My life literally depended on attending this sale. I say this because in the interests of living a long life, it's imperative that one maintains a hobby/passion, all my reading on longevity says so.
I can't remember how much I paid for any individual piece, but my pick is this pink frock. I think it was $10? Still, Teddy's so disappointed in me he can't look at me, or my frock.
I also had to bring this little mid-century glass dessert set home. We actually use things like this all the time. The bowls are usually just the right size for a portion that's not too big and not too small, and it was only $22. Someone in the store commented that it would be $45 at the Salvos, and they're right.
I found this nifty skirt, which has 'Cycle in Progress' appliqued around the bottom. My friend and I assumed that referred to bicyling, and I pictured myself quaintly riding through Woolcock Park on a pennyfarthing.
Unfortunately, and this is a very big 'unfortunately', when I took the skirt up to the counter the lady who served me told me she'd made the skirt. She went on to tell me that is was created for an art exhibition she'd had based on the menstrual cycle.
'Oh', I said. 'So, Cycle in Progress means....'.
'Yes'. She said cheerily, as though this was a bonus.