28 October 2008

What I'm Wearing

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dress: H&M
sweater: vintage
tights: American Apparel
hat, purse & shoes: vintage

While I was visiting Alabama, my sister and I had too much fun dressing to the nines and taking pictures in the woods around my parent's cabin. It was a nice relief from using the tripod and timer! Ha. One of the nice side effects of my trip home was I had a little extra time to visit some of my favorite thrift stores. I was smart this time and packed a small suitcase inside of a large suitcase so I could check two bags on the way home. I didn't have too much luck with finding clothes (all of the stores were being raided by people looking for Halloween costumes) but I really hit the jackpot with boots and shoes. I just imagined whoever the airport employee whose job it was to x-ray my luggage on the way home had to think, "How many pairs of shoes can one girl need?!" Lucky for you only a couple of pairs fit me so they'll all be going up in the store over the next few weeks. Speaking of the store, I'm sorry for the sparse listings right now but the past week has been a whirlwind. I'll get back to business as usual this week so look for 20 new listings this Thursday.

14 comments:

Jimena said...

these photographs are great...

and that purse!! wow!

ambika said...

Such dreamy, lovely photos. Can't wait to see the shoes.

Léna said...

I like your blog so much, he is source of inspiration and I am so much jealous of your clothes...

Léna

Market Publique said...

Love the forrest photos! So surreal!
Looking forward to the new listings too...

Etta said...

Wonderful photos once again! I love your style!

Matilda Iréne Linnéa said...

Beautiful pictures! I adore your sense of style.

geek-betty said...

love the sweater.

fox said...

i really love the photography on your blog - what camera do you use if you don't mind me asking? cheers!

StrikeMatch said...

Lovely photos and your hat! is perfect.

Hippy Chic said...

YAY FOR BAMA!

christina said...

I'm really digging the mix of the fur-trim sweater with the dress. It looks chic, but not too dressy.

Violet Folklore ~Haunted Threads~ said...

Hauntingly gorgeous.

Rachel C. said...

i just love the south. such a magical region, indeed. you've done an excellent job capturing the essence of all the simple beauties the south has to offer in your recent postings.

Morane said...

The landscape make me think of a fairy tale or a dream ! You're very well dressed !