There was also live music by this wonderful lady, who's voice was pure classic!!! I'm afraid I didn't catch her name, so can't link you to her site or anything. But trust me when I say she was honestly brilliant; she sang some great classics including a favourite of mine 'Fever'.
Why is she posting a picture of a random black dot you say? Well, let me tell you how geeky I truly am. This was the stamp to say you've paid to get it. And I saw it and was like "asdgajsbdfkjsadgi! Why didn't they stamp this onto the palm of my hand?!?!"... Now, I do believe only fellow Whovians and Doctor Who freaks will understand the reference to the 'black spot'.
And the glasses! Oh my, I don't even need glasses technically, but I sure as hell did need these!!!
And here's how they look today:
They're big, bold and beautiful! And when he hair is flat, straight and dull, it adds a little 'omph' to my style along with my orange Lily hair clip too!
I know it's not much but that's my post on The Sheffield Vintage Fair. But here is a link to Alexandra Waring (who I follow on Lookbook and Instagram) and her blog on the Sheffield Vintage Fair (for which she took a picture of me! *blushes*).
So until next time, remember to go check Alexandra Waring and The Lady Of Vintage out!