July 7, 2008

Mon July 7th - So lazy....

Sorry for the inactivity all weekend. While most blogs were posting up their fourth of July (if they're in America) celebratory outfits, I was busy attending a convention and doing other family events.

Due to the intense activity of the weekend, I'm pretty much ready to bum it out for a day or two. I actually went thrifting again today after a small teensy break, and I was surprised! The Salvation Army had so many goodies that were added right before the fourth of July weekend, I was astonished! It was as if everyone decided to get rid of their old clothes right then and there. I was on a budget though, although everything was 50% off, but I did get to buy this amazing Indian-fringe sweater and a straight-out-of 60's lace dress. It's straight out of a Factory Girl's life, so I'm excited. (Although, a slip would be needed to wear underneath, no?)

Of course, I had to be lazy and just threw on a dress. (It was originally a skirt, if you guys may recognize it from a few posts down.) But now I'm in great want of a large floppy sunhat.



Skirt/Dress - Thrifted
Belt - Abercrombie
Shoes - Thrifted Vintage
Hat - Mexico

11 comments:

Lydia said...

so much lushness, it's gorgeous.
i like the skirt as a dress :D

Sharon Rose said...

Love this outfit-so summery! Look forward to seeing your finds too!

Isa said...

you look like summer, I would love to have some late night wine with you!
oh, and that post makes me want to go thrifting so bad, I will have to squeeze that into this week´s plans.

Sophista-Funk said...

that hat is perfect!

Richel said...

that's such a perfect summer dress!

Danz said...

Totally gorgeous dress and I love the belt as well!

yiqin; said...

The print of the dress is amazing! I love the floppy hat! My straw fedora just arrived & I am so excited! :D

Honeymoon said...

U r a fashion addict ! If u want, I invite u to come to see some of the most beautiful heels, dresses and bags of the Paris fashion week !

See u !

miss a. said...

Dresses as skirts are fantastic! It was a great way to get some extra wear out of those ridiculous peasant boho skirts a few years back. That's the last time I ever get suckered into a trend by Sienna Miller.

bi-style said...

such a lovely dress! I love it ! you look gorgeous

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