Roaring Burgundy

February 7, 2013

Lately I've been going up to Felton week after week, for brunch and to discover precious little trails and parks here and there. We stopped by Roaring Camp on the way back from brunch at Rocky's where we stumbled upon a small covered bridge that led to a park with railroad tracks, abandoned train carts, and small pond. It was such a nice and quiet spot! I decided to go head to toe in burgundy. Don't mind me but sometimes I just love to match. An awesome vintage sweater with giant cowl neck and contrasting cable knit on the sleeves gifted by Nightwood Vintage, paired with high waisted acid wash jeans, accessorized with a felt hat and this beautiful vintage crocodile leather handbag gifted by The Paraders. I completed the look and tied all the pieces together with my Jeffrey Campbell burgundy tapestry Lita which has both the burgundy and the brown color of the bag.
Vintage sweater with cowl neck and contrast cable knit by Nan Dorsey c/o Nightwood Vintage.
Vintage crocodile leather handbag by Liz Claiborne c/o The Paraders.
High waisted acid wash jeans by Just USA from my work Sway.
Burgundy tapestry Lita by Jeffrey Campbell from Akira.
Burgundy felt floppy hat from F21.


  1. What a lovely place!Your outfit is smokin' hot my dear! Love, Coco

  2. Love the location and lovely pictures you have! Keep the good work!


  3. This looks like such a wonderful day! it inspires me to venture to cool places I've never been to close to me.

  4. Amazing sweater and bag! xx

  5. Super cute outfit, except nobody's butt looks good in high-waisted jeans. I speak this kindly, as someone with a fairly nice ass who came of age in the 80s and 90s and wore dozens of pairs of these things. We all have flat, horrible, mom butt in them, and camel toe happens. That said, you're gorgeous. I wish I had just a tiny bit of your inate style.


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