Monday, June 1, 2009

Still in Toulouse

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9 comments:

retroliving said...

I adore your oufit, red and yellow just smashing!

♥Darla

Niki said...

That skirt and those shoes are divine!

Tiger' said...

wow the beautiful brooch...i admired it in another post of your blog. It's amazeing. Is it one of your creation?

louise or valentine said...

where ever did you/do you get your shoes??
they are so lovely!
also...i just love the name toulouse, never been to the town but i told myself when i was younger if i ever had twins- a boy and a girl- they'd be named toulouse and tallulah.

rossovelvet said...

Lovely photos, I love the colors !
I don't know if you know Princesse Audrey's blog, she lives in Toulouse and has some great adresses... especially a vintage store named 'Groucho', if I remember correctly...
Oh yes, here: http://www.princesseaudrey.fr/?p=2624

Hugs !

Lecon de vetement said...

To everyone: thank you!

To Tiger: The hearts are from the 1940'sand the hand is from 1930

To Louise or valentine my mother in law gave them to me, they are from 1940

To rossovelvet: thanks so much for the tip, Im going to try and go there today!!!!!!!! If you know anything else I would love to know, also if you have any advice on Glasgow or Barcelona, please do tell!!!!!!!!

harps said...

wow you always find the best vintage hues.....that spotty peach/nude blouse for example. Love the heart + hands brooch too. Oh and I remember that blouse you made from a previous post, it is a beaut. Glasgow is a beautiful city, I highly recommend Princes Square. It is a small mall, with a charming art nouveau interior. The shops aren't too great (the mall is aimed at a more affluent customer so there is a bit of a snobby vibe)...but its definitely worth going in and having a look. Its on Buchanan Street (the main shopping street) but is rather inconspicuous, you'll have to keep your eyes peeled! Go and find the art school too, there's loads of lovely Charles Rennie Mackintosh architecture in the area

harps said...

oh also, the Peoples Palace is amazing, its a social history museum. The fountain outside is awe inspiring, and the building itself is beautiful. It is Victorian and has a huge HUGE glasshouse attached which on a sunny day is so lovely to be in. Last time I was there they had a costume exhibition on with some great examples of Victorian dress. Its a short walk out of the city centre but absolutely worth it.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/People's_Palace

elena-lu said...

love this outfit! so many things the hair thingy, the skirt, the color conbo, the brooch oh my goodness im in love!

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