I didn't have much luck as far as the vintage clothing was concerned.
I think the look on my face says it all as far as these pants are concerned.
This coat was like wearing a couch! It was soooo heavy!! I'm sure there were some great pieces available at this show. It just happened to be the loud and funky ones that kept catching our attention.
Next we moved on to hats. I'm a HUGE hat fan! I currently own 31 hats, I know this because I stopped typing this post to go count them. I'd show you photos but my closet is pretty scary right now so that will have to be a post of it's own another time.
I didn't come home with any of these hats but still had a lot of fun trying them on.
My Mother has an annual Mother's Day Tea Party where it's mandatory to dress Victorian. This would be a perfect hat for the party!
There wasn't anything in particular in this display that caught our fancy. We just wanted to have a photo to show of some jewelry. I did find some pieces that I couldn't leave behind.
This cuff was the perfect bronze color with a gorgeous topaz colored stone. Can you see the detail in the wrist portion? It's a flower pattern all through out the metal. LOVED it! And for $30.00 I wasn't leaving it behind!
Another inexpensive find was this ring...
It was only $10.00 and again for that price, I couldn't leave it behind. After spending several hours maneuvering through the maze of vintage booths and people we decided we'd had enough for one day and headed to lunch.
Which by the way if you've never eaten at Hamburger Hamlets I strongly recommend you put that on your list of things to do! I'm not a burger fan myself but decided to give it a try. I had the
Steakhouse Blue Burger. It was a pepper crusted patty, tomato, Bermuda onion, Wisconsin blue cheese, horseradish sauce and A1 sauce. I had mine minus the horseradish and onions. It was amazing! Not exactly on my list of "clean eating" so I only ate half the burger and filled up on fruit once I got home. Well that was my Sunday- How was yours??