Sunday, April 18, 2010

Outfit Round-Up Part Two

I went to see Peaches 'n' Gin Burlesque on Friday night and had a grand old time. I didn't take any photos because: 1. I have a terrible camera and 2. I feel like a bit of a creeper, to tell the truth, taking photos at those kinds of things. You can see some awesome shots of the night here, though.

I was even having trouble taking photos of myself, that night. I was getting really frustrated so I basically just snapped myself dancing - I just looked really awkward in all the other photos that night. If anyone is keen to know, the song I was dancing to was The One by Kylie Minogue.


Outfit details: 1950s veiled hat - etsy (remixed); Luca & Marc cardigan - Harris Scarfe; leopard print cardigan - target (remixed); belt - gift (remixed); pencil skirt - Harris Scarfe (remixed); stockings - Voodoo; shoes - Rubi Shoes (remixed).

Last night was the Swing Sesh Spots and Stripes Grad Dance. I like to dress on theme, when I can and here's what I came up with:

Spots & Stripes

Outfit details: earrings - Diva (remixed); anchor necklace - gift; striped blouse - Deborah K; spotted belt - from a 1950s dress; 1930s crepe skirt - Red Ruby Vintage; socks - Big W; shoes - KMart. Never mind the tape on my shoes - helps with dancing.

I took the outfit shot today as it was too dark last night. I did take some photos of my hair, though, because I was very happy with how it turned out:


I got a lot of compliments on my anchor, which is a little funny seeing that I don't usually like to wear that sort of jewellery. Maybe I should wear my anchor more often, then?

Andi B. Goode


  1. The sailor outfit is perfect! I love a good themed outfit too!

  2. You look lovely in both outfits.
    Ive never been to a burlesque show before but have always wanted to! Good to hear you had a nice time.
    I think that first photo is one of my favourites of you because you are smiling naturally :)


  3. FABULOUS!!! I almost fainted with delight over that second outfit!!

  4. navy and white, absolute classic,
    looks great

  5. Wonderful outfits! I especially like the first one. And your hair looks beautiful as usual.

    Thanks doll,
    The Glamorous Housewife

  6. aww, I see my little painting on your tape deck!!!
    I love both outfits, especially the second one. :)

  7. Oh my stars, sweetie, you get lovelier (and cuter!) with each new post - if that's possible! Your absolutely marvelous sailor themed outfit is one of my faves you've ever posted. I wish I could borrow every last element it sport it myself during the warmer months that are looming ever closer here.

    Andi honey, today Chronically Vintage is celebrating its 1st birthday, and I really want to thank you straight from my heart for your wonderful comments, support and friendship over the past year, they’ve woven together to help make Chronically Vintage the delightful, inspiring place it is. I’m so looking forward to my next year of vintage blogging and of visiting your own marvellously lovely site!

    Massive hugs & thanks,
    ♥ Jessica

  8. I already told you this on flickr, but I really really do love that stripey blouse!!

    My work verification is 'eastr' a wee bit too late me thinks!

  9. Franca: Thanks =D Nothing better than a theme!
    Rose: Aw, thank-you. You should go to one! They're great.
    Baroness: Heee! Thank-you. =D
    Miss Rayne: Thanks. Yes, 'tis classic.
    The Glamorous Housewife: Aw, thank-you.
    Amanda: Yes! I'm waiting to have it framed so it can go on my wall next to Doris and Rock =D
    Jessica: Aw, you always overwhelm me with your beautiful comments! Thank-you =D
    Jen: Well, thanks again. Hehe =]


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