Skirt: Peter Popovitch, thrifted, $1.50
Gingham Dress (shirt): Old Navy, $15, Old Navy outlet store
Purple Tights: ??
Boots: Franco Fortini, eBay, OLD
Belt: Target, clearance rack
Bracelet: Inherited from my grandma
Glasses: SEE Eyewear
A little bit of a lumberjack mix, if you will. I threw in some purple tights just to throw you off a bit - not that you can see them. I always envision this skirt being shorter though I've worn it a zillion times.
I bought this belt two years ago as part of a Halloween costume. (I was dressing as Rachel Zoe, if you're wondering.) And when I say I bought it as part of a Halloween costume, I mean I purposely bought it as "part of a Halloween costume" because I really just wanted it. Don't act like you don't do this! :) I think it was only around $9 but I just couldn't justify a $9 belt I would only wear here and there unless I had a specific purpose for it. The Halloween costume filled that purpose.
P.S. Ignore the fuzzies on my skirt. They come by way of the Snuggie I was wearing. Don't worry, I changed into pajamas soon after this. Much more suitable for Snuggie wearing.
This is quite possibly my most treasured bracelet. I inherited it, along with lots of other pieces and her actual jewelry stand, from my grandma. I would love to tell you a story about remembering all the great times I had with my grandma while she was wearing this bracelet but I honestly don't have one. I don't ever recall seeing her wear this and I honestly can't imagine her wearing this - it isn't something I would have ever expected coming from her... but I think that that is what makes it so special and interesting to me. It's clearly a vintage piece, obviously most likely from the 1970s... why did she keep it all those years and never wear it? Who was it from and where did she wear it? What did she do while wearing it? I love imagining the places it might have gone with her and that is good enough for me.