Thursday, March 24, 2011

Washer Woman Plays Dress Ups

I have been washing and washing and washing all my Vintage clothes and still have heaps to go but its so nice to see them all hanging together.This is a bit of my collection that I have washed so far (other than the leather gear  )

                                           Must  do a another youtube video again to share all these.
                                               More to show soon as they are all washed.
                                                    A couple of my favourite nighties

                                              An 80s lace dress I had to buy $2 doesnt quite  do up tho

Miss 8 was given free reign to take pics of me in my Gerry Shaw dress.
I bought this outfit a few months back when I was sick with kidney stones and I was all bloated This was my 1st retry since then and even LL(lovely Laura) liked it on me even tho she thinks checks should only stay on tablecloths,

                                                        LL took this one

Gerry Shaw I found out is an expensive brand as you can see.I got my oufit for $13.95 b4 I knew who he was.,I just liked the Rockabilly look of it.

                                 Miss 8 at it again. and I should have tidied my room b4 pics oops.
                                            Have a box of goodies to share sometime soon.

Happy treasure hunting and Creative Crafting .GeI always look forward to my daily blog reading to see  what my blogging buddies have found and made.


Helga! said...

Oooo,I'd love to rummage through those exciting looking frocks!
You look gorgeous in that gingham frock!!
PS-Miss 8 is doing pretty good!

Carrie at In the Hammock Blog said...

Lovely dresses!!

RETRO REVA said...

Oh my, I'd lOVE to nab some of those lovely dresses!!!!
By the Way, my cat isn't dead. LOL !
I was referring to the death of Liz Taylor who played Maggie the Cat ( cat on a hot tin roof )
I got so many thoughful comments ;)
The nutty stuff i get myself into .........

Scarlett Fontaine said...

Ok so I went oooh aahhh at the sight of the vintage clothes rail - would love to have a peek through all your vintage togs :o) Being a child of the 80s the lace dress is all too memorable ie my mum refused to let me have one lol. Scarlett x

delia hornbook said...

wow you have a great collection there and some great colours to ;-) Vintage dresses are just the best. have a a lovely weekend. dee x

The Widow Next said...

Wonderful check dress! Maybe it is inexpensive, but it looks like a million on you. Shocking 80's dress! Lol! People might think you have *gasp* legs! I remember those lace numbers. We used to sling a belt on them and tie our hair up in kerchiefs Rosie the Riveter style. Nighties are fun, though I have a collection of t-shirts I t-shirts. TWN

Vintage Vixen said...

I'd love to have a rummage through your rails, there's a black dress with a flouncy pink patterned sleeve that looks just up my street.
Love your hair worn up, very pretty lady. xxx

Kitty said...

I never knew Gerry Shaw did gingham!! I've had a few of his velvet drawstring numbers in my younger days. His dresses usually retail around $300-$400 I think. Good job on the washing, I'd like to see more of your collection.xx.

A Treasured Past said...

Wow, what an amazing assortment, I'd love to have a poke around in there. The nighties are very pretty, Tam x

sacramento said...

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh. I wouldn´t mind getting lost amongst all your beautiful dresses and nighties.
Have a great weekend.

Nick Ryan said...

Love you in the 80's Lace Dress, WOW come dance for me wearing this dress xxx