Thursday, November 2, 2017

I've been wearing my 70 year old cousin's husband's clothes---and the comfort level is on point. Also, don't be scared to wear a harness.

My cousin gave me some hand-me-down clothes earlier this year.  She's in her 70s and I got everything from silk tank tops to Spanx and stuff.  I wear a ton of it as I've mentioned in other posts.  She also gives me some occasional stuff from her husband.  I've been wearing his long sleeve XXL shirts and pajama pants!

Here's me in an XXL Tom James shirt and a few other bundled up lewks :)


Winter and eating crap and some stress have my skin looking horrid.
The light is filtering it out.
I'm going to dig around in my boxes of stuff for a face mask or something soon.  
And I already ripped my secondhand thrifted vintage 90s v-neck GAP sweater below---sheesh.
I'll mend it.  It's on the bottom side hem.


Old secondhand vintage leopard print hat back out again because it got cold for a day or two and I couldn't find my one beanie.  Of course. 
Old sunnies and old thrifted sweater dug up again for another year. 


I never got to sew the curtains my friend Neala gave me, but they're so long if you fold them over and tie them, they work! 
That's Foxy in the window <3


Also, this 90s Banana Republic dress is now listed.
I had 2 purple dresses and I had to decide between them.
The knit wrap dress is listed here.


(sorry for the wack screenshot--only pic I can find---weird)

And for now I'm keeping the silk dress---I wanna say Ann Taylor???


It has a wrap 'style' fit at top, but is not a true wrap dress.
Wack pics all around, I guess.  Nothing new.
Also, I like to wear the harness almost whenever I think about it!!!
Super fun accessory :)
Like belt and suspenders COMBINED.
Combo accessories; level up!

Also, this is me 'saving' some super old boots with Duck Tape lol






They're cheap anyways---faux leather---so we'll see how much longer they last lolzzz
I actually wore them with this vintage 50s dress, harness, & 'blood spattered' white thigh highs!


This is me being El Stupido



I got the inspo from this artist I love on IG who post a lot of singing and dancing ridiculousness & utter nonsense to try to have a moment of fun.

Thanks for the sweet comments on the party.  I busted my butt to clean & organize the place on a shoestring budget, while simultaneously working, and packing and sorting thru extra.  It was exhausting, but worth it.  Tried to make it cute, since she picked a party at home.  It was hard not having my mom around for sure. She is so so missed. Just hard. 


Off to bloggy land for inspo and werking all day :D



Love & Light, 
Becky 
xoxox

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6 comments:

  1. How cute is Foxy? Very!
    Kudos to your cuz for keeping her clothes and for passing them on to you. You probably wouldn't have been born when double belts were a thing in 1977 - I used to wear mine like that, looped around the shoulder. xxx

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  2. Foxy is so cute! "I guards my house!"

    Heck, who cares where clothes come from (I mean, we care, but not to the "ooh, not old people clothes" extent, lol)? I love going into a thrift store and seeing a bunch of stuff that obviously belonged to one person - hurray, for that old lady who either died or went into a home, and donated her clothes! I have told my husband to do that with my clothes and shoes when I die - give 'em away to friends first, then donate the rest.

    I have a harness too! Mine isn't worn much, because it's a bit tight...

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  3. love the harnesses! and your cousin's clothes - so very cool. Oh hey Foxy! adorable. xox

    Patti
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