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I was in Rome last week working on an exciting project! It was such a magical trip and I can’t wait to share what we were up to. While I had a little bit of downtime I went exploring and I fell in love with these shoes at Armani. They’re covered in mirror glass beads and have a satin cap toe and a carved deco-style heel. So special and one-of-a-kind! They may be some of my favorite shoes of all time.

Wearing a & Other Stories blazer, plunge bodysuit from NastyGal, vintage jeans (similar here), vintage Chanel bag, and Armani shoes

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I love the burnt orange tones and turquoise in this skirt. It’s a recent vintage find and I’ve been wearing it constantly!

Wearing 70s skirt with AGAIN flutter crop top, vintage tapestry belt, and Alaia high heel sandals (try here for similar).

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Collecting vintage in Texas, I come across so many amazing western pieces and turquoise. I love to go over-the-top with this look: petticoats, brooches, granny boots, and concha belts. So much fun styling and shooting this look!

Wearing vintage ruffle corduroy skirt with two ruffled petticoats underneath, vintage hat, 70s blouse, and 40s buckskin western coat. Turqoise and brooch and concha belt are family heirlooms. Find similar concha belt here and Saint Laurent granny boots here!

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Vintage caftan at

Vintage caftan at

I love Desert Vintage’s take on romantic western wear and I am always checking their insta to see what beautiful new things they are selling. I was so excited when they came through town for a trunk show at VOD boutique! I picked up a few things, among them was this 60s caftan-ish jewel tone dress. The relaxed shape and rich jewel tones are to die for.

Worn with Monies necklace, vintage earrings, Judith Lieber vintage belt, and Chloe sandals.

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