Necklace: Courtesy of Kdikio Vintage
Tunic (shirt) Forever 21 (very old)
Belt: Vintage via Goodwill in Albany, NY (2.00)
Skirt: Vintage via Salvation Army in Raymond, ME (2.00)
I'm not going to lie: I am SO GLAD this week is over! Ugh, has anyone else had an off week? I'll admit I've been avoiding taking style photos this week due to lack of inspiration, I can't seem to stop myself from constantly dreaming of everything summer (mostly summer clothes), despite the weather still being very much wintery. My arthritis flared up this week also, which makes it difficult to even get out of bed in the morning. Man I sound like an old lady, huh? So, I was a bit surprised with myself this morning, I woke up 15 minutes before I had to leave for work (damn) and managed to put together something presentable, and dare I say...stylish!
I think it's all because of the awesome necklace Kristen sent me from Kdikio Vintage. Funny how such a little thing can inspire and and turn the day around! I literally threw this outfit together. The tunic is about three years old and prior to today, I had worn it maybe once for about 3 three hours. What drew me to this shirt in the first place was the vague 1950's tribal pattern- it reminded me of vintage barkcloth- the shirt was gathered in the middle when I bought it which was a feature I promptly removed. I love how it looks paired with the tribal necklace and orange belt! Below is a better image of the necklace, which also shared space in my mailbox with the most recent Anthropologie catalog, ah a girl can dream, no?
Anyway, I'm super excited for the weekend, Chris turns 25 on Monday, so we'll be celebrating with lots of fun things. I also hope to catch Alice in Wonderland at some point, we thought about going tonight, but I'm sure it will be packed!
Oh, and guess what?! The lovely Tara-Lynn of Yarn Over Movement is offering Orchid Grey readers 15% off in her shop for the month of March, just mention the code ORCHIDGREY in a note to seller on her etsy! Now we can all have warm necks!
Also, here are a couple of features on me you may have missed: Erica asked me about my tattoos, and Alana did a little interview!
Have a happy weekend!