I cannot begin to tell all of you how excited I am that the weather here in Dallas seems to be calming down a wee bit. It’s funny how your body will suddenly find 90 degrees rather cool, after a week of 105! Fall is just around the corner, I can feel it, so I since the weather was quite nice I decided to dress up a little, and share my look with you guys. When it’s 105 looks are the last thing on your mind, it’s been lazy ponytails, slouchy tank tops, shorts, and flip flops most of the summer. This is the reason for no fashion Fridays as of late, so hopefully I will now be able to post more regularly now that it’s cooling down quite a bit.
I was going for a 1920’s flapper inspired look. I had pin curled my hair the night before and decided to try my hand at a faux bob, and I must say I quite like it.
My accesories and nail polish.
Necklace: It was my Super lazy DIY.
Bracelet: Family Heirloom.
Nail Polish: Zoya in the color Goldie, and Sally Hansen in the color Black Out.
Ring: My mother and my Late Father gave it to me 🙂
I really adore a vintage feel to my style, and try to incorporate a bit of retro whenever possible. What are some of your favorite vintage or vintage inspired pieces? What is your favorite fashion decade? I would love some feedback. As always I hope you enjoyed this post, and that everyone has a Happy Friday and equally happy weekend.
5 thoughts on “Fashion Friday It’s Been A While!”
Your hair looks AMAZING!! Perfect for the flapper frock. Love the whole look — right down to the contrast of the dark nails.
You are so kind, thank you very much!
Very cute! And I absolutely LOVE that necklace! Would you care to share how you went about creating it? Thanks!
Awe thank you so much! Honestly there was nothing to it really I happened to have a really pretty clip on earring and a plain gold chain and clipped the earring onto it. But I did do a blogpost on it if you would like to see
I can’t really pick my favorite vintage inspired piece. I’m just crazy about anything I have that is vintage or vintage inspired. But, my absolute favorite decade is the 1950s, though I like a lot of things from the 1930s-1960s. The preppy conservative side of the 1970s is pretty much where it ends for me.