Monday, September 13

mums the word


Another piece of the wardobe that's waited all summer to come out is this 1950s skirt, one of those skirt with a print Anthropolgie would love to get their hands on I am sure. I feel like autumn is sometimes two seasons - early autumn with the gorgous 65-70 degree weather and then late autumn when a bone fide coat and pair of tights are in order. I am enjoying the former and look ahead to the latter.

white cotton leotard ◊ H & M
1950s mum skirt ◊ Bonjour Dolly on Etsy
necklace ◊ borrowed from a friend (for so long now, thank you Amy!)
chocolate suede peeptoe platforms ◊ thrifted
classic trench coat banana republic

15 comments:

Katy Howieson said...

yum! xx

Q's Daydream said...

So pretty Lauren! That skirt is gorgeous!

BaronessVonVintage said...

LOVE that skirt (and the necklace!!)

Sassy Lassies Vintage Life said...

You look gorgeous in that.

samantha. said...

what a beautiful look! i was going to venture a guess that skirt came from anthro!

xo
sami

sharlyn emily said...

i love this look:) just gorgeous!

Courtnee said...

so pretty! i love the skirt and the shoes:)

Adelaide's Homesewn said...

you look like a true ballerina in the picture on the right. beautiful outfit!

Christy said...

The colors of that skirt are just perfect for the start of Fall! And I definitely agree that Anthropologie would pounce on that print!

Wild Tea Party said...

Man I love your skirt! You make florals look so relaxed :)

KristiMcMurry said...

beautiful! That print is just perfect.

the snail and the cyclops said...

ohhhh, do I spy that lovely yellow floral skirt I missed out on from Jessica's shop?

http://www.etsy.com/transaction/26326913

Jessica said...

Aww, it looks so lovely on you! I'm so glad you love it!

Dulcette said...

This is such a divine outfit, I absolutely adore the skirt and the shoes are an incredible find! You lucky lady! :) I love your style xx

Nell said...

That skirt is so beautiful! The whole outfit pretty much rocks xx

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