This dress is super special to me. It comes from one of my favorite instashops in Sweden, Re-Edited Vintage. I’m so glad it is mine! The print is totally bizarre and disco inspired. It seems like it came off the pages of a 70s Hans Feurer shoot in Vogue Paris. Pieces like these remind me of how truly happy fashion and vintage make me. At least the clothes you love can still be a bright spot on a dark day.

These shoes I’ve had for so many years, and I love them to death. They are by Yves Saint Laurent (far pre-dating the abbreviated Saint Laurent name change) and have since been reproduced by the brand in a number of different variations. I still think they’re fabulous and often I wonder if I should try to get another pair. This pair on Nordstrom right now is my favorite. Outrageous, definitely, but who says that is a bad thing?¬†Sometimes fashion has to be fun!

 

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Sometimes the grind of a busy work week can really make it hard to find inspiration and get excited about fashion. That’s always something I struggle with when life¬†gets too chaotic. Sometimes the best thing I can do is get my makeup on, put on a dress that makes me really happy, and go out for happy hour drink with Jeff! This dress inspires me because it was such a rare find…definitely what the magic of vintage is all about for me. My mom found this Mollie Parnis dress at a thrift store here in town. She gave it to me, which I am so thankful for! I love this dress, it’s one of the most glamorous pieces in my wardrobe.

Wearing vintage Mollie Parnis dress with a velvet waist belt and Rupert Sanderson shoes available here. My lipstick is Gerard Cosmetics liquid lipstick in Immortal, a shade and formula I love lately! And for those who have asked about my hairstyles lately, I have been doing them with Conair hot sticks. I own two sets and set my whole head with them for these vintage curls.

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