I’ve been trying to pinpoint what it is about 70’s and 80’s era blouses that I love so much, and I think it boils down to the fact that they are so dramatic. There are endless combinations of details that serve no functional purpose: pleats, Elizabethan collars, ruffled shoulders, elaborate covered plackets, statement sleeves, pussybows, ornate buttons. Somehow these blouses manage to embody pioneer vibes, the Renaissance, and are also glam?! I don’t understand it either, it’s just true.
Greetings, Frockers! Where do I even begin?! Well, sometimes, when two people love each other very much…one of them ends up with 30 extra lbs, sausage-like fingers, and the absence of a belly button. Oh, and then allegedly there's a baby and it’s super squishy and exciting, but I have yet to confirm that part!
Anyway, as someone who LOVES the creative process of getting dressed in the morning, pregnancy has presented a number of challenges and frustrations. In those early days of adjusting to my new hormonal imbalance, I’ll admit that I cried about my wardrobe more than once. Okay, like lots of times. Each time I would try on a dress that I could no longer zip or button and I would have to relegate it to the "sometime after pregnancy?" closet upstairs, I was a bit crestfallen. The idea of buying maternity clothes didn’t appeal to me, as I don’t plan to be “in the family way” ever again, and I didn’t want to waste money on dresses I’d only wear a few times that would likely be ugly. So. For much of my pregnancy I made the following work:
-tent or smock style dresses
-70’s/80’s polyester dresses with elastic waists
In the last trimester, I have had to succumb to a few maternity pieces, most of which I got second-hand. In the end, I have to admit they worked better than awkwardly stuffing my Winnie-the-Pooh-esqe physique into a belly band and trying to conceal my new backfat with cardigans, all in the name of making a vintage piece work. It turns out that they make special clothes for pregnancy for a reason, and it’s not just a scam created by the patriarchy (although pregnancy itself might be??). Below are some of my favorite dresses I’ve worn throughout, most which you may have seen on my ‘grams. (The first three are from Scout, the gingham one is Lions Mane Vintage).
When Hello Holiday dropped this mother’s day collection just weeks before my due date, part of me was like, “OMG PERFECT TIMING, SO CUTE!” and then the other part was like, “Ew…am I ready to self-identify as a mother?”
Among the thousands of things I have found to be anxious about during pregnancy, one of the most persistent has been this idea of being called someone’s mom. For me, the word “mom” is fraught with emotional baggage and general ickiness (which I’m totes working out with my therapist, so don’t worry!). Aside from my personal negative connotations, there’s also this broader idea of moms that we’ve all been fed, and it ain't pretty. I recently read this book:
It was difficult to read, because it was both so relatable for me and so undeniably negative. But my hang-ups with this “mom” business were perfectly captured in this passage from the book:
Who wanted to be a mother anyway? Mom called to mind a relationship with someone, not an individual. A mom was your servant. A mom wore a white, collared shirt and stood at the kitchen island selling cereal in television commercials. Moms took up whole sidewalks with their goddamn strollers. Moms nagged. I knew it was all internalized misogyny…but I still couldn’t quite get around it. There was no mother I wanted to be.
Anyway, at the risk of sounding like Carrie Bradshaw, I had to wonder-- what if the first step to defining and accepting this label "mom" was something as simple as wearing it on a cute t-shirt?
Maybe it is possible to be myself and be someone's mom.
Hopefully next time I'm writing this blog, I'll have massive bags under my eyes and a suction cup attached to my nipple while Margot is soundly asleep in the next room. <3
Nothing pleases my eye more than the late 70's/early 80's McDonald's color palette. I guess the red-yellow-brown combo just makes me think of ketchup and mustard on a thin, yet preservative-rich hamburger patty. This unlocks a shameful pleasure center located deep in the recesses of my mind.
Important side note: Did anyone else own this as a child?
I'm fairly sure this is from the 70's, so I must have had it as a hand-me-down from a cousin. I think we can all agree that giving a child a play fast food restaurant is problematic, but it was the 80's, so let's be thankful I wasn't worshipping Satan and doing blow.
ANYWAY, this blog is about clothes, I think. So this dress. THIS DRESS. It's one of my all-time favorite things and it makes me nostalgic for some vintage Hamburglar.
Also, I just got this beret from Free People and I'm convinced that it looks cute with e-ver-y-thing so I'll probably be over-wearing it all fall and winter. (**I realize it is more of a strawberry beret, but there's no Prince songs about those, now are there?)
Dress: Scout Dry Good and Trade//Beret: Free People//Shoes: B.A.I.T. Footwear//Tights: Target
So this next look features some of my favorite fall staples: denim shirts, corduroy, and scarves. I thought this outfit had some cool western vibes. Southwestern maybe? You decide.
Shirt: Scout Dry Goods and Trade//Skirt: Thrifted//Scarf: Thrifted???//Boots: Seychelles, old
So I really like it when I find a piece from one decade that is inspired by a different decade. Like do you guys remember in the 90's when 70's fashion and iconography got cool again? If not, consult this or any number of nostalgic internet posts about the Delia's catalog. Anyhow, this dress is an 80's does 50's, which is a combo I particularly dig. Also, I like geometric designs.
Dress: Whurl App//Necklace: Scout Dry Goods and Trade//Shoes: B.A.I.T. Footwear
I'm hoping to put together some spooky Halloween-y looks in the next couple of weeks--though I'll admit, I am lacking in this particular genre of holiday wear.
If you've never watched the "Raspberry Beret" video, it is worth the 4:21 of your time. Trust me.
We're finally starting to chip away at those disturbingly-global-warming-ish-95-degree fall mornings here in the midwest---which means it's time to bring out my full autumnal arsenal of deep reds, rusty oranges, chocolatey browns and mustard yellow frocks. Now, I never met a color I didn't like (pale skin tone be damned) but the warm hues of fall are my jam.
This first frock has been in my wardrobe for a few years, and it's always the dress I use to signal that it is, in fact, fall. It's the dress equivalent of ordering a PSL. I love the vibrant color combo, and the light linen blend works well for the early days of fall when the sun is still blazing.
Dress: Paper Doll Vintage (RIP)//Shoes: Lions Mane Vintage
So this next one is one of my personal favorites. I am a sucker for a big ole pointy 70's collar and the print reminds me of curtains your grandma would have in her kitchen. This one is a nice thick polyester that feels too heavy for summer, but since it's sleeveless it requires a cardi in the fall.
Dress: Scout Dry Goods and Trade//Cardigan: Modcloth (old)//Shoes: Lions Mane Vintage
I don't often wear dresses that are a solid color (I like prints, if you haven't picked up on that), but I like how unadorned this simple brown dress is, because I can play with all sorts of headband/ascot/cardigan/tights/boots combos to spiff it up a bit. It also leaves room to mix patterns in my accessories, as I've done here wit ha floral headscarf and a striped cardigan.
Dress: Thrifted//Cardigan: Scout Dry Goods and Trade//Shoes: See previous two outfits//Necklace: Paper Doll Vintage
By now you may be wondering if my entire fall wardrobe looks like a bag of pumpkin spice M & M's. Well, honestly it kinda does---but I did break out of the candy corn palette on Friday to wear this jewel-toned gem I got from Shop Whurl IRL when she did a pop-up at Hello Holiday a couple weekends ago. Dreams really do come true, you guys.
I don't usually delve into the 80's too much, but I do have a soft spot for early 80's secretary-esqe dresses. Can you picture a gal named Debbi with feathered bangs and glasses the size of her whole face answering phones in this? Amazing. Anyway, I wore this to see Angel Olsen at Lincoln Caliing and she was so so so good.
Dress: Whurl//Shoes: B.A.I.T Footwear//Necklace & Belt: Thrifted
What do you love about fall clothing? Berets? Jean jackets? Sweaters? Holla at me!
Fall really makes me want to listen to some Neil, so here you guys go. Bonus track: Angel Olsen at NPR.
Do you guys remember the 2-part episode of Roseanne when they go to Vegas? Of course you do. Truly, all I wanted in the world was to have a queen of hearts sweatshirt with sequin detailing for this trip.
However, I didn't have any card-themed clothing, so I went a different direction.
This first outfit was actually my plane ensemble, which Mr. Fine Frock described as something a C-list actress from a Hulu original show would wear on a plane. A pretty solid burn, but he's not wrong. I reprised the outfit later in the weekend because I packed light and also I just really liked it.
I spotted this great hotel with a retro feel called The Plaza, and I knew I wanted to get some pics there. The exterior has a huge pop-art mural and this cute mod-ish courtyard I'm posing in front of, but the interior...my gawwwwwd, it's rough. We attempted to go to their breakfast buffet, but the smell of this establishment, you guys.
Imagine the basement of your grandma's house after she chain-smoked in it for 50+ years, then put a few thousand vanilla scented glade plug-ins around the place to freshen things up a bit. Yeah.
I love the look of this simple black jumpsuit with a multi-patterned kimono. It feels part glam, part pajamas--wait, paglamas?! I think I just coined a new word.
Jumpsuit and Shades- Hello Holiday//Kimono-Urban Outfitters//Shoes-Anthropologie
Next: The Wedding Outfit
I've had this frock for a few months, but I needed a good formal occasion to wear it to, because it's just a bit too fancy for everyday use. A Las Vegas wedding seemed like the perfect venue, especially because the bride has a vintage/eclectic style. As I mentioned last week, I ordered the shoes online specifically to go with the dress and they ended up matching perfectly. I love it when that happens, don't you?
Dress: Whurl app//Shoes: B.A.I.T footwear
So we stayed in downtown Vegas (or the "old strip") at The Golden Nugget and it was delightfully kitschy. Fremont Street was full of glittery breasts, Chippendales guys, street performers and the like. But also--souvenirs! Browsing tacky souvenirs is always fun, and man--Vegas has no shortage.
Overall, loved the wedding, loved the neon signs of downtown, loved the vegetarian spot we ate at (VegeNation) and loved Container Park.
I wouldn't dream of posting pics of the bride's whole outfit before she does, but trust me--IT WAS EPIC.
That's all for now! Join me next week to see what amazing finds I score when the founder of the vintage app I'm obsessed with (Whurl, duh) does a pop-up HERE IN OMAHA!
Roasted root veggies/crisp autumn air creeping in/mauve lips, brown tights, clogs
Oh hey! Whipped up that haiku about fallish things I love just for you! You know what I don't love, though?
Giant spiders hanging from everything.
Also, I guess I'm supposed to stop wearing my white loafers now, so that's a bummer.
One of my yoga teachers used to always talk about fall as the windy season--a time of feeling unbalanced and erratic. Plus I think Mercury is in retrograde, whatever the h*ck that means, so you should honestly just get in a nice grounding child's pose and stay there until I tell you it's safe to come out, k? (*might not be a bad position to be in if we get bombed by North Korea either*)
Since it's almost time to rotate my summer wardrobe out, I'm getting in a couple of my favorite summery pieces this week. Starting with this mid-century house print dress. I got this 3 (or 4?!) summers ago from Hello Holiday back when you parked in front of a nondescript building and texted someone to come out with your goods. As cute as their storefront is now, I kind of liked the novelty of this arrangement bc it felt like a speakeasy for cute dresses.
Every time I wear this dress, at least one stranger will start a conversation with me about it. Usually the conversation revolves around "The Brady Brunch" house, though the color palate reminds me more of the pastel dreaminess of the neighborhood in "Edward Scissorhands".
We need to talk about these glitter shoes! I bought these to go with a dress I'm wearing to a wedding next weekend, but I couldn't resist trying them out. I adore B.A.I.T shoes bc they're vintage inspired AND vegan! You can get them in any color of the rainbow and there are a ton of styles. Downsides---they aren't the most comfortable and they get worn somewhat easily. Not an every day shoe.
Okay--onto the PANTS!
Say whhaaaat?! I used to never wear pants--but this summer I stumbled across an amazing pair of vintage polyester pants that fit like a dream, and I ended up buying a couple more pairs of them on the Whurl app.
Pants: Not Your Sweetheart Vintage via Whurl//Shirt: Thrifted//Shoes: Hello Holiday, old//Purse: Scout Dry Goods and Trade
Last week I said I was going to show you some pink furry heels--I just didn't get around to photographing them! BUT--they will definitely make an appearance in my Vegas wedding wardrobe next week!
I hope you're enjoying this transitional time of year and co-existing peacefully with the massive arachnids attached to your home. <3
It's the most wonderful time of the year!
The start of the school year is THE BEST. Everyone has a new box of crayons and the totally unfounded belief that it's going to be the best year ever. Of course, you know I have to bring my "A" game the first couple weeks of school, outfitwise.
For the first day, I went for a vibrant orange vintage dress with a necktie. I'm a sucker for neckties, pussy bows, and the like. I felt a bit like a late 70's secretary--Mary Tyler Mooreish, I suppose. (Was she a secretary? I assume she was bc sexism.)
Sadly, my puppy was so excited when I returned home from school that he ripped a (large) hole in this 30+ year old polyester frock. Whenever I ruin vintage I have to laugh/weep at the notion that this piece of clothing existed relatively unscathed for three or four decades, only to be ruined after a week in my possession. This is why we can't have nice things.
Dress: Scout Dry Goods and Trade // Shoes + Bag: Modcloth (old) // Bracelet: Thrifted
You had me at rainbow polkadots. This dress reminds me of funfetti cupcakes and Twister (the game, not the 90's movie with Helen Hunt). So it's basically like a children's birthday party in dress form! Also it's suUuuUper comfortable, flattering and profesh-looking, imo.
Dress: Hello Holiday, old // Shoes: B.A.I.T footware // Dog: Nebraska Humane Society
This was my first day of school outfit last year, and I pulled it out for a 2017 remix. However, I didn't photograph it this year--so this is last year's picture. Is that cheating? I think so, but it's my blog, so whatever.
I love everything about this dress! It's bright, fun and cheery, just like the start of the school year should be.
Dress: Petal Pink Vintage // Shoes: Probably the same red ones from above
Even if you're not in education, I hope you, too, have a new 64 pack of Crayolas (with built-in sharpener) and a renewed sense of purpose.
Stay tuned next week to see the shoes I bought when I was trying to only make "sensible" purchases this month (one pair is pink and furry--totally necessary wardrobe staple)!
So before we get into this, I learned about this cool thing called Resistbot this week. If you text RESIST to 50409, this little robot will send a personalized message to your representatives for you. So maybe take a second to hop on and let them know how you feel about DT and neo nazis. Ask your reps to denounce white supremacy, okay? It's literally the least they could do.
Ah, jeans. The quintessentially cool + casual pant donned by rock and roll rebels and suburban moms alike. There's something about a pair of blue jeans that makes you wanna crank up The Boss, tool around in the garage, and light up a Marlboro (red, obvs). But before you blow the dust off that Nebraska vinyl, I have a confession to make: I hate jeans.
There, I said it. I loathe Levis, despise dungarees, jeer at jeggings!
Few things have alienated me more from my fellow humans than my distaste for blue jeans.
So, why do I harbor such hatred for these hamhock holders? Welp, since your millennial attention span is undoubtedly waning, I've developed an abbreviated list.
4 Reasons Why Jeans Are The Actual Worst
1. THEY DON'T EFFING FIT.
As a lady who does her fair share of plei squats and Warrior 1's, my backside evokes the peach emoji. Any jeans that can harness my hindquarters will be falling off my waist. This creates a perpetual one inch space between my shirt and my pants whenever I sit down. I'm a professional woman/pillar of the community, and I don't have time to keep pulling my shirt down to conceal my regrettable lower back tattoo, k?
2. They feel like thigh prisons.
OK again—if you have thick thighs, you understand that jeans cling to them like seran wrap. I do not wish to have my thighs held in by a casing as if they were kielbasa sausages. #liberateyourlegs
3. They're confusing af.
High rise, boot cut, slim fit, skinny, stone-washed, boyfriend cut. The number of modifiers on a piece of clothing should not exceed my coffee order at Starbucks (which is three).
4. They are responsible for the invention of JORTS.
I could write a dissertation (or, like, another short list) about why jean shorts are problematic. As soon as you sit down, they immediately transform into a denim diaper. I threw all of my jean shorts into a donation bin at the beginning of the summer and I am never looking back.
I'm sorry to yuck everyone's yum here--and no, I didn't just create a new post so I could hate on your favorite pants. I'd like to showcase some ways that I do like my denim.
Starting with shortalls.
I can't explain why exactly (physics?) but these shortalls have none of the problems that regular jean shorts generally do. They have a loose fit, they never roll up awkwardly, and they're just dang cute.
I like pairing these with a crop top or a vintage tee, and throwing a kerchief in the mix for fun.
Obviously we gotta talk about denim dresses. I don't normally delve into 90's style, largely because I clearly remember the 90's and I'm not willing to recognize clothes from that decade as vintage, okay? But, I have always loved denim jumpers and maxi dresses. The elementary school teacher look just gets me...and now that I work in an elementary school, it's even more relevant.
This one has shoulder pads, which I usually cut out of clothing, but not this time!
So while we're on the subject of 90's elementary school teachers, animal print vest, anyone? I snagged this a couple of weeks ago for $1 and I think it's pretty rad. Feel free to zoom in to check out the animal details.
Anyways--back to the denim. This is a super soft, perfectly worn 70's jean skirt that I've had for years and I never tire of wearing. It's a fun alternative to your run-of-the-mill pencil-cut denim skirt.
Feel free to drop me a comment about your fave jeans brand and *maybe* I'll consider giving 'em a shot. After all, 80 million soccer moms can't be wrong.
Next week I'll be posting some pics of Back-to-School outfits. Spoiler Alert: Primary colors and fruits will feature heavily.
Until then, do yourself a favor and watch this video on repeat.
With August creeping in, we were able to sneak in one more outing, this time for a music festival in our exotic neighbor to the east: Iowa. As it turns out, I *might* be too old/bougie to see bands in this format much longer (at least without the aid of a pop-up camper). The main attraction was Ryan Adams, and there were a few other shows we wanted to catch, including Foxygen, The Head and the Heart, and Gary Clark, Jr..
Also, Dwight Yoakam was there. I'll come back to that.
Look, I'm not going to sugarcoat this: music festivals lend themselves to some heinous fashion choices. Camouflage cargo shorts, tye-dye, Chalcos (w/socks!), batik/tribal prints, and fringed ankle booties as far as the eye can see. This is a setting where function > fashion for sure. In other words, not an environment in which I naturally flourish.
Let's get to the outfits, shall we?
For Friday afternoon, I kept things low-key cute with one of my favorite vintage tee's, a button down mid-length skirt, and a scarf that I've been really into all summer.
Saturday: Cool and cloudy all day long, baby! We ventured out to Des Moines for lunch, and I have to give a shout out to the veggie patty I had at Zombie Burger. This was the most craving- satisfying fast foodish cheeseburger I've had since I stopped eating meat. 10/10, would recommend.
Annnnyway, outfits. Since it was so pleasantly cool, I was able to do this daisy-rainbow-gingham combo. The look made me feel a little more refined; like I was sipping lemonade on a porch instead of drinking boxed wine out of a coffee mug.
Finally, for the Saturday night shows, I wanted to lean into a 1969 Newport Folk Festival vibe, as opposed to a 1998 Phish show aesthetic. I love the saturated gem-tones of this dress, and the fabric is reminiscent of a potato-sack in the best way possible. The sandals I'm wearing here basically disintegrated right after these pics were shot, as if by some sort of festival black magic.
Dress: Scout Dry Goods and Trade, Necklace: Buffalo Exchange, Shoes: Born, super old, sacrificed to the festival gods
OK--before I go--let's talk about Dwight. His crowd banter definitely had white nationalism overtones. Color me unsurprised. He also taught me about yet another musical genre I didn't know was a thing--Cowpunk. That's right, it's a mix of mohawks and fiddles, prison tattoos and stand-up bass players. It's an internet rabbit hole you don't want to go down, folks. Stick to your yacht rock.
It's time to put the camping equipment away and start thinking about my day job, y'all. Stay tuned next week for a categorical list of all the reasons why dresses rule and jeans drool.
While I love polka dots, novelty prints, stripes, gingham, etc., the print I most consistently have in the mix is flowers. I tend to favor big, bold 60's floral prints over the more dainty/delicate ones of the 90's-00's. Think psychedelic garden party or Hawaiian BBQ (sans rotating pig carcass, plz).
I picked up this tropical frock at Buffalo Exchange in Boulder. I've been loving mid-length and maxi dresses lately, though I used to feel that they were overwhelming for my 5'3" frame. Now they make me feel like a little Russian nesting doll or something.
This next frock falls into a genre of dress that I thoroughly appreciate: the 70's/80's airy, see-through polyester blend. This type of dress can look fancy or casual depending on how you stlye it, and just feels so dang breezy and cute. Last week, I wore this dress to karaoke and then a couple days later to dinner. If I wear it twice in one week, you know it's good.
Finally, a gifted frock from my afore-mentioned hair wizard. This dress speaks to my soul for a million reasons, but mostly because it feels like you just threw on an old sheet. It's house dress chic at it's finest, and the skirt is incredibly full for maximum twirl satisfaction.
I'm thinking of having a weekly feature of Luther's favorite shot, because it's always the most absurd. Here he went straight up college-photography-student and snapped some v high fashion pics through these tree branches.
I hope you're all enjoying the last few weeks of summer! Drop me a line and let me know what kind of floral prints you fancy.
Next week I'll be featuring some festival styles as I head to Hinterland to see long-time love Ryan Adams. Apparently he just tweeted some really uncool stuff at The Strokes, so I'll be sure to ask him what up with that. Not sure what I'll wear just yet but I know it won't be a headdress.
Last week, Luther and I embarked on a last-minute, haphazardly thrown together trip to Colorado. The loose plans included staying at a casino hotel, camping for a couple of nights, and hanging out in Boulder. Packing for trips is not a strong suit for me anyway, but this one was especially rough because of the 48 hours of nature therapy (or whatever). I had to purchase and wear hiking shoes, guys. Gross.
Anyhow, despite misreading a trail map, having a panic attack 3 miles from the top of Mt. Evans, and showering at a YMCA, I did manage to enjoy myself and get in a couple of good frocks. I also got to stop at a favorite small town thrift and ye old Buffalo Exchange in Boulder.
After the 2-day camping excursion concluded (i.e. I awoke at daybreak and proclaimed it time to bounce), we were left with like 8 hours to kill before we could check in to our hotel. Enter: the $12 YMCA shower (you can get yourself clean, you can have a good meal, etc.). Post-shower I was truly feeling like a new woman in this cream colored vintage house dress with apple embroidery.
The above shot is my personal fave, because of this green motel which totes had Fargo-season-2-motel-shootout vibes.
The details on this dress are so good.
Dress- Scout Dry Goods and Trade/Shoes- Born, ridiculously old
Many years ago, my friend Ginger and I took a road trip to Colorado in which our main objective was to thrift along the way. We stopped at this Goodwill in Lexington, NE. and it was a jackpot. I decided to stop by and see if I might have the same stroke of luck.
I purchased a vintage suitcase, as well as a skirt and necklace, which I styled below by pairing with a striped crop top that has quickly become a summer wardrobe staple.
Crop top-Hello Holiday/Skirt, necklace-thrifted/Shoes-thrifted
A quick aside: we have satellite radio in our new car, and because of this I learned that there is a musical genre called "Yacht Rock". It's basically late 70's/early 80's soft rock that yuppies might listen to while sipping white wine and wearing Sperry's. Think Kenny Loggins, Hall & Oates, and "Rosanna" by Toto. If you find yourself at a late summer yacht party, now you know what to request from the DJ to fit in with the old money (are there DJ's on yachts...?).
Do you like to check out thrift stores and vintage spots on vacation? How do you decide which places to stop? More importantly, whose your favorite yacht rock artist?! Drop me a comment, I'd love to hear from you!
Hey! For my blogitorial debut, I thought it would be very "on-brand" to showcase and discuss a few clutch pieces I like to don in the unrelenting heat of mid-July in Nebraska.
Despite the oppressive temps, July and August are two of the best months to get dressed in, imo. Sure, your make-up, hair, outfit, and will to live will be destroyed by sweat within the first few moments of sun exposure. But listen--I am waaaay into dressing seasonally (like, probably too into it, honestly), and this time of year calls for:
- Vivid oranges, sunshiny yellows, electric pinks
- Wild patterns
- Fruit prints
- Hawaiian/tropical flower vibes
- Breezy, cotton vintage dresses that are so thin that everyone can probably (definitely) see your underwear, but you're doing you and wearing them anyway.
Let's do this.
So I think we can all agree that tent dresses are amazing. They flatter any body type, and the mod silhouette is adorbs. Bonus points if it has pockets and a huge bow as the neck tie.
This next tent dress is a new favorite, because it reminds me of Fruit Stripe gum. Again, an attractive cut for anyone, really, but especially pear-shaped gals like me.
Dress- Whurl (download the app on your iPhone! here. Shoes- Modcloth, old
This next sunshiny number reminds me of Peggy Olsen, whose entire wardrobe I adore. I love a good necktie/pussy bow! This dress is also wonderfully light and airy, perf for 90+ days in the midwest.
Do you ever have dresses that you just love so much you don't even know when to wear them? This dress is such glorious vintage perfection that I always feel compelled to save it for special occasions. I mean daises, stripes, AND strawberries! Whaaaat?! Here, I'm just a vegetarian wearing it at a burger joint, because I'm worth it.
Dress- Paperdoll Vintage / Shoes- Modcloth, old
What do you like to wear during the hottest part of the year? Drop me a comment or hit me up on my 'grams at a_fine_frock.
Stay tuned next week as I attempt to stay stylish on a mountain get away...