Monday, October 5, 2015


GLAD PLAID.  To celebrate the recent happy nuptials of some friends, the couple asked the attendees to wear "bright + colorful clothing,"  something that gave us joy to wear. The first dress I thought to put on for the occasion, was, of course, a vintage plaid.

#SECONDHANDFIRST: 100% Secondhand Sources, 100% Rosebud.

For as long as I can remember, I've been drawn to the play of the lines woven  to make the many variations of this pattern, and can't help but feel in my personal element while I wear it. I chose items that I would feel comfortable in all day in the out of door,  and that were as fanciful and fun as can be. 

I definitely felt in my element amongst the cool woods and quiet of the garden where the ceremony was held, and spending time with the happy newly-weds was a wonderful reminder of how love can be such a beautiful bloom.

Now Wearing: 
  • handmade whimsy using vintage materials
  • vintage goldtone brooches, various, thrifted
  • vintage green, red + black cotton 1950s plaid dress, Trove Vintage Boutique
  • vintage gingham half apron, thrifted
  • pre-loved black leather platform oxford brogues,  thrifted


Val S said...

Gorgeous dress, gorgeous photos, gorgeous you! That's sort of a madras plaid, isn't it? Anne knows these things.

What an amazing location! And I bet the wedding was super special.

Jazzy Jack said...

The apron! I adore aprons and the combination with your ink is magical. Also love the dress colours and the little hat with flats! Yes!!
Beautiful setting and adorable you :-) xo Jazzy Jack

m e l i g r o s a said...

that pic of you and that tree, just super

Suzanne Carillo said...

Love the west coast backdrop.

The whole outfit is adorable. Love all the details.


thorne garnet said...

love that you wore an apron to a wedding!

littlelala said...

Absolutely gorgeous...also! what a great directive to give your wedding guests :).

Forest City Fashionista said...

Lovely shot of you against the backdrop of trees! I think that is such a good idea to tell your wedding guests to wear something that brings them joy.

Ulla-Marie Nilsson said...

"To wear something that brings them joy" should be the dresscode at every party. Love the last Picture!

joolee ratski said...

Woo Hoo! You look lovely, as usual. I love your style sense. Please help me ~ !

Besos y abrazos,

Ann's Fashion Studio said...

What a wonderful idea!! Lovely outfit.


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