|Dangly brooch. The needle needs to be cleaned from rust,|
but I just couldn´t resist the dangliness. 1,50 €.
|Corsage, I´d guess from the 40s, I think I paid 1 €.|
|Black velvet vest (40s?) that sadly looks totally out|
of shape on me. 3 €.
|Vintage bow tie, 1 €. I had been looking for something like this for ages|
and it´s resizable and awesome and stuff.
|Vintage embroidered pockets for a dress. I hope I can use them one day. 2 €.|
|The netting is ruined but that´s ok because|
the hat itself is a beauty in very good condition and
I wouldn´t know how to wear the netting anyway. 3 €.
|As if I didn´t own enough black hats... 3 €|
|Yep, black hat. Might be the simplest one ever. 3 €|
|This one could be a beauty, but it´s a bit out of shape. Does anyone|
have an idea how I can fix that myself? I feel like steaming won´t
do the trick here. Cost me 3 € as well.
|60s velvet hat that looks rather silly on me. Is anyone interested?|
I paid 3 €, again.
|This one is super cute and even had a hatpin included |
but sadly it´s to small for my head so I´ll part with it.
Again, 3 €.
Oh, and then there was this little beauty on ebay that I got for 4,30€:
It´s a swiss knitting magazine that, irritating for me who knows nothing about Swiss during WWII so far (wikipedia, here I come), contains quite many military patterns. I had only seen one of the patterns inside when I purchased the mag and when I received it yesterday I was insanely happy. Just look at that cover! That alone was worth the purchase (and it would make a great decorative piece when printed out large and framed). Apart from this nice set and the military knitting it mostly contains childrens clothing, but it´s super cute childrens clothing so I´m fine with that :)
All in all I´m rather pleased with february. And the next flea market is only two days away ;)
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