Hello, hello! I've been kind of short on words this week, but that's only because things have been so busy...busy as a butterfly you could say! Speaking of which, here is the last set of photos from the butterfly gardens last weekend! I commissioned my family to take pictures of my outfit throughout the day. I always feel bad doing that...any of you bloggers feel the same way? I have to say though, they're always very willing and I love them so for putting up with me :)
This was the most comfortable, easy outfit to wear. I found this skirt at a rummage sale for 50 cents and it was one of my best purchases to date. It is wool, but not a crunchy, itchy wool. I don't think it is vintage, but it plays the part very well and I just adore the length and subtle details of it. I seem to change decades so often. I am suddenly in love with the 1920's and it is quite a wonderful thing. Dark lips, short hair, and oxford heels. Yes please! Unfortunately this has made me want to chop all of my hair off in want of a bob a la Marion Davies. I might just do it one of these days, but for now I piled all of my hair up into a beret and called it a day :)
At any rate, we're off to my sister-in-law's wedding weekend, so I'll catch you all Monday!
As iron sharpens iron,
so one person sharpens another.
Blouse, Heels- Thrifted
Beret- Gifted to me by a lovely friend from church :)