Jon is a collector of musical instruments, coats, things that make sounds and bits that you never know where to put because they are impossible to categorise. I am a collector of tins, boxes, suitcases, colours, small things that collect dust, postcards, old photos, books, […]
Winter isn’t over just yet, so stretch out the joys of wearing cosy winter clothes until Spring arrives!
This gorgeous 1970’s button down dress is perfect for winter; wear a blouse or jumper beneath and it’d brighten up a work day, an outdoor ramble or digging in the garden. Practical yet stylish, non?
Bought in a French vintage clothes shop.
Condition: Good condition, lining has been ironed yet is slightly rumpled. Belt hole on the left hand side has been split.
Material: 65% Polyester, 25% Acrylic, 10% Viscose
Size: 46 (French), 18 (UK), 16 (US)
Bust: 40 inches
Arm holes: 18 inches
Waist: 40 inches
Hips: 42 inches
Length: 38 inches
Model is a UK size 10/12, dress is pinned to fit.
Belt and black top are not included.
All measurements are taken with garment lying flat and then doubled (except for the length)
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Cheers! Lyon, France Everyone starts a fresh on January 1st, or early September at the start of the school calendar, or simply every Monday after a debauched or slothful weekend. Recently Jon and I started a new beginning on December the 18th, 2012. We moved […]
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We have always found inspiration while rummaging through piles of clothes, boxes of curios and shelves of tatty, torn old books. Convincing each other to spend a day in a charity shop or brocante has never been an issue, especially when using the excuse of stocking up on costumes or props for future productions, but now we have taken this a step further, yes, we have joined the hoards of Etsy’ers (not sure what the correct plural term is) and have opened our very own store.
Above all, this has been somewhat of a requirement in our endeavours of leading a simpler and more independent lifestyle in order to focus more on building our creative output. We’re only small and over the next few months we’ll be sourcing and listing more items and growing the store, but we are hopeful that it is yet another step closer to living a life that we are in control of and that conforms to our ideals and ethics.
Please feel free to have a rummage through our stock, maybe you will find something that you like…