Dress: Goodwill, Shoes: Buffalo Exchange Kenneth Cole, Belt: Salvation Army
Here are classmates and friends Aracely and Melissa. Melissa is to our right. She always dresses up, this girl is a everyday heel wearing girl, and I'm not talking 3 inch heels more like in the 5 inch range! Anywho I absolutely loved her outfit today It was so 1960's Manhattan, like Audrey Hupburn. She insisted that the only way I take her photo is if it was with Aracely. They're both looking cute!
Past Weeks Outfits
"Wilma I'm Home!" I look straight outta the Flintstones Cartoon! Not that it's a bad thing. I'm wearing one of my favorite dresses, it's thrifted. The belt I got from the clearance rack at Target. You can barely tell, but I'm wearing my hair in a beehive and that's my toolbox 1960's cosmetics case that I was mentioning earlier.
I loved this outfit! I received plenty compliments that day too. Wearing my 1950's style sundress (the print looks very vintage, though it is not), my hair slicked back in a low ponytail with flower clip and side faux bangs.
Just another everyday school outfit. My blouse is thrifted from a flea market across the street from my school bought for $1.25! It looks very 1930's, it's a sheer printed cotton with a small floral print. Wearing my thrifted navy blue skirt and my favorite saddle shoes.
I absolutely loved this outfit and so did many others! I was feeling in a Springy, Paris kind of mood! Is that weird? Wearing my thrifted cotton blouse, Clearance rack sweater bought for $5 (I hate to admit it another great Walmart find), my Vintage Paris scarf a Christmas gift from my Great Aunt and one fo my favorite pairs of earrings from Forever 21 $4.
I wore it with cuffed jeans and my saddle shoes. I realized later in the day this outfit would have been probably much cuter with a skirt, but it's still cute either way! (sorry for the bad lighting it was getting dark)