Well I never, we had quite a little snow blizzard today- all very fine and dandy, but we were unable to reach our destination- A vintage fair. Oh, fiddle sticks. I hate to think what I’ve missed, some real goodies, I bet! Ah well, better safe than sorry. We only got as far as the outskirts of town before we encountered rather hefty queues up the hill. This certainly was a no no, so our mission was abandoned. It wasn’t all doom and gloom though and apart from missing the Vintage fair, I did manage to have fun walking round town, picking up supplies with ma, for our rather large festive family (The sister and her fella came thankfully back yesterday for Chrimbo!).
Everything looked so lovely, enhanced by the Georgian architecture no doubt. Snow + a Georgian town = pure Christmas card merriment and one happy bunny (or Tups!)
I togged up in a thick sheepskin, which is so unbelievably warm, so Little Jack Frost did very little nipping at anything today- not even my nose, which must be a first! I have a longer beaver-lamb coat too, I think I would be positively roasting in that one. So I certainly recommend sheepskin for warmth, folks!
1940’s sheepskin coat,
1940’s Christies hat,
1940’s vintage pattern plaid skirt.
Vintage orange cable knitted Jumper,
1940’s/50’s and the prettiest Duggie wool scarf,
1940’s vintage knitted gloves,
Morland zipper boots.