I have a bit of a repeat offender situation happening lately. The original was this outfit from this post:
The tee is semi-sheer. I love semi-sheer clothes, in general, but have such a hard time getting them incorporated into everyday wear. I just wore a black bra with this one. F it. The NECKLACE. The huge concho belt is new (to me). I wasn't sure about it at first. I do love conchos in general, but it was almost too big and it wasn't what I thought I wanted. But whenever I would add it to something, I would usually end up diggin' it. It happened again when I added it to this dress:
post w/o the belt.)
And last but not least, is the skirt with the eagle tee (thrifted) that I finally found and originally had in mind to wear with this skirt:
Now for a couple little pics that I like, both totally different. One is a picture of two dogs. It is a print by someone that is a bit known but I forgot his name and I don't feel like going to look this second. It has a little scruffy part scratched off and I don't care one bit. The weird part is that I like it all. It is so not me, the dogs and all (I always had cats!). But I like it the second I saw it and bought it for $5 off a little farmhouse antique dealer that my good friend brought me to. Funny story: It was priced higher, like $15 or something and I offered the guy $8 cash. He then said I could have it for $5. LOWER than my offer lolzzzz!
The other new pic that I literally just got is this one:
I am seriously going to do a post just on the other vendor booths one day.
Like this jacket in Karen's booth ($38):
And this ashtray (another booth). I like the colors and design. But I really like the utilitarian aspect of the lid for one side. It just makes sense. <3 it.
One more cool thing!!! This one is from my friend's (the one I mentioned earlier) (Etsy) shop. I swear I have loved this cool vintage memories book she has had for sale since the second I saw it. I thought about buying it and keeping it for my girls, but that seemed like too long of a wait. What if they weren't into it? This book needs the right teen/pre-teen to appreciate it, damnit!
Or I might have to pretend I'm 16 again for the next three years and fill it all out for myself. Seriously, I might.