We were up late last night watching "Game of Thrones" but I still managed to squeeze in time to plan an outfit for today.
- Top - Jean Paul Gaultier, vintage 90s, consignment; last worn here (2nd outfit) in February in a half-right look
- Dress - Geek Boutique, thrifted; first worn here (3rd outfit) in December 2018 for a weekend shop
- Shoes - Marc Jacobs, thrifted; last seen here in September 2018 with my firecracker dress
- Coat (below) - Danier Leather, thrifted; last worn here, earlier this month
My hair really pouffed today! I may have used too much beach spray, but I do enjoy having a bit of a 70s mane.
A very 90s look, isn't it?
Outerwear - it was so chilly this morning, but by the time I walked home, it was lovely and hot.
- Scarf - fake Louis (Lewis!) Vuitton,thrifted
this one) eventually, but today, I liked the silver bits and the nice bright blue.
- Silver/gold cuff - JPL, vintage fair
- Brooch - gift from Mom, New Zealand
- Cuff/square earring - Fossil, gifts from L
- Long earring - Fossil, thrifted
- Lapis lazuli ring/Fulvia Ring - Wendy Brandes
As I was taking the "stuff" pictures after work, Vizzini was circling me, yowling for his food. He spotted the dangling camera cord and...
That dress is such a good fit, perfect for layering! Love your pouffy hair. Isn't it funny how our hair wakes up with a different personality some mornings?ReplyDelete
Ouch, scratchy cat claws. xxx
Thanks, Vix - I love layering tops under dresses like this. My hair is naturally straight with just a touch of a wave - I pretty much let it do what it wants.Delete
Yes, must clip Mr. Kitty's claws!
Can't stop admiring your shoes.ReplyDelete
They are pretty sweet, aren't they? Thanks, Ally!Delete
You know I love black and blue together. The pattern on the top is so intricate and I also love the shoes that are colorblocked in such a great way. I put together a blue and black outfit recently as well. As always we seem to be in sync.
I love the big hair !
I do! I love the pattern of the top - it's just lovely in person. The shoes were such a great find. Big hair for the win!Delete
You'll have made quite an impression on those new people! Start as you mean to go on, and then slowly get them used to Wacky Sheila ;-) That dress skims your hips perfectly, and I love the addition of the cosmic swirls. The shoes are divine! I was thinking they'd be perfect with your colour-blocked skirt, and that was before you mentioned it! Ooh, naughty Vizzini! xxxReplyDelete
Yes, I will be busting out the wacky before too long, I'm sure! Thank you so much - it was a very comfy dress. They were the first thing I thought of with the dress, but I thought they were a little too on-the-nose for a first wearing. Vizzini - what a scamp!Delete
The dress fits you so beautifully and I love how you matched your jacket and your shoes. A very elegant outfit and the cosmic jewellery and shirt were fun!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Vronni! Cosmic power!Delete
I like your hair pouffy like that! I am envious that you are able to style it different ways, one of the few disadvantages of having hair as short as mine is that it pretty much looks the same all the time. This is a great outfit Sheila - I like the dress layered over the blouse.ReplyDelete
It's fun having long hair - it's been so long for me since I've had it like this. I get the short hair thing - that's one of the bonuses! Thank you!Delete
That dress is so very versatile, love the 80s vibe.ReplyDelete
Would you believe I have no idea what GOT is about? I hear and read about everyone being excited about it, yet I am clueless.
Oh, this dress is squarely in the 90s, not 80s. We would never have worn something like this in the 80s!Delete
No big deal, Lorena. Catch up with it some time, if you feel like it!
Loved this look all the more when you added that jacket - the shoes and jacket were made for each other! Fab hairstyle too - a touch of the Farrah Fawcett-Majors!ReplyDelete
Sometimes that coat just makes the outfit! Thank you - woo, Farrah hair! I always wanted that!Delete