I firmly believe in following instincts, whether they be fashion or otherwise. My instincts aren't always right...but they're always there and today mine created this incredibly random outfit. I thrifted this white dress the same night I found my new dresser and though it's incredibly summery and I feel like it needs to be photographed in a field of wild flowers, I've been dying to wear it. So I decided that today was the day. And since I heard that tomorrow we might have flurries, I thought it was finally cold enough to pull out my brown fur coat. This thing is incredibly warm. I wish I could live in it. Anyway, I decided the dress wasn't going to work and I wanted to wear jeans. Since it was incredibly cold in my house, the logical thing to do was to put the jeans on before taking the dress off. I pulled the jeans, looked in the mirror...and something about this struck me. I used to wear skirts over jeans all the time, but never a long flowy peasant dress over flares. I just had to do it. I'm not sure it comes across quite as well in pictures, but I really loved it. It was different enough to pull me out of my rut. This dress has some amazing details. I promise I'll take better photos of that next time but tonight my batteries in my camera died and it just wasn't going to happen. I'm missing pictures of a necklace and my boots, but I'll get them soon. And I finally wore my huge chunky brown boots that I've had forever and haven't worn in at least two or three years.
Brown Boots: Thrifted, apx. $5.
Jeans: Arizona, apx. $20.
Dress: Thrifted, $5.
Gold Elephant Necklace: Charlotte Russe, apx. $6.
Vintage Brown Coat: Thrifted, $70.
Vintage Necklace worn as a Headband: This was a gift.
Gold Vintage Earrings: Thrifted, $1.50.
Vintage Leather Cuff: Thrifted, apx. $3.
Black and Pink Ring: Charlotte Russe, $4.
Green Ring: Charlotte Russe, $4.
Peace Mood Ring: Lucky, $50.
Vintage Gold Ring: another gift.
Vintage Gold Clutch: Thrifted, apx. $3.
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I love love love that vintage coat! Been wanting one for so long! Also I'm such a sucker for shiny little things... Well done, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
great post love the coat xReplyDelete
Jacqueline-I hope you're able to find a coat soon. I've had great luck finding vintage coats in good condition at Goodwills and Salvation Army stores.