Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Flower Power

Excuse the post absence, but the weather has been awful the past few days! It has made it impossible to write anything, okay not really but it's been cold, okay!!!! When the weather gets cold and rainy, the lazy bum in me just wants to sit on my couch whilst indulging in a bag of popcorn, and watch endless amounts of T.V.
Take for example that fairy tale saga on ABC "Once Upon A Time." that show has me hooked to the T.V so much that last Sunday, I stayed in and watched 6 episodes of it back to back just to catch up on the new episodes.

Okay.... enough of the non-related fashion talk. These pictures were taken inside of my apartment in the area of nothingness that has been waiting to get filled with stuff since I moved in to the place. So anyways about the dress, it is one of the latest things I acquired from the clearance section at Target. It was just hanging there waiting for my little hands to pick it up and take it home with me. Good thing I arrived or it would have been lost amongst the sea of clothing that still stood there waiting.

I was really drawn to the color of it. It is perfect for Spring and Summer and it's covered in: FLORALS! Just like I like it! Now as for the necklace, that was a piece I found at a very small thrift store near my house that my parents found one day while driving around. It has a some vintage clothing and many, many, vintage houseware things. I like that first of all it is vintage and that secondly it is in style right now. It reminds me of those collar necklaces that a lot of fashion bloggers are sporting these days.

But what I really, really, like about it is that it cost me $1.50! Who can beat that?! $1.50 for a vintage necklace! Yep, I know how to find the good stuff!



Slouchy Cardigan, Dress: Target
Tights: Ross
Lace-up Booties: Thrifted
Necklace: Thrifted
Belt: Kohl's

1 comment:

The Daily Fashionista said...

That dress is just so cute!!! I love the floral pattern. I also love the vintage necklace. It's so fun finding gems like that in the thrift store.