Tweed and twirls

Next winter I will not be short of a tweed jacket to go with any outfit. Brown and orange early  ’60s jacket, £2  from Brighton Marina car boot sale; will not be worn with the swirly, twirly ’70s cotton maxi-skirt (£4), nor the plus-fours (50p due to broken zip, Shoreham boot fair the day before), which will probably be used for Land Girl costumes at the museum.  Freebie of the week: guitar finger-picking instruction manual, an old-faithful Mel Bay book, from SJ.

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