Well, let's see. There's my new haircut - that's the teens (current). I am pretty sure that the penchant for the side shaved head on a lady of my age hasn't been a style in any decade except now.
- Top - B. Altman & Co., by Hal Fentman, vintage '70s, thrifted; last seen here when I was Carol Burnett in October
- Skirt - Hettemark's of Sweden, sold from W&J Wilson, vintage early '60s, thrifted; last worn here way back in January 2014 with Etro
- Boots - Kope Tiam Coffee, Fluevogs; last worn here in January 2014 with a bigass leather skirt
here just two days ago.
- Scarf - Pierre Balmain of Paris, vintage 80s, thrifted
- Belt - Plum
- Bracelet - fake Gucci, vintage 80s, gift from Mom and Dad
- Earrings - local, 5th anniversary gift from L
I'm off to cook some beef stew for dinner. I think I just might have some wine with that!
"From the aughts," sounds so much better than "from the zeros." I love how you wear this scarf. Great idea! And I cast my eye at your footwear. Your hair is schwing as well. Doesn't it feel great? Gimme a new haircut and I can conquer the world.ReplyDelete
Aha! Scarfspiration! Never seen it done this way before.ReplyDelete
The jumbled decades look great! Who knew :-) Jazzy Jack
Very, very cool haircut! I love how you take chances and change up your 'do. Great decades-mixing too - it all works. xoxReplyDelete
Leave it to YOU to come up with such a creative way to wear that fabulous scarf! Wearing it this way, you can see the whole pattern and design on it YOURSELF! GREAT haircut!ReplyDelete
Great mixing from various eras! The new hair is fab - I've seen more and more older women with funkier haircuts lately, and I'd like to think I've been an inspiration ;)ReplyDelete
The scarf on the waist is a nice touch and adds a nice splash of pattern against the solid skirt.
I jumble up the decades all the time, it's the best way - no one wants to be a vintage purist (or snob!) Love the mash-up, and the haircut! xxxReplyDelete
I love how even after years of blogging we still have nearly the same hair cut!! (I did a home cut on my bangs afterwards though, they weren't falling right)ReplyDelete
Great idea on how to wear the scarf… it would have never occurred to me !ReplyDelete