Diese charmanten Likörgläser habe ich gefunden und bin mir sicher sie kommen in sehr gute Hände (der Link kommt erst sobald das Päckchen angekommen ist). I found these charming Sherry or Liquor-Glasses and I am pretty sure they’ll be in very good hands (link will follow once the parcel has arrived).
Just a quick one. it is autumn. my favorite time of year. Another post about traditional style with a twist. still waiting for my new dirndl, sigh. This is what I wore. A blouse from Boden with iconic sausage dogs, a dress from modcloth (removed the buttons),„Wilson“ a 1950s mink headband, a tartan scarf I got in the peak district and a cowhide clutch bag from Nice.
So, nur mal eben eingestreut. es ist Herbst. Meine liebste jahreszeit. Jagd- und Trachtenstil mit Augenzwinkern. warte immernoch auf das neue Dirndl. Das hatte ich heute an: eine Dackel-Bluse von Boden, ein Kleid von Modcloth (habe die Deko-Knöpfe entfernt), „Wilson“ ein 50ger Jahre Fellhaarreif, einen Karoschal aus dem Peak District und eine Kuhfellclutch aus Nizza.
I love kitsch, be that quirky patterns, souvenir stuff or other fun things. I love to combine a plain grey tweed dress with wacky accessories to give it an edge. Picture time today with my forest friends! Apart from the button and teh Earrings I found the remaining jewellry on ebay. Socks are from Marks and Spencer, the heels from T.U.K.
Ich liebe Kitsch – das sind mitunter merkwürdige Muster, Andenken oder anderen Kram. Ich kombiniere gerne ein graues Tweed Kleid mit solchen Accessoires. Das macht es etwas schräger. Heute ein paar Bilder mit Waldbewohnern. Bis auf die Ohrringe und der Button ihabe ich den restlichen Schmuck bei Ebay gefunden. Socken Marks + Spencer (im Herbst) und Schuhe T.U.K.
„Santa Baby, just slip a sablesome bling under the tree, For me…Been an awful good girl…“
Today opens the Christmas market in town. The town centre is now full of little huts selling trinkets, artisanal stuff and lots of food – some is even pretty good! An entire alley (Glühweingasse!) is turned in to a mulled wine bar. Which is also the predominant drink you can get in town these days. You can drink in on an old school merry-go-round, in a giant Christmas pyramid and in front of dozens of huts. We even have a flying Santa Show!
About time to get some things matching the madness! Let me start with this – no matter how ironic you wear them, I am not really fond of Christmas sweaters. Even if you get a free Colin Firth with them. Especially the creepy ehm… humorous kind. However, I love a bit of Christmas Kitsch.
Novelty brooches, charm bracelets, silly earings and hats or fascinators are all fine with me. Fine enough to share a few of my finds (keep in mind shipping can take longer these days – AND don’t forget you might have to pay customs for some stuff!). So here you’ll find some vintage, some cheap high street stuff and a bit from Etsy – have fun! I am sooooo tempted to get the „Merry Christmas“ necklace. Would be my first one!
Frollein von Sofa makes delightful and fun little hats. So far only admired her work from afar. Guess some point next year that’ll change!
And this here is my personal bling for the season – the little sleigh brooch is vintage (another Ebay find). Got the charm bracelet 10 years ago (time flies!) as well as the earrings – it was from the States, where a nice lady was confused why she got all these orders from abroad, until I told her she made it into a German fashion magazine…
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