Sunday, 28 February 2010

vintage shawl



actually made by my gradmother
red herring jeans, asos coat, marks & spencer bag, janni &janni boots

14 comments:

katrina said...

amazing outfit!:)
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What is Reality Anyway? said...

perfect look!

Style of a Fashionista said...

The shawl is amazing and it is nice that it has a family story. I love the way you styled it and I am so glad that you rescued it xoxo

Graham I. Haynes said...

Wow, I like the idea of making an outfit look totally different in the front than the back. You're definitely being creative with this look! :)

battered couture said...

yes she does.

Vint Junky said...

What a gorgeous shawl! I love it when you find something of your mothers/grandmothers like that, it makes it feel extra special xxx

Alecca Rox said...

give it to a charity shop?? you must be kidding me! this is the kind of gem we hope to dig out and pay money for when shopping. Good thing you rescued it, made by ur own grandma truly makes it priceless...

drollgirl said...

love the shawl AND the bag! excellent save on grandma's handiwork!!!

Marla Singer said...

oh wow amazing shawl <3

Thalia said...

i love vintage sawl's, i have quite a few myself!
i also love love your bag!!!

Maria said...

Love love love the boots. *

Pink_Fish said...

my mother used to have a wardrobe full of old fashion magazines and things like this shawl. It's been year since she throwed or gave away all these things. Too bad I didn't have the mind them to keep some. I regret it :(:( I am not so much into these shawls but it's still nice. I like the bag :):) Nice meeting you here xxx

fashionclocked@googlemail.com said...

thanks for the comment a while back on my blog- would love you to follow and i will be following yours- incredible shawl- great styling. katie.
www.fashionclocked.blogspot.com

Elisa said...

UH! that shawl is ballin.