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Print on Print on Print on Print

Here and now



to go


round up


lonelyhearts


tip of the hat


roundabout


cruisin



Missoni for Target hat from Target; Oliver Peoples sunglasses from a moving sale; feather earrings from a trader in the Swap Market; lizard earring by Eric Geist, gift from the_sasha; silk paisley scarf from an estate sale; black and silver necklace from an estate sale; Free People vest from a tag sale; sheer over thingie from Urban Outfitters; ethnic print dress from a store called Method in Houston; animal bangles by Kenneth Jay Lane et al. from various estate sales; slouch boots from a tag sale in Old Brookville; snake clutch from tag sale in Lake Success.

I love all these prints so much I had to mash them together, y'all. There's a vaguely unifying color scheme, but mostly I just love prints throwing up all over each other. So that's my inspiration here, haha.

The wind was really whipping around the backyard, which is pretty much business as usual. But I thought maybe that would work well with this sheer cardigan thingie and I'm inclined to agree with myself. I finally had a day in which I had nothing particularly important to do, so I was able to rock a clutch. How do you minimalist ladies do it? I can never fit everything important into a clutch and I hate deciding to leave home my flashlight or my girl products or my wallet because I live in constant fear that the day I do that is the day I most need my flashlight or girl products or whatever.

Free People vest from a tag sale snake print clutch from tag sale in Lake Success Oliver Peoples brown sunglasses slouch boots from tag sale in Old Brookville silk paisley scarf from tag sale silver necklace from tag sale in Huntington kenneth jay lane tiger bangle craft ram bangle les bernard camel bangle Victorian portrait ring

Missoni for Target floppy hat from Target ethnic print dress from Method in Houston

feather earrings

Staring at Stars sheer duster from Urban Outfitters Eric Geist lizard earring

2 comments:

  1. I would love to see some extreme closeups for details of the different patterns etc since there is so much going on here. And yes, very artful wind! Well done.

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  2. I always find your ensembles most inspiring.
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