A review of the Judy teacup stripe dress and Lucy forget me not cardigan from the Collectif SS20 range.
I've been experimenting a bit with fashion lately, so when the lovely team at The House of Foxy asked me if I would like to try one of their shawl collar blouses, I was very excited. The blouse is 1930s inspired, and is designed to be tucked into things (skirts, shorts and trousers mainly, although… Continue reading Review: The House of Foxy shawl collar blouse
Long-time readers of the blog may remember my review of the Dolly & Dotty May dress (which, coincidentally, I reviewed in May last year). I loved the dress, so when the nice team at Dolly & Dotty asked me if I'd like to review something else, I jumped at the chance. The Veronica is a… Continue reading Review: Dolly & Dotty Veronica dress
Happy Sunday folks! I'm writing this from my garden - I'm actually sitting outside, instead of being cooped up indoors and wondering whether it's going to be a light drizzle or torrential downpour outside. This makes me very happy indeed! (And of course, I'm keeping a close eye on that big grey cloud that's coming… Continue reading Q is for the Queen: the A-Z of a Vintage Girl in a Modern World
A couple of weekends ago, we had a little bit of sunshine, which was very nice indeed. Even nicer was The Boy turning to me on Friday night and saying, "Didn't you want to go to a vintage fair tomorrow? Shall we go?" He's nice like that. So, off we headed to Cambridge. We parked… Continue reading Review: Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair, Cambridge
This week, I struggled to think of topics beginning with 'E' for my A-Z. The Boy and I had a bit of brainstorm walking to the cinema last night, quickly deciding that 'elegance' was the way to go. For fun, here's a selection of other ideas: Exercise - because I've been doing a bit (and… Continue reading E is for elegance: The A-Z of a vintage girl in a modern world
This weekend, several rather exciting things have happened. On Friday, I saw some lovely chums who I haven't seen since I left my job, and had the most amazing ribs (if you're near to Hitchin, I'd definitely recommend them, and the restaurant they come from, Hermitage Road). As I left, one of the waitresses told… Continue reading C is for Cahoots and Car Boots – the A to Z of a vintage girl in a modern world