...wear it oversized. Vintage clothes were cut differently from how clothes are made today. Skirts and trousers were usually high waisted and dresses and blouses tended to be free and flowing. High waisted clothes can easily be incorporated into a modern wardrobe with a neatly tucked in T-shirt but the latter is a bit more daunting. To combat this all you have to do is belt it up! Invest in a waist belt and cinch. Rolling up the sleeves is also a great way to stop yourself from being drowned in a garment. It sounds so simple but many a vintage garment have been bypassed because it looks too big on the hanger but try it on with a belt and it's a different
Inside a Vintage Child bag: Laura Grantham
A3 Sketchbook // Camera // Phone // Diary // Car Keys // Letters // Cold water dye // Sunglasses // Ruler // Fabric scissors // Pencil & Pencil Sharpener // Spare buttons // Coloured chalk //...