|I know I have the body of a woman, but I have the heart and stomach of a King|
1-2-3-4: I am counting the days...
for Fall weather to arrive to Sacramento. Until the cooler weather arrives, I intend to reign with my arsenal of autumnal colors donned in light weight fabrics. Today's outfit is one of my personal all time faves, a regal number centering around a charming smocked vintage blouse that buttons down the back. I'm ornamented with two incredible pieces, courtesy of Fringe, and feeling every bit an exalted ruler, ala Henry the VIII.
THIS IS HENRY:
THIS IS ME:
|Feeling Regal: investing in unique and quality pieces are a wise investment.|
Can you feel the royal resemblance?
The necklaces were a loan from Fringe, my first local Citizen Rosebud sponsor. You can expect more details about my recent collaboration with the folks of Fringe next week!Here's some detail shots of these majestic pieces:
|Royally Remade: This one-of-a-kind necklace was made by artist Eric Jensen|
|Exalted History: this fabulous vintage find is actually fraternal memorabilia.|
Necklace 2: This velvet backed, gold-tone majestic metal necklace is heavy with history. It is an authentic piece of memorabilia of the fraternal society, the Elks Lodge. For more about the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, click HERE.
While I'm not one to wear a lot of jewelry and rarely warm up to necklaces, these magnificent pieces really sang my name! Long live King Bella!
- Paparazzi-Avoiding Sunglasses, Target
- 1960's vintage smocked top, Crimson & Clover
- Remade Necklace by Eric Jensen, available at Fringe
- Vintage Elks Lodge neck-piece, available at Fringe
- The short shorts
- Gold beaded strands, c/o Anika Burke
- Flaming Hag Folkwear cuff, Crimson & Clover
- Gold goddess sandals, Target
|Clearly musing about world domination. Or ice cream.|