Woo! Friday! Today was a quiet day, but I'm still glad to be home and chillin' with my fam.
- Top - B. Altman & Co, by Hal Ferman, vintage 70s, thrifted; last seen here in a jumble of decades in January
- Skirt - Nicole Miller, consignment; last worn here (2nd outfit) for another casual Friday back in November
- Shoes - Miista; last seen here in September with orange
I love this vintage top - I only paid $5.00 for it about a year ago, so even though I don't wear it much, it's still good cost-per-wear.
- Belt - Plum
- Earrings - local
I have a fairly quiet weekend planned, but I'll be back on Sunday with a full report, ready to join "Visible Monday"! See you then!
I didn't know that about the car paint colour. I thought it was about fish, the iridescent scales. Not sure which image I like better. Ha! Probably the paint. I don't like to think of you walking with fish feet. Have a great weekend.ReplyDelete
I've never heard of a color called "trout"! Your blog is so educational. That's a terrific green blouse, great color on you. xoxReplyDelete
Great fit on the skirt, and that's such a cool top! With the shoes and socks, the whole outfit has a 1950s vibe. xxxReplyDelete
Trout shoes. They are rather trouty in the best possible way. You look quite sleek in that skirt. Fab outfit.ReplyDelete
That shirt is a great colour and I love that you put flats on with this skirt. But these aren't just any old flats are they? Trout or not I adore them xReplyDelete
Anna's Island Style
I LOVE the skirt outfits you did with the socks (I assume they're fold down bobby socks) and would like to know if you accept outfit requests involving turtlenecks, pencil/plaid (knee-length) skirts, blazers, bobby socks, glasses and either low-cut sneakers or saddle shoes?!
Fantastic. Great outfit. I am adding your blog to my list. As I must not miss out on you because I forget.ReplyDelete