The Curvy Couture Market
What I wore
The Anchor tee || Hope & Harvest || $45
Because It was Hope and Harvest who gave me the free ticket so I had to represent!
Earrings || I can't remember where I got these from I've had them so long but they were the perfect blue to go with the rest of my outfit!
The skirt || Basque at Myer || $30
The Wedges || Emerson at Big W || $25
The blue of these wedges went perfectly with my skirt! And they were surprisingly comfy! No blisters either!
The Bag || Colarado || Opshopped for $5
The Market was great fun in a great location.
Just next to the Collingwood train station at the Collingwood Town Hall (which is apparently at 140 Hoddle St despite what my Maps app was telling me!)
Tip 1 - Don't just look at your Map! Look around you too!
I got off the train, walked STRAIGHT past the town hall towards the pin on my map. Got half way there and thought this can't be right? Turned around, saw the old, tall town hall looking building and thought "you idiot! You walked straight past it!" I could only laugh to myself!
I got to take a selfie with Tess Munster! She's is gorgeous in every way! And her hubby is gorgeous too!
Tip 2 - Try to know who you are talking to and make sure you are right!
I went up to the gorgeous chick helping Tess & Nick sell Effyourbeautystandards merch. Now I really thought it was Rachel from the blog 'A dress is for Life' (below)
Jacqui from Pho Sizzle. Jacqui and her bestie, Kristie were my lifesavers!! And entertainers! Awesome chicks! Awesome brand! And I've heard a little of what's next to come from Pho Sizzle and I am pretty darn excited!!
Overall, such an amazing weekend!
I'm definitely going next year! I can't wait!