Its been a while since I wrote an OOTD post, only because I’ve not bought much new clothing of late. However, this week’s purchase merits an OOTD revival. It’s not about the jacket, the dress or the shoes as they are all pieces that have been featured on here before. This outfit is all about the bag.
With the emergence of adult colouring books, flat t- bar shoes and a café where you can sample an endless variety of sugary cereals, it seems like there are many of us who reminisce about the days when our lives were all about writing in pencil, Knock Down Ginger and Saturday morning cartoons. The appearance of Play Purse onto the accessories market is right on cue.
I cannot tell you the number of miniature pocket-money purses like this I had as a child. Each starting out with an abundance of multi-coloured beads, and ending their lives picked bald and cast aside. To see this in adult size brings back many happy memories. Old school style in a big girl size. It even comes with extra beads in case I want to go the whole hog and relive the bead picking experience, but with a big girl price tag I doubt it.
Hey people! Yes, I know its been a looooooooong time since I’ve posted but I’m going to get back on track. I do a lot of updates via Instagram so if you’re not already following @fatgirlclothes, do so now!
The latest FGLNCT news…… We’re coming to Brighton! When I say “we” I really mean me and my mannequin Lucille. She does the modelling, I do the talking. If you are in Brighton this Sunday 19th April, come along to the Corn Exchange and say hi! Church Street, BN1 1UE.
See you there!
In London today? Nothing to do? come along and get a few bargains! I will be there with lots of plus sized vintage items and some of my own personal vintage too. Come and say hi!
Wishing you all a joyfully prosperous and wonderful 2015. Also extending a major THANKYOU to everyone who has helped me with Beloved Endeavour over the past year or so, whether you have bought an item, shared a post, commented, or just hit the like button. No matter how small you may think your input is, it doesn’t go unnoticed and it’s greatly appreciated. You all help me to keep going and again I thank you.