but im sure I'll visit you again soon.

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  8. The dress flatters you, dear.
    ..and, if I may notice: your hair has grown. :)

    Marija

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