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Born Bad Betty

Born Bad Betty

I stumbled across this new site through a re-tweet from @VintageLifeMag on Twitter. In my Pieces of the Past post, I told you about my new 1950s housewife obsession. Yes, I’ve started watching Man Med, cooking, baking...

Fashion Bloodhound

Fashion Bloodhound

Mulberry, Alexa Sparkle Tweed in Khaki, £276.50 I first read about Fashion Bloodhound in a magazine, I think it was Cosmpolitan, quite a while ago. You know the feeling, you’ve got lots of designer...

Heels, Always

Heels, Always

Wedges, £15, Tesco I needed some new shoes for work and as I don’t have much time for proper shopping (mostly due to work!) I decided to try and find some beauts in Tesco....

Lost In Time

Lost In Time

Around the World Print Maxi Dress, £24 I love vintage clothing but I sometimes find it difficult to walk into a vintage shop and find something that’s going to look good on me. I...

Pieces of the Past

Pieces of the Past

Recently set up, the Pieces of the Past online shop is described by its proprieter as a “UK based vintage, rockabilly, pinup and tattoo scene inspired jewellery, apparel and accessory company”. Ok, so the...

Midi – The Short Girl’s Maxi

Readers, I have been AWOL for so long, but never fear – I am back! So let me just fill you in a bit about where I’ve been. Well since we last spoke, I...

Let’s Go Disco

Let’s Go Disco

Ok, so I love shiny. And I adore leggings. Therefore the trend for disco pants is pretty much right up my street. I have been hearing for a while about these but not paid...

BAFTAs Hit and Miss

BAFTAs Hit and Miss

I am well aware that I have been severely (and I do mean SEVERELY) neglecting this poor blog. Like a favourite friend that suddenly falls out of favour, I was posting every single day...

End of the Season

End of the Season

It’s always the same. The weather has justr started looking up here and the shops have got their winter clothes in. I even said to myself the other year, “I would hate to go on...

What To Buy Next?

What To Buy Next?

I never usually think to shop at Next. It’s always seemed too ‘mumsy’, my own mum has had the catalogue for as long as I can remember. But, whilst I was looking for a...