Still, I think I'll put myself on a
The remaining dresses consist of:
- A gorgeous eye-catching '70s shirt dress from Leonard of Paris (usually described a little unfairly as the French Pucci),
- A '70s belted shirt dress which was just the right length for me, and
- A light blue dress with scarf overlay.
And then, yes, I succumbed. I bought a playsuit. It wasn't too bad wearing it, although I'll just say that it does make going to the restroom more troublesome. And finally, a beautiful black shawl, for those days or nights, when I'm wearing something strappy and don't wish to bring a jacket or cardi out with me.
As with every binge or splurge, it's now time to return to far more frugal ways, even if I could argue that vintage shopping helps to save the environment (seeing as I am participating in the recycling of other people's unwanted clothing) and is cheaper than buying from the high street.
One thing's for certain. You can expect to see a write-up on the vintage shops on Brick Lane over the next few weeks or so!