Friday, March 18, 2011

Bubblegum and Graffiti

Yesterday was one of those perfectly productive days. Workout, etsy, event scheduling, laundry, cleaning and the list goes on. Including updates for Dethrose Vintage and planning for the busy months ahead:)

I was lucky enough to have my dear friend Isa from CHICAGO LOOKS take my picture yesterday in one of our favorite spots in Chicago. This little alley way is known for having amazing rotating graffiti art, It is known as the Augusta Free Wall. It was a super warm and windy day, pretty much a fantastic Spring day! Check out all of Isa's amazing eye for street-style at Chicago Looks

1950's Cotton Bubblegum Dress: Knee Deep Vintage
Crinoline: Antique Mall
 1960's Tapestry Handbag: Knee Deep Vintage
1960's Grey Heels: Thrifted
1950's Sunglasses: Thrifted
Cardigan Jacket: U.O.

This one was my favorite, My dress practically blew over my head! Hahaha


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Amy said...

weird for some reason my first comment didn't show up.
I posted about how I love this layout and that I am blogging about it.

thatdamngreendress said...

absolutely awesome!!! That last picture is just...classic!!

Dakota C. Walsh said...

Your whole outfit goes so well with the colors in the graffiti-- amazing! Such a fabulous dress, too!

Isa said...

Some of my faves of you! The wind was certainly a welcome guest... xo!

Dial V for Vintage said...

Lovely outfit, that dress is gorgeous! :)