Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Wednesday Wardrobe Challenge: A touch of History

Today's wardrobe challenge was "A touch of history" so I decided to wear this green vintage frock I bought a few weeks ago. Whilst its new to me, I imagine it has actually existed for really rather a long time. I guess since the 1960's.

I have to admit that recently I haven't been losing that much weight on the scales, but I must be shrinking as when I first bought this dress it fit like a glove and now its a little big! I must be doing something right.
This isn't a great photo, but I wore this necklace today and it's quite old. It used to belong to a Great Aunt (or possibly Great Great Aunt?) of mine. I never knew her, but my Mum used to go and visit her in Upper Hutt and when she died, my mum got a few of her things including this old necklace.

I decided to team this green dress with red accessories and then I realised I looked a little like a Christmas tree - I guess there's worse things to look like!
In other good news, my eyes are really starting to get better finally - hurrah! I even have approval from the optician to wear my contacts with my Princess Bubblegum costume.

Hope you're all having a great week so far - its already Wednesday - this week really had flown by!

OUTFIT DEETS:

Dress - Second Chance Fashion Sale
Shoes - Number 1 Shoes
Tights - Glassons
Ring - Clothes Swap Party
Ladybug Bracelet - Made by my friend Jess
Necklace - Belonged to my Great Aunt

15 comments:

Vintage Bird Girl said...

Yay for a green frock!!!! Love the 3/4 sleeves, & that necklace is rather special. Xx

Camelia Crinoline said...

It looks great. I love the colour. It looks like it'll be warm for autumn/winter. That necklace is lovely.

Preziosa said...

Cute dress!

pastcaring said...

It's a lovely dress, you are gorgeous in green! With your seamstress skills, you can always take it in a tad at the sides as you drop more weight.
I like it with the red accessories, I didn't think Christmas at all! xxx

Meghan Edge said...

Cute frock! I love the color.

Krista said...

Christmas ruined red and green and I love it together! Curtise is right you can always take the dress in a bit. Keep smiling you look great!

cb said...

i love that dress! you look great! i don't own a scale so i judge it all based on how my clothes fit but if you are staying the same then that means you are gaining muscle which is the BEST! i love looking at my arms now that i have started surfing & swimming, they are getting so BUFF! yay! hehe
xo,
cb

alicia said...

cuuuuute! i'm seriously so excited for princess bubblegum and fiona! <3

What Sadie Did said...

Ooh yay, how exciting that your clothes are getting too big!! See it IS worth all that effort!!! :D
I lost 5lbs since piling it on over Xmas, but i am NOT weighing myself this week after a week of having a guest here in NZ so eating out ALL the time! Eek! haha.

Sadie xx

Karolina B-H said...

beautiful color of the dress!!
xxo

Vintage Sweetheart said...

The colour is delightful and the necklace is the sweetest. I like the contrast with the tights. x

Kc said...

Hey Girly! Heh I am still alive, I have no Internet at the mo & have been trying to get it sorted for 2 weeks! :( hopefully by next week it'll be back. I need to get some blog posts sorted! Hope you're well :)

Kc

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his_girl_friday said...

I love it when clothes have history. That's a gorgeous dress!

one denim bird said...

Just popped over via The Secondhand Years! I hail from the Naki too! But I'm firmly rooted on Aussie soil now. The green really suits you and Yay for slimming down without really trying - whats ya secret?
Dee

Misfits Vintage said...

I always feel like a xmas tree too when I wear red and green together! You look gorgeous - I especially love the beautiful rose pendant. Sarah xxx