Anyway, Saturday was something of a whirlwind. In the morning we had to nip to Earlsdon to pick up a mount for a photograph, before heading off to The Vintage Fair that was being held in St. Mary's Guildhall. We'd arranged to meet the delightful Roisin at the event, and we got there a tad early and joined what was already a growing queue. I'd decided to go all out vintage for the event and wear the 1940s dress I bought at the Criterion vintage sale last week, my turban (which I adore) and the vintage coat I bought in Bourton-on-the-Water a couple of weeks back. Hubby went all vintage too in his favourite 1940s look, but we realised once we were inside the sale that actually we really didn't need so many layers.
|Hubby and I rocking our 1940s look|
|What's under the coat|
|Busy shoppers at the vintage fair|
Hubby got this beautiful tweed blazer and a pair of brogues.
|Dapper hubby in his new to him Daks jacket|
|Lovely Roisin and I taking advantage of the lovely |
surroundings of St Mary's Guildhall
|Bailey's new bonnet|
|Lovely Roisin in my turban|
Anyway, before long it was time to say good bye to Roisin and head home. We'd had a lovely day.
Saturday evening, after a quick change (sorry I didn't get an outfit shot), hubby and I nipped out to a local bar. We didn't stay out too long though.
|Hubby and me on Saturday night|