Well the storm rolled in and blocked out all of the nice sunlight I had planned on! While the wind began to swirl and drops threatened to halt any photography, we managed to just sneak in some photos of this outfit. Unfortunately it is much more suited to sunlight, but what's a girl to do?
I made this fun teal linen/rayon blend skirt for my trip to California but never got to wear it. I paired it with an ivory peasant blouse with turquoise embroidery and some new turquoise and gold earrings I picked up recently from Etsy. I have a pretty floral blouse to sew that will match this skirt as well, but I've yet to start it! The teal is pretty bright for me but it can be good to branch out right? These ivory shoes have been the best purchase ever (they were on sale for $30 last fall) as it turns out they match everything. I am so happy to have them in both ivory and green!
This was the first try at curling my hair now that it's shorter and I just did it quickly with a curling iron. I liked how it turned out though, even if the wind wanted to tear my feeble set apart. Unfortunately those same winds are supposed to blow in a snow storm this weekend! I thought spring had arrived but it looks like we have more winter on the way. I am so over winter!
|Skirt: Made by me|
Blouse: TJ Maxx (ages ago)
Earrings & Bracelet: Vintage
Shoes: Bait Footwear (Modcloth)