Saturday, 29 June 2013

Let's Go Polka Dot At The Vintage Garden Party!

Wolverhampton's Vintage Fairs are today putting on an event at the historic and lovingly restored  Edwardian museum, Bantock House, situated in 43 acres of beautiful parkland just outside Wolverhampton. The house was once the family home of Mayor of Wolverhampton, Baldwin Bantock and his wife Kitty (and their ten children!) so is the perfect setting for a vintage fair with its lush gardens and exquisite rooms.
Bantock House and its world famous rose garden
Todays event isn't just a fair featuring some of the Midlands finest vintage and handcrafted sellers and makers, its also a garden party with outdoor stalls, children's corner, afternoon teas, as well as live entertainment- it promises to be a great family day out.

But let me get back to the subject I love best- clothes! In the run up to this event, Dawn Melis organised photoshoots with the local press and wore her Prick-me-Dainty vintage dress. 'Lets Go Polka Dot!' is a cool, sleeveless, white, swing styled dress with all-over red polka dot print, elasticated waist and tie belt- very reminiscent of the 1950's and perfect for a summer jive!

Lets go Polka Dot! 
For the occasion Dawn teamed up 'Lets Go Polka Dot!' with a short sleeved red jacket and red ballet pumps to complete the look- and doesn't she look absolutely fabulous, darling!
Dawn and friends getting in the mood for a tea party!
The Vintage Garden Party is taking place today from 10.00am-4.00pm at Bantock House Museum, Wolverhampton, WV3 9LQ.

Lots of love,
PmD xx

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