Inspired #OOTD’s

Grey oxford brogues from Aldo

Moon/Lapis Lazuli Earrings from Urban Outfitters

Thrifted denim dress from Bungalow, Kensington Market

Inspiration: Baby Blue Pontiac Firebird 🙂

Felucca Lace deck shoes from Sebago

T-shirt c/o Dan Griffin

Lace/Denim Cut-offs from American Eagle Outfitters

Inspiration: Dan Griffin

Brown Messenger Bag from Urban Outfitters

Thrifted Guess High-waisted Jeans

Thrifted Blue Pussybow Blouse from Flattery

Venetian Glass Ring gift from Mom 😉

xo K 

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Weekend “Hipsy” Threads

Both V and I are feeling oh-so-uninspired to write today. A good time to do an outfit post. Weekend threads! But I have a confession… the last outfit I wore today… at work. It’s probably not entirely office appropriate but maybe I just felt like continuing the weekend in some small infinitesimal way. SUE ME.

V said I went from “Hippy to Gypsy” this weekend, so “Hipsy” is the theme here. In honor of my gypsy-ness today – I channeled my girl Stevie Nicks and sang this tune at the top of my lungs on repeat all the way to work. If I had to listen to one song on repeat until the day I die, this would be a big contender.

Gypsy – Fleetwood Mac

Stevie Nicks is an effing fashion icon and music legend. I have a strange obsession with her, and on more than one occasion have found myself doing a google image search of her for no particular reason. Creepy? Maybe.

Long flowing skirts and sleeves, boots, vests, chiffon scarves and a ton of lacey, sheer layers characterize Stevie’s look. Watch for some thread posts in the future inspired by Stevie. Without further adieu, here are the things that are making me happy today, aside from one large mug of coffee.

Thrifted DIY Levi’s Shorts, Geode Slice Necklace ByMisty, Chunky Drape Collar Vest from The Gap, Cotton Spandex Jersey Tank Thong from American Apparel, Thrifted Scarf

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Ecote Embellished Strappy Silky Dress from Urban Outfitters, Necklace from Urban Outfitters, Chunky Knit Vest from Old Navy, Bracelets were a gift from Nepal and thrifted from Nana 🙂