Montag, 22. Juni 2015

Every Skirt Tells A Story ... English Grammar Skirt




It is already a while a go, when I wore this outfit ... but finally it made it to the blog ... top: Primark // 60s novelty skirt: Made In Berlin/Kleidermarkt // vintage belt: thrifted // modern sandals // wicker purse: flea market ...

Isn't this skirt fun?! Grammar! Why isn't modern fashion not that fun anymore?! In the future I will show more close ups of my novelty printed pieces. Those marvelous treasure deserve a close look, because all these prints tell a little a story ...

Normally I don't leave to many words here ... if you like to read a little more about the lady behind this little vintage blog - that's me -  head over to wonderful Chronically Vintage. The lovely Jessica and I had quite a chat about vintage fashion, the bloggosphere and the German Vintage Scene. 
Thank you so much, Jessica - I had a blast to answer all these questions!

Kommentare:

tubby3pug hat gesagt…

I adore that skirt its fantastic just beautiful Ive never seen anything like it

retro rover

Jessica hat gesagt…

That is so fun! I would absolutely love to find something like that. I'm not always that crazy about novelty prints, but a grammar centric print is so far up my alley they might as well name the street after me. If you ever think of selling it, please let me know!
I did see your interview with Jessica, although I haven't had a chance to comment yet, it was really interesting.

Kayla hat gesagt…

What a fantastic skirt!!! Love the outfit and poses x

Mid Century Girl hat gesagt…

A great novelty skirt find! :) I love that vintage fashion is so much more fun than the stuff on today's high street!

Ladan Ladanu hat gesagt…

WOW! I love that print so much, so cute, and I bet you get some strange looks on public transport as people try and read these! Incredible. Why can't fashion be this good now? We all want to know don't we?

Bonita Vear hat gesagt…

AHHH! Your skirt!! WOW!! For a writer/blogger/gramma nerd such as myself, I can say I absolutely, 110% adore this skirt! It is amaaaazing!! I wish, I wish, I wish I had one like it, but at least now that I know such things exist I can keep my eye out for one like it. Oh, and if you ever decide to put it in your shop, I sure would like to hear about it. I really, really love this skirt. ;) ❤

xox,
bonita of Lavender & Twill

Harlow Darling hat gesagt…

You bring up a good point - why isn't modern fashion fun? Instead of novelty prints instead you get swear words and vulgar slogans...
I am in LOVE with this skirt, would love to find one like this so much as it would be perfect for my job :P

Jessica Cangiano hat gesagt…

Oh my word, what a creative, incredibly cool novelty print. English was always my favourite subject in school (okay, tied - perhaps not surprisingly - with history), so this skirt nails a lot of my big loves in life in one stylish go.

Aww, thank you very much for mentioning the wonderful interview we shared this month. It was such a joy to chat with, and learn more about, you, my dear friend.

Have a fabulous week!
♥ Jessica