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I started a new temporary job on the 30th so have not had the time to post. I'm paid weekly which is very nice and have been busying myself with browsing blog sales and ebay. I found a beautiful John Zack dress on ebay (£15 including p+p) I believe Miss Chung wore this little number several years ago (correct me if i am wrong) and i also bought this lovely blouse from http://aliceboullin.blogspot.co.uk/p/blog-sale.html (£10.70 including p+p.)

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I  also purchased this blouse yesterday, very expensive  but I am a sucker for blouses and it looks very Victorian. Dressing up is fun so i shall be wearing this to work with a brooch, a black skirt and a black crochet collar cardigan.
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Its not as green as it looks in the picture, but its soft and if you are planning on purchasing it, size up 

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