One of my favourite Pinup Girl Clothing styles! The Birdie works for daytime and evening and it’s so nice having the longer sleeves in cooler months
Dress- Pinup Girl Clothing
Felt like doing some 60s hair and makeup and so went with the Bettie Page Secretary Circle Dress. This dress is made with a lovely jersey material which is nice and toasty!
Dress- Bettie Page Clothing, now Tatyana Boutique
I picked up my new Jenny skirt from Rita Sue Clothing on Wednesday so couldn’t wait to wear it! It’s so lovely and full and a perfect length…. don’t know why it’s taken me this long to get one!
A lot of the time I choose an outfit by how I want to do my hair or the colour headscarf I want to wear. On Saturday, I was itching to wear my leopard print headscarf but don’t have much in the way of solid coloured items… and my OCD does not lend itself well to print-mixing! So I went with the Jenny Skirt and a basic cardigan- you can’t really go wrong with leopard print and red, can you?!
Sunday I spend the morning lounging around then at lunchtime I started getting ready for a mini photoshoot at 2pm. Devel Clothing sponsored a custom made garment for the winner of Miss Pinup New Zealand and so I requested and 1940s suit! We took a few snaps in the Auckland Domain for Danielle’s blog … here’s a little preview 😉
x Miss Victory Violet