If I had known that there was going to be a 'best dressed' competition on the night, I would've made that extra bit of effort. But I stood in awe amazement to watch all the candidates of the competition and fell in love with one particular lady bug structured skirt. Unfortunately, she wasn't the winner of the competition. Nonetheless, all the candidates were winners in my eyes as they each had they own style and pulled it off immaculately.
After the show, my eyes continued wandering and I met the most amazing women- Briony Nottage who makes the most exquisite and quirky head pieces and Candice DeVille who was the speaker for the 'Best dressed competition' and is a writer, model and ambassador for glamour. She specialises in vintage hair and makeup and even conducts workshops and photography sessions with clients who wish to discover their most glamorous self. She truly inspired me with her 50s demeanor and her stunning persona. I would love to work with her someday!
Four hours later, an announcement was made to wrap up the fair, but I was still in the hustle and bustle of it all. Overall, I didn't spend very much- just bought a beautiful accordian pleated maxi skirt, a pair of camel gloves, a pair of earrings and a gorgeous bag.
Keep your eyes peeled for more posts this weekend, as I should have another two posts coming up. Hope you all have a spectacular weekend.
Miss Couture Vintage X
Third prize winner.
|(I am wearing Asos pants, vintage top, Gripp blazer, vintage shoes, Chanel bag, scrabble necklace, Audrey ring, Briony Nottage's headpiece)|
Something's pecking at me!
|The pretty Miss Candice DeVille...|