"Ikat" means "tied" or "bound" in the Malay language which describes the process. Through common usage the word has come to describe both the process and the cloth itself. Ikats have been woven in cultures all over the world.
- Ikat-printed jersey-knit dress, shortened & hemmed. (Thrift Town)
- "Talbots" brown woven leather bag, (Thrift Town)
- "Nine West" black leather gladiator sandals, (last summer, Macy's)
such a cute print on this dress. Love it
those gladiator sandals are hot!
Isabel @ Walk of Fashion
such a beautiful dress!! You looks great ;)
the print on that dress is exquisite!!! love the cheerful colors as well! :D
I have to say, those sunglasses are great! Very sixties, and they contrast with the bright colours of the dress. The bag is pretty also..
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I've the same gladiator sandals! <3
you have a good mood :)
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this dress and those sandals look so cool
i have similar ones but in white and those shades are badass i just ordered some round ones and i cant wait to get them!
and yeah im down to drink some beer !!!
Love sandals...too cute. Look is so summery that it made me smile because we have only had 2 days of without rain in 2 weeks. Thanks!
Pretty dress and love the bag
Great job with that thrifted dress. The length is perfect. That bag is so perfect..I'm kinda jealous you snagged it first.
The first picture of you is soooo pretty!!!!
A very nice dress you have here!!! Thanks again for your help with the translation, it seems to me that it works now...
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