Early 1960s top: Charity shop
1980s trousers: Charity shop
1970s bag: Charity shop
Velvet ballet pumps: Topshop
Just a very brief post to share an outfit I wore to see My First Sleeping Beauty ballet at the Peacock Theatre in Holborn last week with two of my sisters, two of my neices, a sister-in-law and my sister's father-in-law.
As you can see I'm doing my best Betty Draper 'impression' although we were in such a rush to take pictures that I had very few left to select from. The trench was an 'investment piece' from L.K Bennett, justified with my staff discount and I can thankfully say it really does go with everything and so I've been wearing it a great deal. The early 1960s top was £3.99 from a local charity shop in London, the 1980s but-could-pass-as-early-1960s plaid wool trousers are also a charity shop find, only this time from King's Lynn bought over a year ago. My mum bought me the blue velvet ballet pumps in the Topshop sale as one of my Christmas presents and the vintage 1970s bag I've had for years, also thrifted in King's Lynn.