We started on Friday, 3 am, and arrived near Hamburg around 10 am. If you ever have a whole day for shopping you might want to check out the shop Kleidermarkt (Max-Brauer-Allee 174, Hamburg). I only had about 1,5h and only checked out the cheap dresses. They only make about 5 or 10% of the whole stock! It was amazing. They have everything from clothes to shoes to hats, all from the 40s to 90s. I went home with 2 dresses for 5€ each.
I think this might be from the 70s but looks perfectly fine for earlier decades. I have to give it a gentle re-dye as the colour´s faded. Pictures of the second one in action are below.
On Saturday we made a trip to Buxtehude. The town´s really nice, old architecture, maritime flair and all. The weather wasn´t that nice at all. Rather cold, windy and rainy once in a while.
|Here´s the second dress. And my party face. I have to improve my modeling.|
|It´s got short sleeves|
|Duck face on purpose, the Mr.s looked even sillier!|
We came back home yesterday evening after 4 days of uncomfortable sleeping, massive in-laws-overload and way to much food. I was welcomed by a little package in front of my door that contained the cutest vintage pumps. I was so excited that they had finally arrived. Turns out they are to narrow :( I´ll show them in my next post as I´ll sell them to someone who can actually wear them.