And we did climb to the top of the original castle
Splendid ceilings in 24 carat gold leaf
A small part of the library
I can see why William Morris fell in love with medieval pattern
And at the end of the day a girl has to have a bit of retail therapy.
My thanks to Tim at Curzon Fabrics; http://www.lcurzon.com.au/
who allowed this to happen by treating me with a bonus before I left - thankyou Tim!
The clothes are an eclectic mix of vintage and just like I was wearing in the 70's - yum, yum. The label is 'White Stuff' and their logo Happiness in every stitch. Gotta love that and their other logo "put the kettle on"! Check out their website; http://www.whitestuff.com/
They have been going for 25 years - I'm probably 30 years too old but none the less I indulged in a denim skirt, vest top and butterfly necklace....
Love their bags
And check out the patchwork tiled stairs to the dressing rooms
And more shops at night
I am definitely 30 years too old for this shop but check out their
window display - 180 antique sewing machines!!
And finally a tailor with style - William Morris shirt and tie (Larry said 'no thanks')