As it was a special day, I just had to wear one of my favourite dresses...
This is the Anne Fogarty dress I purchased on the Sunday at Rhythm Riot 2013 and it is such a great little cotton dress. I'm surprised that this dress lasted until the Sunday of the weekender but I think it was because it was destined to be mine!
|Giggling because there were builders doing work on the street opposite and they were somewhat bemused by my "posing"|
The dress did actually come with it's own original belt which is in good condition as well. However, it could do with being an inch smaller (and because the belt is constructed in a particular way, it isn't possible to make it smaller) so I decided to wear this nondescript black belt instead.
OK, so on to the Mid Century Market... I'm so glad I got to go to this event, it was in a great location with lots of lovely traders selling 1950s vintage and vintage inspired items. Even though it was my birthday and I did have some cash to burn, I managed to be impressively restrained in my spending.
I bought a pair of 1950s cat eye sunglasses that I had been lusting after from Vera Mode Vintage. It was so good to see her stuff in person and I am surprised that I managed to walk away from her stall with only sunglasses!
I also treated myself to two pairs of vintage inspired earrings from Bow and Crossbones - so many pretty things at this stall!
Unfortunately, I only took one photo of the market but you can see how it is filled with vintage goodness!
The next fair date has already been set and it is on Saturday 16th August in the same location in Hammersmith, check out the website for more details. I really hope I can make it to this one too.
Dress: Vintage from trader at Rhythm Riot
Belt: Vintage from eBay
Jacket: Vintage from Ballyhoo Vintage
Shoes: Marks and Spencer
Bag: Vintage from Vintage to Vogue, Bath
Earrings: Vintage from Etsy
Bracelet: Vintage from eBay
Hat: Vintage from The Little Vintage Shop, Lymington