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Marvellous Mary and 50s Fever

My My My. What lovely people I met yesterday at Mary’s Marvellous Vintage & Craft Market.

I decided on a beautiful, nude early 1960s summer dress but, as the weather decided to take a rather unseasonal turn I had to top it off with my faux fur.

Nude but not Rude

Unfortunately I lost my glasses. Last seen on a strange young man by the name of Eddie.

Happy Shopper

I had such a fun day and made some purchases too. Including a hand crafted Easter card from Nicky Attwell, some lovely spring headbands from Happy Hare and I grabbed myself a gorgeous 1950s vintage sundress which I have decided to wear today, teaming it with a fun wicker basket bag, some faux pearls and pink catseye sunglasses.

Good Day Sunshine.

Pretty Pink and Pearly

Just the right size for cucumber sandwiches

Now all I need is a picnic spot and someone to pour the Pimms.

Enjoy your day.

Lady Fiona. xxx

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About thequeensdrawers

Lady Fiona Freeman at your service. A lover of all things vintage, kitsch and just down right unusual. I find inspiration from stylish ladies & gents and have two staff to help me run things (when they can be bothered)

3 responses »

  1. Ah that’s a delightful little sundress, such a pretty print!
    Lovely to see you, check out your supermodel posing and that red cap on my blog!
    Love Curtise x

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  2. I love the photo you put on your blog. Brilliant. I love your blog it’s great.
    If you ever put your gold shift dress or blue mini dress up for sale. Let me know and I will be first in line. x

    Reply

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