This afternoon I had the great pleasure of spending time with Marjorie Mink herself and her husband. In my typical fashion, we arrived downtown early for our lunch, which offered perfect chance for a photo op. Spring has officially arrived in Oregon. Trees are in bloom, we are having a a perfect mix of sunny days and rainy days, and the fountains once again have water in them, making my otter pals appear a little less sad.
We had a perfect pasta lunch at Pastini where we gabbed to our heart’s delight. It was a pleasure to meet Marjorie’s husband who was quite fashionable, bow tie and all! We later left Portland’s bustling downtown for the quieter area of Sellwood for a bit of antiquing.
Currently I am frantically trying to find Madeleine’s suit from Vertigo before I trot off to San Francisco for my Hitchcock weekend, but the only grey suit I came across in our search this afternoon was not right, and too big. Sigh. However I did not return empty handed, I came home with a girdle! Making that a grand total of five for me. A girl can never have too many girdles. Marjorie came home with a darling angora bolero. She’s such a doll and I look forward to future get-togethers with her.
Hat: Red Light, Portland
Bolero: Christmas gift from Patrick
Blouse: Nobody’s Baby, Eugene
Skirt: Antique Alley, Portland
Tooled Leather Purse: Thrifted
Shoes: Guh, I don’t remember. Maybe Payless?
Patrick’s Outfit (Because Men’s Clothes are Important Too!)
Jacket: Red Light, Portland
Shirt: House of Vintage, Portland
Levi 501s: Portland Outdoor Store
Awesome shoes not pictured: Living Threads Vintage, Portland