Another week of Me-Made-May outfits! Isn't his month going by so fast? Here's my round-up of outfits from this last week...
In celebration of Cinco de Mayo, I wore my 'Kitten' 1950s skirt and my 'Pretty Pendrell' blouse underneath a sweater (it's still not that warm yet!).
It's a Scottie dog day!! I wore my new 'Scottie Dress' (McCall 3820 from 1940) with my Scottie dog shoes from Irregular choice and my Ness jacket.
I love my 'Luck o'the Irish' dress (also
from 1940) so much--it's super, super soft. The green is a hard colour
to photograph but it's a bit more emerald green in real life!
I revisited an old favourite today, my 'Midcentury Madness' dress which I wore with a pumpkin cardigan and brown Mary Jane shoes.
Day 9: Big day at work today!! This is my power outfit. The 'Hawk's Eye View Dress' is from the BurdaStyle Sewing handbook. I paired the dress with my red Ness
Jacket, vintage 1940s shoes and a red belt. We took the photo in our
very brightly painted hallway--which messes with the colour a bit (no
need to adjust your screen...lol)!
On day 10 I wore my 'Rabbie Burns' dress. I just love this dress and wear it all the time. I wore it with black boots and a black belt.
Date day! David and I went to our favourite local tea parlour, Anteaques, to enjoy high tea. I wore my 'Celebration' dress while enjoying Margherita Assam and a tasty scone with fresh cream and jam.
A trip through the local Regent Road Park called for a casual dress. I wore my 'Purple Parfait' pinafore with my 1940s Dubarry blouse.
YAY! Me-Made-May is so much fun. A super big thank you to David for taking all the photos!