It started on Valentines, one of my co-workers thought it
was a good idea to go to work with a bad cough and spread
her germs all over the place.
She got sent home last week, the boss firmly told her that
she didn't want more staff to get ill! It's not like she lose any
money for staying home until she's fully recovered.
Anyway, since I'm not well enough to do much I'm gonna
show you what a fat score we made on our Valentine outing.
First I got this at work:
Vintage slip, 50 pence.
1940's style dress, 50 pence.
Suits me to a tee. Perfect for a night out as well as at home.
Top, 50 pence.
My camera wouldn't let me take a better picture but it look
very much like the top/mini dress I blogged about here!
Vintage novelty mug, FREE!
Isn't she the most! Marked "Foreign" so I know for a fact it's old.
(Please have a sense of humor.)
This is what I found at Charity Shop, Burnt Oak:
Coconut earrings, £1.50.
Gift from my man.
Goes perfect together with my tropical outfits.
1950's case, £4.
Perfect condition on the inside, outside is also well kept.
It's getting harder to find vintage cases on the cheap.
1970's chopping board, 75 pence.
I like vintage chopping boards, don't know why they don't
make them like this anymore.
This is what I found at North London Hospice, Golders Green:
Vintage fabric, £2.
Has got a 1930's look and I will probably make a bikini or
a playsuit out of it.
1950's faux fur hat, £2.
Gift from my man, forgot to post about it yesterday.
And the vintage faux fur jacket, £6.
You might think my man is a cheapskate but let me tell you, I don't
like expensive stuff, I feel uncomfortable. I like a bargain more.
The cheaper the better. I'm very low maintenance and oh how my
man loves me for that. :))