Tuesday! We can do this!
I'm all equestrian again.
- Jacket - Talbots, consignment; purchased here for $15.00
- Sweater - Harve Bernard, thrifted; last seen here in July 2014 with many summer colours
- Skirt - Gap, thrifted; last worn here in August 2014 with more green
- Shoes - Bruno Magli, vintage 80s, thrifted; last seen here in October 2014 with yesterday's sweater
Loved this blazer, loved, loved, loved. It's felted wool, no lining, just sewn and the seams are felted smooth. Seriously, I showed it to one of my sewing coworkers and she was boggled by it. It was snuggly and warm too!
This is my entry for "Literary Stylings
" over at Gracy's
I'm not actually riffing on anything that I've read lately, but I love the equestrian look of this (particularly my "barns and horses" silk skirt). I used to have that rabid love of horses, as young girls often do, and read all kinds of short stories and books about horses. "Misty of Chincoteague
" was a particular favourite that I read over and over again. I cannot for the life of me remember any of it.
My sweet 80s shoes! These just scream corporate suits and big shoulder pads, don't they?
Rushed this morning. My imagination was not in gear.
- Belt - Club Monaco
- Earrings - Aldo Accessories
Balls it is!
Nice blazer. Two decades ago, I visited Chincoteague and saw wild ponies in the woods. They're even prettier than you expect without the grooming domesticated horses have. Wooly beauties.ReplyDelete
"Balls it is!" - inspiration for any day : > Love that skirt and jacket. xoReplyDelete