Most of my wardrobe is filled with second hand clothes, here are some of my recent charity shop outfits,
I rediscovered this fabulous seventies crochet shawl in a box when we moved. We lived in the same house until I was 27 and we had lovely lady neighbours on each side, Aunty Betsy and Aunty Rose (they both had husbands, Uncle John and Uncle Bill, who sadly died years ago). Aunty Rose had a fabulous vegetable garden (she still does, she's still digging aged 90 odd!) and Aunty Betsy had a wonderful vintage wardrobe. I'm lucky to have inherited some of her lovely things over the years, this is one of them. Look at that fringe, it makes me feel giddy!
This second hand cardigan has just the right amount of softness and I wear it loads.
99p plus postage, Ebay.
This was from a tiny charity shop that has a pound rail, my favourite! I love mustard at the moment and this top was originally from Next. I'm going to chop that annoying elasticised waist off though!
£1, charity shop.
These lovely brown T-bar shoes looked like they hadn't been worn. The brand is 'ecco', who make exactly the kind of granny shoes I favour for my wide, high-arched little feet.