Tuesday, August 23, 2011

pink flowers and covered wagons

Hiya friends!
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Even though I am really trying hard not to spend any money on more vintage clothing (at least for a month), I couldn’t help buying this scenic 50s skirt from Stacy’s store, Fancy Disaster. Plus, she gave me a super sweet deal cause I’m her homey. I bought this floral headpiece at the Malibu garage sale I mentioned in a previous post. And the white camisole hails from the early 1900s; I’m surprised it has held up so well! I wear this mustard sweater all the time. It’s awkward and fits all weird, but that’s kind of why I like it. I like to have a derelict piece to complete my outfit, so as not to be too perfectly put together.

Outfit: 50s scenic skirt (Fancy Disaster), turn of the century overgarment (Etsy), vintage ankle cowgal boots w/western graphics (thrifted), vintage mustard sweater (thrifted), 50s floral headpiece (garage sale).

6 comments:

  1. OMG,mometarily distracted by those amazing pix last post!!
    Love this skirt,what an awesome print!That headpiece is turning me on.
    XXX

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  2. Wow, that skirt! Those boots!
    I just LOVE the painterly print on that skirt, what an amazing find! You look wonderful!

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  3. The print of your skirt is so wonderful, it looks to be in amazing condition too! The shape of the camisole is quite flattering, I don't own any clothing that old. The flowers in your hair looked so similar to the bush behind you I didn't realize it was a hat at first; lovely and inexpensive find.

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  4. That skirt is SOOOOOOO you!! I'm glad you love it, you look great!
    XO
    Stacy AKA Fancy Disaster

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  5. Wowsers the skirt is amazing, and I love the mustard cardigan paired with the delicate camisole x

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