Saturday’s 100% thrifted outfit, worn to the farmer’s market just prior to taking outfit photos (hence the leafy beet greens spilling out of my tote), featured a few of my latest summery thrift finds.
The vintage 50’s (40’s?) shorts are the ones I mentioned from last week’s flea market ($3!) and I’m lovin’ them to bits. It’s been super hot and I’ve already worn them twice this week. The delicate lacy top ($2.50) is perfect for these hot days too and the canvas tote ($1), well it’s pretty much a perfect summertime tote, you’ll see why in the detail shots (both from Hospice Thrift).
We are incredibly fortunate to live just a few blocks from a wonderful year round farmers' market held every Saturday and Wednesday. It’s especially bustling and bountiful on Saturdays during the summertime, so after we finished our shopping, Lucas strolled Clover home and I spent a little time browsing around and snapping pictures of all the bounty!
Details, details… pleats, snaps, pintucks, and lace :)
A hand embroidered sailboat scene on one side and the other side is pretty cute too (all photos can be enlarged by clicking).
Ok, you might not want to enlarge this one, haha.
Mmmm... my favorite!
How cute are these coops?! We plan to one day have chickens and I would love for them to nest in something as sweet as the one on the left. Actually, if it were a little bit bigger, I wouldn't mind nesting in there myself ;)
Haha, when I was taking this picture the kid working there asked if I'd like him to hold up the cucumbers "to make them look pretty."
See, cute, right? And perfect for toting home our fruits and veggies. We also picked up a fresh piece of locally caught halibut but it stayed in it's own bag so as not to run the risk of getting my new tote all fishy. Lucas grilled it up for dinner last night with fresh dill from our garden, some sea salt and ground pepper, and meyer lemmon straight off the tree... mm, mm, good.