Environmentally speaking that is. No matter what your reasons are for loving vintage fashion and buying it, just know that you are contributing to making the earth a wee bit better. Wearing and buying vintage IS a way of recycling. It's very rare I wear something that isn't vintage, I mean head to toe from my shoes to my hair accessories, it's all Vintage. Usually when its not, it's either a gift or something I have had for a while. Now, I am not one who will judge someone for not wearing vintage or not being environmentally conscious of the clothing on their back. I too slip now and again and buy from Anthropologie:)
Anyway, here is my "Green" outfit for today while visiting home. Aside from the flower rings, everything is VINTAGE:)
Also, for all my readers on the east coast and those with family there, my thoughts are with you and please, please stay safe. My brother David & my sister in law Angie, who made an appearance in my last few posts, live in North-East Florida and for bit there we were very worried. But they are both safe and sound! I hope the same goes to you and your loved ones <3
1950s Linen Dress ~ Bombshell Shocked Vintage
Wooden Necklace ~ Estate Sale
1960s Tapestry Bag ~ Antique Mall
FanFare 1970s Shoes ~ JenStyle Chic Vintage
Two Small Bakelite Rings ~ Thrifted
Carousel Charm Bracelet ~ Bunny's Trunk Show
I am in love with this handbag, look at the chain! It's super long and so comfy to carry.
I have been trying new things with my new found love for french braiding. Today I started the braid upside down and then pinned the tail to the side. I can't wait to see what I come up with as my hair continues to grow! I haven't had this long of hair in 4 years!!
All pictures taken by me in my backyard:)
I'm going to see Deerhunter, Cat Power and The Roots tomorrow night! What do you all have planned for the weekend??