Yes, indeedy, I have been an amazingly lucky vintage hunter! Please don't hate/envy Baroness Von Greedy Guts too much for flaunting her wares/wears. The fact is that one of the benefits of selling vintage is that I sift through a LOT of vintage. It is my full time job. It is therefore inevitable that, along the way, I'm gonna accrue some (okay a lot) of vintage fabulousness. Still, I do really think I've just been at the right place at the right time when it has come to cotton leisurewear pieces (in my size and at very reasonable prices) this past year. Now that the weather has warmed up, I've been unable to resist trotting out and giving them each a turn in the garden--and a spot on the blog, as you may have noticed! Sorry for so many outfit posts lately but I think vintage treasures are meant to be shared! Anywhoo, the 1930s gingham "pyjamas" I'm wearing below are probably second behind my sailor dress in terms of favourite vintage leisurewear finds. I bought them listed as beach pyjamas, but since there is no beach near here, I wore them out while exploring the rhubarb patch. They actually remind me more of the outfits I posted about earlier here, here, and here (my set feels more akin to the last set than to some of the open-backed beach pyjama sets in the other posts). I was going to make that Eva Dress set I blogged about before, but I got these pjs for less than I would have had to pay to buy the pattern and fabric! Huzzah! You'll notice I rethought my footwear midway through the photos. Even though I've previously established that gladiators with beach pjs could be considered historically accurate, my white playshoes felt more color coordinated. My plan was to gather enough rhubarb to make some sort of pie or crumble, but I only found two (almost) ripe stalks. Oh well! I still had some strawberry shortcake waiting for me...fitting, since the colors and style of the outfit made me crave something with strawberries and cream.