I have decided to ince again expand and offer a selection of handmade bunny ears. These are just devine and come in 7 different patterns, four of which I have decided to model for you. They are so perfect when paired with your vintage outfit.
There’s only a small amount and best of all they are only $9 each. Available weekends at Lost and Found Market, Brunswick East.
It was quite the productive weekend as I somehow managed to squeeze in shoots for 3 separate outfits.
This one in particular was my favourite. Who knew that a coke uniform shirt and yellow lens aviators could look so badass right?!. My husband once again disapproves of this outfit and almost always never understands when I try a new pose. Nevertheless he takes the pictures and damn fine images may I add. I love his work.
Now lets talk about soft drinks. I’m usuall not one to drink it however when I got pregnant with my second child last year I developed this crazy craving for it. Especially ginger beer. Six months post birth I haven’t managed to kick the habit. At least with the new stevia coke I feel a teeny weeny bit healthier. Tastes really good too.
Shirt and aviators will be available at Lost and Found Market, Brunswick this weekend peeps.
Feels like ages since I’ve appeared on the blog! Over these last few months I’ve been collecting gorgeous vintage pieces with the intention to have them available online at http://www.modemadison.com. However time gets away so I haven’t had the time to dedicate to taking the images. Hence making them available at Lost and Found Market. This gorgeous velvet dress is one of the many I had intended to sell online. It’s so gorgeous and I can’t wait to have it hanging at my stall this weekend.
Last week, you got a preview of this number first via Instagram. Now it’s my pleasure to reveal that it’s the final of the four awesome gowns that will be available from Saturday, at Lost and Found Market.
This piece is like a robe, only much prettier and perfect for those ‘I don’t want to get out of my Pj’s’ days.
So now that you’ve seen all the lovely pieces, which is your favourite?