This dress late 50s Betty Barcley dress I found a couple of weeks ago at one of my regular visits to the Made in Berlin Store ... I thought this is the perfect piece to celebrate this indian summer we are having right now.
Freitag, 23. September 2016
Quite a little while ago I wore this outfit on a warm summer day to the flea market ... 40s chambray dress: eBay // vitnage belt: flea market // modern wooden sandals: fela market // 50s wickerpurse: thrifted // 50s strawhat: Bahar Berlin Edeltrash, a friends vintage shop ...
Montag, 19. September 2016
Some weeks ago I wore to work ... 50s-60s sweater: thirfted in the US // 50s skirt: Made In Berlin Store // shoes: Primark // strawpurse: flea market // Haskell style brooch: flea market ...
During out holiday in the USA this summer I mostly shopped mostly tops, sweaters and jackets ... This is something you rarle find in Germany.
Dienstag, 13. September 2016
It's already some weeks ago, when I wore this outfit on one of our Sunday Flea Market strolls ... 40s dress: Made In Berlin Store // shoes: Remix // 50s purse: Pick & Weigth Store // 40s-50s straw hat: got it from a friend ....
I'm so sorry for the lacl of posts but life keeps me so busy that it get's harder and harder on me to keep this good old project alive .... But I do my best.
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Mittwoch, 31. August 2016
What I wore to the flea market a couple of weeks ago ... late 40s dress: eBay // 40s blazer: from a Berlin shop that's gone // vintage shoes: flea market // 50s-60s purse: thrifted // 40s-50s straw hat: thrifted in the USA // 60s earclips: Bahar Berlin Edeltrash
For some obviuos reasons I'm not The Crazy Cat Lady ... but for sure The Crazy Hat Lady ... This year I wasn't able to let only one vintage hat behind ... They all had to come home with me.
On this day I found three late 30s hats on teh flea market for a steal. They need a little love but they are amazing. Two are in the last picture ... Hat maniac with a happy face!
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Sonntag, 28. August 2016
Sonntag, 21. August 2016
I wore this dress end of July, the day before my birthday .... 1950s dress: Resales Store // vintage belt: thrifted // shoes: flea market // 50s wickerpurse: thrifted in the US ...
I wear this dress rarely, because it's a bitch (sorry), if it comes to washing. The colour bleeds.
Just yesterday I had to give it a soak and I did my best. Ice cold water, soap just on the stain - caused by a belt I wore with it a while ago - and underarm erea ... I was so excited when I saw that the water stayed clear, when I checked on it.
Shock, when I lifted the dress out of the water, a waterfall of blood red water rushed down from the rose boarder of the skirt. Me: Yelling words I don't remember! But right away I turned on the cold water and let it run over the affected parts. Sweat from fear was running over my face.
In the end I suppose, I was lucky, I just found one spot in the rose boarder that is still redish.
Did you had experiences like this while soaking and handwashing your vintage?