Variety of vintage

Just a few slightly odd but pleasingly interesting jumble sale finds this week, from a tiny hamlet called Arlington. Six Midwinter plates (£1), sort of rectangular; glittery lurex wraparound cardigan and luridly floral short-sleeved shirt (to be worn tied in a knot at the waist); tweed peg-leg Aquascutum trousers; cream short-sleeved silk beaded jacket and red shot-silk full-length evening skirt with a split up the side (probably both destined for the costumes box); and, from Chailey earlier in the morning, a large lilac John Smedley short-sleeved sweater (for a big mod bloke, I think), a ’70s Jaeger button-up tank top and a Hampstead Bazaar striped cotton cropped jacket (missing a button but has possibilities). Not pictured: two pairs of Levi 501s and a Levi’s denim jacket, all huge-size, going to the same big mod.

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2 thoughts on “Variety of vintage

  1. I have these plates :-) Found mine up at BHASVIC.

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