I am feeling the 60s vibe with this short hairdo. To most people, it might not be short at all, but to me this is the shortest my hair has ever been in over 10 years! I celebrated this new hair with an amazing vintage dress, darling little vintage purse, fun boater hat, and comfy chic flats! Vintage 60s dropwaist dress with both dots and stripes and a bow that makes me look like an wrapped present! It can't get better than that! Thank you Prose and Palaver for this precious piece! I paired it with a little vintage raffia purse from Dairy Farm Antiques with red flowers that resemble the dotted pattern on the dress. Threw on a red boater hat to bring out the red flowers on the purse and not to mention brown and red always look nice together. Finally, I slipped on these amazingly comfy yet chic leather ballet flats by London Sole. You will be seeing lots more of these flats soon because London Sole has kindly sent over a few pairs for me to play with! I can't wait to show them all to you!
We wandered around the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco the other day. Sadly, it was super windy so I only managed to snap these quick shots without hair flying all over my face. Otherwise I would have photographed at many different spots to capture the amazing architecture. An outfit composed of simple chiffon top, floral maxi skirt, flats, and some darling jewelry is perfect for staying comfy yet cute while I am out and about all day!
Pleated chiffon collar top by Mono B.
Vintage floral maxi skirt by JH Collectibles c/o DalAtlanta.
California weather might be pretty nice, but being next to the ocean some evenings can get quite cool. I always carry an extra top, sweater, or a light jacket for layering if I am out and about. If I can't cram a sweater into a small bag or if I don't want to bother holding it, then I have to be creative. An awesome vintage denim maxi dress and a basic stripes top can be worn in many different ways and here I am showing you two!
Lace on top of lace... why not? I love the look of these two kinds of embroidered organza lace together, ultra girly yet playful. The recent trend/comeback of overalls and dungarees is going out of control but I don't mind one bit! I have always loved overalls so I am happy to see them with a modern twist such as this darling embroidered lace overalls gifted by Montar. I can't even begin to explain how much I adore this little number. Everything I've tried layering it with looks amazing! Floral print, stripes, solid color, polkadots... everything goes! I love playing with textures so I settle with a mint peter pan collar top from H&M which is mostly cotton with an eyelet-like lace overlay on top. I complete the look by tying a vintage daisy scarf on my head and kicking it in sparkly socks and jewel-embellished Miu Miu swallow mary janes.
I have a slight obsession with sunflower print and just all kind of floral print in general. I have tons of vintage clothing in sunflower print from denim vest to high waisted shorts but haven't yet acquired a maxi dress until now! So I was super excited when Vintage ReBelle sent me this lovely piece! It is simply gorgeous and unforgettable. I paired it with some wooden platforms and mixed in some modern elements with my Chloé satchel and Lulu Frost matching Drift pendant and cuff.