Wednesday, May 9

breaking rules & having brunch


Sunday was gorgeous, really damn gorgeous and I had plans to meet my equally gorgeous friend, Claudette for brunch. All I knew was that I wasn't washing my hair so I was going to have to wear a hat (sometimes outfits are built around the most charming of circumstances, I know). I also knew I wanted to match the perfect spring morning and wear something floral and this dress was just the ticket. So of course I had to wear these shoes which meant breaking my rule of "no heels on Sundays", an odd and totally personal rule.

I'd like to give you a rundown of where all the pieces and parts of this outfit came from, but the truth is I can only remember where I got the hat - at an antique mall in Indiana; aside from that I have guess I have had the dress, bag and shoes so long I don't have a hope of remembering their progeny.

11 comments:

Wildfell Hall Vintage said...

now that's a perfect sized hat! not too big, not too small...sweet!

Karen/Small Earth Vintage said...

Love this outfit...especially those fabulous shoes!

vintage salvation said...

Love it!!!

kathyoinspirations said...

adorable! and those shoes! those shoes!

Teresa said...

Gorgeous outfit. I'm a little bit in love with your shoes!

Cassie Stephens said...

Oh my word, I would eat dirt to own those shoes. However, since my feet are very Sasquatch-esque, I'd never be able to fit in 'em. You look amazing, dirty hair really suits you ;) ...Cassie

Wild Tea Party said...

Beautiful! And I love those personal style rules we all have, things that seem a bit silly really.

Irene :: { Heirloom Attire } :: said...

Beautiful shoes, Lauren! I'm so jealous!

Dulcie said...

You should do more outfit posts! I love the insight into your wardrobe ans style! xx

French Press Vintage Boutique said...

I adore your outfit posts :-) PS, that purse is to die for.

No Carnations said...

A little Jane March from 'The Lover' and a lot Lauren! Love it!

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