Lady in red.

Well, today it was back to school for me! The snow relieved me of a french test for a few days, but it could only last so long before the 'er' verbs caught up to me. I think I've got them down though. After school I went to an estate sale at the most beautiful, historic home in the downtown area. Ahhh, it was sooo big and filled with breathtaking turn of the century furniture. Those sales are great for dreaming but not so practical for my budget. The only things I could afford were a BCBG bubble skirt and the most embellished sequin jacket I've ever seen, very Michael Jackson-ish! So... gotta run. Got lots of playing around to do in the closet before work, try to figure out a way to style this crazy thing.

The outfit shown above was my attempt to stay warm during the snow storm. I guess I was hoping the warm colors in my outfit would make me forget the frigid temperatures outside. It was my first time to do any in the house, so they are a little grainy. I'm going to figure out a way to fix that next time around!

Have a great weekend!!

Vintage Dress: Stift Thrift $5
Blouse: Ebay $5
Tights: Thrift $1.50
Vintage Shoes: Saver's $6


Deborah said...

nice looks !

Anonymous said...

Starr, you look so pretty!

princesspolitico said...

adorable - i love the peter pan collar of your shirt!


Gracie. said...

gorgeous dress. xx

tess said...

wow the dress fits you soo well

Amanda said...

Oh my, I have a dress that looks just like that that I'm planning on wearing for Valentine's! Great inspiration :]]

D. said...

Red is an amazing color on you!

Mamushka Marie said...

pretty! good to see an outfit post again! they are always so inspiring :)

Bree said...

beautiful! you put together such a lovely outfit for a great price. wow! I want to go shopping with you!

Dolly Daydream said...

I love you in that red dress, that was a good idea putting a frilly blouse it's really stylish.
From Dolly

Michelle said...

your peter-pan blouse makes me smile :]

Lara said...

I love this read dress and I also love your leggings! Are you a French major? I wish i would have focused better when I took french. I spoke it fluently growing up as my grandmother was a war bride from Paris but, she was pretty strict about being American (as many war brides were) in order to fit in so we never really stuck to speaking it.

Kass said...

I adore this outfit!

Anonymous said...

Hi darling,
1. You're gorgeous/adorable/so pretty/so so stylish!
2. You won our giveaway!
3. We just emailed you with more info!
4. Cannot wait to see this super embellished jacket!

xo Jenny

Sidewalk Chalk said...

You look so pretty -- this is such a beautiful dress on you and the colors are making your eyes pop!

- JoAnn, Sidewalk Chalk

Harlow Darling said...

Goodness, you look like a silent movie actress on a post card, so so lovely!!! Really love the color of this dress though, it's so decadent and looks wonderfuly whimsical with the little peter pan colar blouse :)

Ulrika said...

Really cute dress!xxx

Claradevi said...

Gorgeous as usual, my beloved Starr!
I really fall over the peerpan collared blouse... perfection.
Happy Valentine's Day for you!


Anonymous said...

Pretty dress;))

xoxo M.

Leproust Vintage said...

I have been looking for a blouse like that everywhere! I just love how you paired it with that gorgeous red dress!