There were only few sellers due to the weather but we all went home satisfied I think. (My friend Moni bought the loveliest butter dish ever. A 50s piece in light blue and cool design. Couldn´t find anything similar on google.) I´m not so sure what to do with the hats but I couldn´t leave them behind anyway. We´re in the carnival season over here and somehow I felt like I had to rescue them from silly women that want to use them for a ridiculous costume. Mr. Yeti and I are invited to a confirmation in April, maybe I can use one of them. I don´t know. I guess I have a problem. But then again, I could have bought a lot more hats today, so it can´t be that bad. After all I´m still able to make reasonable decisions.
|Late 50s, early 60s, maybe?|
|My first thought when seeing myself with this|
in the mirror was "Hey, 70s pimp!" I find it awkward
how the end of the feathers points towards the front
but its obviously supoosed to be that way. Could
it pass as a 40s hat in some way?
|I got 6 of these for 2€ all together! Can´t beat that.|
|Funky nail polish to match hair AND lipstick. I´m so clever!|
Above you see what I basically wore to fight the cold. Gloves are not pictured. Under the scarf I wear - another scarf. Copying onions by wearing layers. (But as you know, Ogers have layers, too!) The hat I bought in the summer of 2010 (on the same flea market) and didn´t wear it once until the Mr.s concert yesterday evening. When I bought it I had just watched "Charade" with Audrey Hepburn and fallen in love with her leopard hat (mostly because of its leopardness, not its coneheadness).
And, finally, I wanted to say "Hi!" to all my new followers, "Thank you for still reading this stuff!" to my long-time followers and another "Thank you!" for your lovely comments regarding my new hair and eyebrows. I´m glad you like them :)