I recently had the pleasure of modelling this super cute 100% cotton tee for Mischief Made! I love having the opportunity to model more casual outfits because casual is my style the vast majority of the time.
Oh my gosh! What do we have here? A bloomin Autumnal treat, that’s what we have! Rocket Originals have knocked it out of the park, producing a knitwear dream twinset inspired by another vintage pattern and to be honest it looks exactly like the original advert below! I’m featuring the rust version because I feel like a pumpkin spice Autumnal dream wearing these colours!
Today I’m reviewing the Geva dress by one of my favourite brands, Violets In May. They are self described as making figure-loving vintage inspired threads for pin up dolls, rockabilly bad girls and mid-century mamas! I own a lot of Violets in May pieces so you’ll see this name cropping up on FMPH more and more, as a brand I am pleased to endorse.
You love t-shirts (probably), I love t-shirts (definitely) so here’s a post about a t-shirt! You may recall I’ve posted about a tee from Miss Fortune before, the Leopard Baseball Tee… if you don’t remember then refresh your memory by clicking….HERE! This time around Miss Fortune have a different design and pattern for you. I know, I treat you to all the good stuff!
It’s a Saturday in London, we’re in Brick Lane so of course there’s something random afoot! This week I saw from London on the Inside that there was a free giveaway, giving people the chance to win either a free Instant Ink printer or a free tattoo. I love a freebie, so headed down with companion Anna who happens to have a birthday that very same day! What a treat!
Miss Fortune are a UK based pin up and rockabilly clothing company, born in 2005 from the mind of designer Laura. I’ve had the….fortune (eh? eh?!) to try out one of their new tee designs! I am a huge tee wearer and today I’m featuring one of their new Baseball Tees, in a fab leopard print.