Friday, 30 May 2014

Lady Vintage & Animal Language

Bodysuit is thrifted | skirt is thrifted | brooch c/o Ladybird Likes | shoes are Naot | blazer and bag are thrifted

Lately I've found a number of wonderful woolen vintage skirts at the op shop, and it's made me realise that sizes were a lot smaller in the past - although I'm usually a size 8 or 10, when it comes to vintage skirts I'm always a size 12-14! To match my vintage outfit, I also wore this handmade brooch based on a vintage sewing pattern sent to me by Ladybird Likes - isn't it gorgeous?


This name-calling has evolved as a way of protecting the fairy wren against the cuckoo, whose mothers drop their eggs into fairy wren nests, to the fairy wren into raising their offspring. Read about it here!

I hope that you're all having a gorgeous day,







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10 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful look....I love it

    www.jayla31.blogspot.com

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  2. Today's science fact is something I already knew! Now I feel smart :P

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  3. That is the cutest brooch!!

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  4. You know what would suit your hair? If it was slightly gradient and faded to lighter at the bottom. When I first cliked on the post I thought it was doing this already!

    It is looking fantastic in any case, might I add.

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  5. this skirt is lovely! the color looks fantastic with your hair.
    Rebecca @ trbcca.com

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  6. That skirt is incredible. I love seeing all the wonderful things you thrift <3

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  7. Great outfit.

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

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  8. I noticed the same with vintage skirts! I love yours and that brooch <3

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  9. I am a fan!! :)))

    Everybodyssunshine.blogspot.com

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