I am ready for spring. I got my florals on, my brights and pastels, and all my flats and sandals lined up and ready. Now I’m just going to ignore the fact that the temperature had dropped back down into the 30’s and low 40’s the last few days. I’m just going to go ahead and keep thinking spring, and maybe it will happen.
dress: Buffalo Exchange
I seem to have acquired quite the collection of camera bags. I wore my new Ona bag in tuesday’s post, and here I have my other new one - my Epiphanie Brooklyn bag. I’m really excited to use this one, because I think it will be perfect for traveling. I often fly by myself, and carrying a big bulky shoulder bag, while rolling a suitcase, and carrying a coffee and ticket can be, well, not so fun. So I’m picturing that this backpack will make things so much easier!
And it just so happens that I will traveling all this weekend and next week - how perfect! I not only imagine myself carrying this bag, I also plan on wearing an outfit pretty similar to this for my flight. Mostly knits, lots of layers, comfy boots, and a colorful carry-on. The perfect formula for travel wear.
P.S - check back tomorrow for a look inside my Epiphanie Brooklyn bag!
sweater: thrifted Gap
striped tunic: c/o OASAP
pants: Denimocracy (won in a giveaway)
bag: Epiphanie Bags
boots: Lulu’s (christmas gift from Boo)
- I’ve finally gotten around to updating my about me page, if you are interested.
-The winner of the Seams To Be giveaway has been announced here!
-Stay tuned tomorrow… I have a DIY coming up for the hair arrow I’m wearing in this post!
sweater: Buffalo Exchange
skirt: Lace Affair
snood: c/o Seams To Be
hair arrow: DIY (check back tomorrow!)
worn on October 5th, 2011
Another DIY project! I’ve had this dress for a while, and wore it a lot during last fall’s 30 for 30. But I made a big boo-boo and got a major rip in the bottom portion of it. Its been sitting in my sewing room forever because I couldn’t bare to throw it out. I don’t know why it took so long, but it suddenly dawned on me. Duh! It would make a pretty cute top. Chop, chop, chop.
top: LOFT dress DIY-ed into top
shoes: Qupid via LuLu’s