Ahh, don't we all love a self-indulgent armpit sniffing photo. You must be so tired of seeing this lace top, perhaps I'll get some new clothes in the near future... perhaps not. Times are dire: even in charity shops, you now have to physically dive deep into the sea of jersey - M&S V-necks and Next cardigans, anyone? - to find something interesting. OK, I exaggerate, because I did find this Orla Kiely-esque skirt for 75p. The 'Atmosphere' isn't that bad in there I suppose (those who shop in Primark and charity shops will appreciate this pun, if not, I will enlighten you: 'Atmosphere' is the most expensive designer brand a UK resident could ever purchase. Kate Middleton covets it and sends wistful evil looks to lucky owners. She smiles, but behind her teeth there is green venom a-bubbling.). No, I shouldn't complain; overall, they still do me mighty proud. Just please, stop pricing brand new dresses still with original tags that clearly say £6 on them at £8 or sometimes even £10. How dar'st thou, Salvation Army. Hang yo' head in shame.
Mushroom silk shirt, thrifted
Cream lace crop top, thrifted
Pastel pleated skirt, vintage
Heeled loafers, thrifted
Oversized leather clutch, vintage