Saturday, 9 August 2008

Aren't Presents Loverly?!

I think i can confirm that the correct answer is yes, yes they are.
A few things i received from friends and family, aswell as some sneaky little purchases of my own.


Fabulous Vintage Booties from Wendy-May for my 17th. I now live in them.

Apologies for the shitty lighting, this is a black lace dress I received as a gift from our dearest pal Sister A, I was there when she bought it so i feel its ok to reveal the splendid price of it. £3! Oh yeah, you heard correct. £3. From a nearby villages charity shop - excellent find that charity shop is.

Another present from Sister A, from a Vintage shop in Manchester. Also £3. Lots of things in my life seem to be £3 at the moment. It's awesome!

Now my birthday outfit, which a few of you said lovely things about, thanks very much by the way! We worked out the price of the whole outfit to be £7.50, all items included! Fabulous! The top was a gift from Wendy-May from the same vintage shop in Manchester. The belt belongs to Sister A and it cost 50p from a charity shop. The skirt was a present from my actual sister and cost £1! Its a gorgeous pink colour, i love it. Then the shoes were £3.

Again terrible lighting! How annoying! This dress is Carrie style with the whole poofy colour dress on top and then black pencil style underlayer, you know the one I mean surely! Anyway again £3 from the nearby charity shop, a gift from myself!
Long denim skirt with buttons down front was £3 from the Vintage shop in Manchester and the lacey top thing was £2 from the nearby village charity shop.
Cream coloured highwaist skirt was a gift and came from the Manchester shop again. The leggings i've had quite a few weeks now were from H&M kids sale for £3. Maison Martin Margiela A/W '08 anyone? There's a picture below of what i mean.
Last but by no means least, i'm not sure if i've shown you this before, but it's the skirt i bought in London all that time i go. it's referred to as the belly dancer skirt. Yeah.

What a long post! Crikey! Oh well, i always get carried away with everything at birthdays. Susan's 18th next, i'm already excited for it. It's 2 months away.

Thanks for all the birthday well wishing, I had a fantastic few days of celebrations with Suse and Wend.

I just listened to House of Pain - Jump Around and then The Beatles - Day Tripper. Bit different. Very enjoyable though! Oh! Everyone must listen to Kings of Leon - Sex on Fire now. It's freekin genius.

21 comments:

Sugar Pop said...

I love the boots, your bithday outfit, all the skirts and those patterned leggings.

EVerything, pretty much.

Life's a Wardrobe said...

Love the white and black shoes!

Susan said...

And you wonder why you have to run at your wardrobe to squash everything in?!

jo said...

oooh those leggings are really cute! it's so difficult to find nice printed leggings/tights in singapore :X

yiqin; said...

Ohmy, those leggings are the best ever!!!! & I love presents too! Best if they give cash :D

Sharon Rose said...

Hi pamela-you and the girls are girls after my own heart-you all have a great eye for thrifting and pick out amazing finds!! My faves are of course, the pink skirt-a brilliant bargain and it has to be the floral dress with the black underskirt-very cute indeed!!

Farren said...

i love the booties! ahh. i'd live in them too if i owned them.

presents are so lovely. <3

i am loving the checkered tights as well. not many people could pull it off and you do!

FashionSqueah! said...

You got such lovely presents, you lucky thing! I always buy birthday presents for myself too...it's cheeky and I love it! I already know what mine are going to be too and it's still more than a month away! Char x

i think thats hauttte said...

highwaist skirts = <3

Ana said...

great gifts
i love the checked tights

Victoria-Olivia said...

Ooooh so many lovely things! Especially the booties, they are amazing.

emily said...

those vintage booties are AMAZING. i want.

Nay'Chelle said...

Love your boots and the skirts!

Elisabeth said...

What fabulous presents! You have amazing style!

Katie Rosemary said...

Ah I also love the birthday outfit, and hapy belated birthday wishes to you!
Was the vintage shop the "everything under £3" shop? Some of my most favourite things are from there... it's one of the reasons it's my firm choice for uni.
I really shouldn't have admitted that.

Wendy said...

Happy Belated Birthday! And you received some awesome gifts.

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CoutureCarrie said...

Presents are loverly . . . love those antique white pumps and the patterned tights - very cool looks you've put together here!!

xoxox,
CC

kirsty said...

oooh i love all your outfits, looking good girls! and happy (belated) birthday!!

She's Dressing Up said...

The vintage laceups are gorgeous!

parmaviolet said...

ooh looks good! and gret presents. It always great when you get the perfect presents..good gift and shows the person knows you well :)

pamaviolet