Tuesday, 17 June 2008

THE JACKET I DON'T HAVE, PART 1



Yestarday I did a lttle browsing around some secondhand stores (- totally unneccessary; my wardrobe is full of things already and need nothing new! Why does buying things give us such a good feeling goddamit!). Anyway, I came home with a nice checked 50's skirt and the knowledge of the fact that I need (ummm, ok, want is prpoably a better word) a small, fitted jacket, preferrably in tweed, and a matching skirt wouldn't be that bad either. This I realized after trying one such on, but unfortunately my boxing shoulders and the jacket didn't get along too well and I had to leave it behind, sniff sniff.

I can't belive I'm deraming of fitted tweed promenade suits and feeling autumn now that it's finnally summer. Must be because of all the rain lately...

-Oh yes and as usually the drawing will look nicer if you go on clicking it bigger so please do-

10 comments:

Dotti said...

Ulrike says hello to Ulrika! Wow, we've got the same name. A kiss, little sister.

the freelancer's fashionblog said...

Dotti - :) :)

Lady Smaggle said...

Oh I also have the curse of the boxing shoulders! That drawing is beautiful!

annabananna said...

i love the way you draw! you are so talented!

Lil' Puch said...

I want a small jacket too!!
I'll let you know if i find one!!
Cute drawing

mateo said...

i know, every time i'm in the sh store i feel like i have to adopt all the clothes left there on their own. btw - loves the drawing!!!

Fashion Addict said...

I love that picture and I think that you'ree very talented! I also love your outfits.

BTW, would you like to do a link exchange with me?

Super Kawaii Mama said...

That's always the way. You go looking for one thing and come out with another. I'm also on the hunt of a perfect fitted, possibly 40's, jacket. At least it is Winter here now, so I may have luck in the sales.

the freelancer's fashionblog said...

Thanks you all ;)

Fashion Addict : Sure thing

Super Kawaii Mama : Hope you find one!

ina said...

I have the best little jacket in orange manchester that used to be my mum's in the 60s. Unfortunatley the fabric is so thin after being used so much that it's almost not usable anymore.. There are coming holes in it just too easily nowadays... I would want it to last forever...