Yesterday, I went along to Judy's Affordable Vintage Fashion Fair as mentioned in my last post.
First things first, here's what I wore:
DRESS: Primark (via Ebay).
CARDIGAN: Forever 21.
BELT: River Island (from a playsuit).
TIGHTS: Dorothy Perkins.
POINT OF FASHION: Autumn pastels.
I bought this dress from Ebay last week for only £4 including shipping which was a right little bargain.
I have NO idea why it is so low cut - it's not really decent for anyone to wear that low without a vest underneath, but I have a few plain black ones so it's not too much problem.
It's also my first time wearing that cardigan since I bought it in New York back in June.
I just adore it, but haven't been able to find something exact to go with it, but I love how it compliments the blue dress.
Also, I LOVE white tights - they're such a welcome change from my regular black.
Notice anything different about the picture?
Yep, this picture was taking with my brand spanking new DSLR which I am in lurrrrve with.
It was so frustrating to have a lovely new camera and nothing interesting to take pictures of for the first few days.
So I snapped away at the fair, and here's some more photos:
The ever lovely Jayne of The Libertarian, one of my favourite independent designers.
(You can check out my review by clicking here)
I love that she took down her "No Photographs Please!" sign so I could take this picture, teehee.
Me and Sam trying on empty frames.
We look a bit like Blanche Hunt and Deirdre Barlow.
Sam's wearing a dress made by a local fashion student at (my alma mater) Newcastle College.
My friend Neale in his new Criminal Damage jacket.
I was so pleased to see Rosie who I met whilst working together at the Vintage Kilo Fair.
She was in charge of handstamping, and was wearing a beautiful floaty maxi dress from the 1970s.
Sorry that you can't see the clothes properly, but I'm saving them for Outfit Posts, where you'll be able to see them all dressed up.
Unfortunately I was unable to make it to Made In Newcastle's last day, as originally intended, as I wanted to catch up with my friend Poppy (who has a great blog called Bears and Bunting) as we haven't seen each other in aaaaages.
Apologies if these took a little while longer to load, I've started using PNG files instead of JPEG for quality.
I'm just experimenting with them at the moment from post to post - but please let me know!
PS: I almost forgot to mention - the reason I'm putting my blog address on the outfit photos is because lately I've found my pictures being used on plus-sized fashion Tumblrs.
Which I don't really have a problem with, except that 50% of the time there is no link back this blog. xoxo