13 October 2010

some junkaholic fashions & a SALE!


blimey it's all very busy at junkaholics residence...lots of deliveries were wrapped and packed today, plus our usual RUST jobs. Anyways, I did have enough time to take some snaps in our garden the morning.

this bag is a new arrival in the stock drawer for the bucket tree. I absolutely love it {as with all bucket tree stuff!} I would keep it for myself but I try not wear leather as much as possible {except shoes}...although it's a tough decision when I find lovelies like this!

I also found that brown mohair blanket recently, and it makes a nice cape I think? Its kind of flowers shaped with petals! I found two similar, so the other is destined for the bucket tree...its a different colour and not mohair....I wish i could keep them both. The dress is from Primarni {I heard a girl on a bus in Peckham calling it that an i laughed my head off}
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mean time...Nao was wearing this today...

looking dapper in his aran jumper and {ahem ahem} handwoven scarf, actually the first ever scarf I made! It's silk and linen.

Also, and actually the reason for this post! We are having a smallish sale over on the Bucket Tree, I need to make space for some new items, so it will only be going on for two weeks.

Have a nice evening everyone {especially Chilean miners, welcome back!}

19 comments:

  1. Primarni - haha. Love it. Nao always look so dapper, doesn't he?

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  2. uuhh, love it! and what's also lovely is the cat's tale in one of the pictures. someone wanted his five minutes of fame ;)

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  3. You both look lovely and cosy!

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  4. Thats my cat Plimsoll, i did take a photo of us together, but she loathed to be in my arms and she ran off into the neighbours garden all huffing and puffing and hissing.

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  5. Absolutely love your outfit and the way you put it together with the long cardi and spotty tights, so chic.
    I really like Nao's aran jumper too and of course the hand woven scarf.

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  6. Loving the spotty tights! And the little elephant necklace is such a nice little touch to the outfit.

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  7. Love your outfit! You do such a nice job of putting things together.

    I don't think I've commented here before so, hi! I really like reading your posts. :)

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  8. i follow you pretty blog from Chile,

    i cant belive that the whole world its following the miners rescue.
    we are really happy too

    i love your jewelery work!!!

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  9. Anonymous14.10.10

    gorgeous outfit - i love that elephant pendant - is that a RUST item?

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  10. This is lovely! Where are the gorgeous tights from?

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  11. such a lovely outfit! both of you :)

    ooo yes where are your tights from, i love them!

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  12. tights: £2 primark! xxx

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  13. Anonymous14.10.10

    this is a really nice outfit, especially the shawl, so cute! can i ask where the gold elephants is from too?

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  14. the elephant is a 1920s celluloid charm, i bought it in a flea market for £1.

    I have one the same which is smaller, maybe I will cast it and then it can be available in our RUST jewellery shop!

    many thanks! X

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  15. You both look fantastic! I love everything! You little garden looks so gorgeous in the background too.

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  16. Great autumnal outfits both of you! Might have to pop down to primark and get myself some of those tights, they're fab. Happy weekend :)

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  17. oh, i want that caplet!

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  18. Do you ever feel like you have soul mates across the globe? Looking at these photos made me feel that way about you.

    Loving your carefree and beautiful style...and that elephant necklace too!

    Love, katey

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  19. Artemis I need these boots! Please tell me where you bought them!

    I have an identical elephant charm...mine was found in a cracker many years ago. Everyone always thinks its Ivory!

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