Glittering disco dress. I'm curious about its origins, as the only tag reads Fabrique en France, 100% viscose. Vintage french dresses are always welcome in my closet.
Vintage Oscar de la Renta scarf in gold, pewter, and bronze pleated silk. I plan on wearing this as a sash around simple dresses and blouses.
1970's suede clutch. In winter, suede signals warmth to me, but in the summer it achieves sex appeal.
1950's window pane check coat with its original store tags. I can't wait to layer this over patterned dresses.
1950's semi-sheer beige cotton top with black trim and buttons. I thought this would be cute with my J.Crew black silk shorts and ballet flats.
We've been under a little stress at the Moodboard house thanks to putting in an offer on a house last week. We are in limbo waiting to hear back, so we fled town this weekend to avoid driving by the house just one more time.
I scheduled a stop at a flea market, and of course it was raining buckets when we pulled up. It looked like a ghost town, but I begged Mr.M to drive around to see if my favorite vintage clothing vendor, which is undercover, might still be there. Happily they were, and I spent an hour digging through their stall without any other competition.
The scarf and bag are actually from a thrift store stop a couple of days before we left town.