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Tag Archives: vintage dress
the moral wardrobe: equilibrium
Outfit Details: Top – J. Crew / Dress – vintage / Boots – thrifted / Earrings – Ten Thousand Villages I’m having a hard time feeling balanced after a month and a half of nonstop weirdness. Between incessant car troubles … Continue reading
the moral wardrobe: here comes the sun(flower)
I’d forgotten how liberating it is to shoot with a remote! Some argue that photos look less natural with a little clicker in one’s hand, but I like the spontaneity of shots I can take the moment I want to. … Continue reading
recipe for success: black and white + statement hat
sources: hats – one, two, three; dresses – one, two, three; sandals I’ve always loved black and white designs because they make a bold statement with minimal effort. A striped dress pairs perfectly with a vintage-inspired statement hat and simple … Continue reading
Posted in Styleboards Tagged american apparel, beret, black and white, fair trade, graphic, j crew, mod, people tree, recipe for success, ruche, striped dress, vintage, vintage dress, ways to wear it Leave a comment
the moral wardrobe: ditsy floral
I wore this to work yesterday, but I have a confession to make: I didn’t wear these shoes. I wear the same nerdy Skechers sneakers to work every day. It’s just not worth it to sacrifice the integrity of my … Continue reading
Posted in personal style Tagged conscientious consumerism, fair trade, grunge, jumper, nineties, personal style, red hair, the moral wardrobe, thrifted, twitch vintage, vintage dress, wedges 2 Comments
the moral wardrobe: make do
I’d been eyeing a yellow vintage dress from a downtown vintage store for the past two weeks, hoping I would be able to come up with the money to buy it for Easter. But time passed and money was tight, … Continue reading