The shop was incredibly laid back, I mean it's rare when you can shop without having to contend with people over your shoulder. And, for a late Saturday morning the shop was empty of customers, except for us. Which was nice because it is a small shop and that gave us plenty of room to sift through the racks- and ogle the bags and jewelry.
Flounce, had some of the most amazing 50's silk dresses I've ever seen, and tons and tons of delicate accessories- tiny earrings, cameos, and shell hair combs and barrettes.
It was hard to limit myself to just one thing. But before setting out on our adventure I set myself a limit of one item per store, rather than set a monetary limit. And, I did stick to that limit!
I bought this skirt:
I really loved the leaf print when I saw it and knew it had to come home with me. It is very well made, with a sort of sewn-in tie belt, and zip up the back. It is/was a bit too long for me, as I am too short to pull of mid- calf length skirts, so I ran it down to the seamstress during my lunch hour to be hemmed - so that it hits just at the knee