I spent nearly 80 € and here´s what I got:
|The dress is missing some insert-collar-blouse-like-thingy|
(I really have no idea what it´s called in english...) but it was love
at first sight. Also has the original belt. 19,99 €, nearly perfect condition.
Can´t complain about that, right?
|I´m not sure when exactly this was made, somewhere between|
the 70s and the 90s guessing from its Union Made label, but it reminded
me of Tashas Victory jacket AND it´s bright red. How could I not? I found
this in the pay-per-kilo-section.
|Needs to be shortened but looks niiiiice with slacks.|
|And then I accidentally bought a vintage Hugo Boss jacket|
for 17,99 €.
|And here is my favorite. This thing fits like a glove|
and is in perfect condition. 19,99 € as well.
Looking at the last dress I wonder if it is inpropriate to wear a black dress to a wedding? I´m invited as a guest to a wedding in autumn and while I plan to sew something colourful for the occasion I know that I´m the slowest seamstress and there is a chance that I won´t have anything nice to wear otherwise. So I´m asking you, is a black dress acceptable for a wedding?
In other news I´m doing things with my hair. Things that need patience. Here´s a quick preview:
I´m working on an all colour head. And I´m so looking forward to the day when it´s finally just one colour, not 50 shades of blue-green-grey-black. Getting rid of nearly 10 years of dark dye is no fun... But I already had people ask me how in the world I managed to get such a great blue-green gradient. Hah, little do I know. But it´s all in one bottle of blue dye :)
The hairstyle is based on Tashas famous back role with a scarf. And now I mentioned her twice in one post and can officially confess that I´m a fan.
That´s all, Folks!