Today's post features a vintage number that I altered myself. Sometimes I spot vintage pieces that I like, yet they have a "but" factor. What do I mean? Well, it's when you see a dress or skirt, etc.,. while shopping and you say/think: "I like that, but...". For this dress I thought: "I like it, but I'm not feeling the sleeves." Nonetheless I purchased it, and eventually cut off the sheer sleeves. TIP: When vintage shopping, I find it best to think outside the box as much as possible.
This dress is a classic a-line silhouette, and drapes effortlessly.
I decided to wear this handmade vintage clutch with it, because let's face it- it was the right thing to do! LOL! Seriously, the embroidery is meticulously done, and the color of the flower is almost an exact match.
Now these shoes were actually on their way to my donate pile, when I realized that they were an exact match to the color of this dress. I'm not that crazy about wedge style shoes anymore, and I've noticed that I've been slowly removing them from my wardrobe.
All in all, I was pleased with the completed look, and I decided that I'll hang on to this pair of wedges for a little bit longer ;)
Wedge Sandals: Seychelles
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