The shop is open today! And just for Halloween, I have put together a table full of headpieces that I made for a photo shoot last year, priced to sell- might be the perfect thing to complete your costume! Come by and take a look-see: 589 Markham Street, 10 am to 6 pm.
Posted by "I made this for you." -Sara Duke at 30.10.10
See what happens when you look? I am trying to track down this very attractive pair of rubber boots from Canadian Tire in a size 7- they are pretty cute at $29.99! http://www.canadiantire.ca/search/search_results.jsp for more information.
Posted by "I made this for you." -Sara Duke at 28.10.10
Hunter Boots: I really want these boots. About three winters ago I also really wanted these boots; I looked into getting a pair then and they were $150 and just couldn't bring myself to spend the money. Then, this past Sunday, I hyped myself up and was going to do it. But still couldn't.
I had a very interesting conversation with my best friend yesterday- the plan was to buy the inset sock for the winter with the Hunter logo on it and wear them with a pair of rain boots from any place.
I looked into that yesterday and decided that the polar fleece sock priced at $39 was also not worth it- I think that I can do better. I am going to work on that, I think that I can do better, make a nicer pair of socks out of wool felt and buy that any rain boot from any place. Now, this might be one of those times where I spend a lot of time and energy making something that is an epic fail, but I will keep you posted with pictures and such...
Posted by "I made this for you." -Sara Duke at 26.10.10
Although fragrance is a little bit outside the boundaries of clothing, I am coming up on two years of owning two bottles of Channel n 5- one is a spray of eau do toilet (a lower concentration of fragrant oil, thus less expensive); the other is pure perfume (expensive!).
Perfume is to be kept out of direct sunlight in a dry environment, so not the bathroom or on top of your dresser- and even under the best of conditions, they only really last two years.
(I have been called an old lady because of my affection for Channel n 5, but I just can’t help the love! This is the fragrance that launched the modern perfume and to this day, the flowers are grown on one particular farm, harvested and refined all in small town France. Love.)
Posted by "I made this for you." -Sara Duke at 24.10.10