With an hour to spare before meeting friends, we browsed a few vintage and charity shops before wandering past spectacular curved crescents and stopping to admire the interior of the Assembly Rooms. I wore a new-to-me hat, one picked up on our trip to West Wales, along with a pinafore dress purchased on the same trip. I'd been searching for a pinafore dress for some time, so was delighted to find this like-new Laura Ashley one in a charity shop for £7.99. (Thank goodness I don't have to try and make one, after my recent sewing disasters - blog post to come soon on that). I don't wear much yellow, and wasn't sure whether to buy the hat at the time, but then I remembered I had this pair of yellow leather loafers to replace the coral ones I wore out (and have been demoted to driving shoes). There weren't any quiet daffodil patches in the centre of Bath to coordinate with, but I did find a yellow door.
Jacket: Topshop (around 1997!)
Dress: Laura Ashley, via charity shop
Bag: Charity shop
Loafers: Vivanti, TK Maxx
Before I go, I should mention that the reason we were in Bath was to see a friend's utterly brilliant band play at The Bell pub. Their music is bluesy, loud and dark. If you like the sound of that then check out Miraculous Mule on Youtube. Turn the volume up and enjoy!
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