flower girl

Okay, I am up to six different outfits that include this dress as the main piece. I dug this little maroon caplet/cropped blazer from the depths of my closet and went the retro route again. I pinned an over-sized silk flower to my jacket, which made me feel very 1940s. Loved it!

These four photos show the evolution of the outfit, and how I tweaked it bit by bit. First adding gloves and then the final touch, a simple black belt. So, tell me, what’s your favorite version? Hope you all had a lovely weekend, and Happy Columbus day!

P.S. Stay tuned later today to see all six outfits!

My Outfit:
Sunglasses:Vintage from 20Twenty
Necklace: Grandmother’s vintage watch on chain
Dress: Vintage, thrifted from Buffalo Exchange
Belt: F21
Flower: H&M
Caplet/Blazer: F21
Gloves: H&M
Tights: ?
Shoes: Vintage Ferragamo heels, thrifted from Beacon’s Closet

  • http://radmephit.blogspot.com/ EmilyKennedy

    Oooh!!! This is a great re-mix with this dress! I adore how you styled it, all except for the gloves. Black leather gloves scare me a little bit, but everything else is perfection. Particularly the belt and the bolero.

  • http://suz-xx.blogspot.com Suzanne

    such cute dress!

  • http://lahmode.wordpress.com Chaucee

    Gorgeous dress! I kind of wish it wasn’t thrifted so then I could go out and buy it :P

  • http://simonesaystheblog.blogspot.com Simone

    Hmmmm…. I think my personal favourite is with the gloves, without the belt. Of course, it looks lovely any way!

  • http://betweenlaundrydays.blogspot.com Clare

    Lovely remix. I love this darling version of this dress. What a perfect wardrobe item…it seems it can be dressed up or down, to suit any occasion. Adorable!

  • elizabeth c. otto

    The red tights make a flash for fall and the black gloves a touch of elegance and fun. How about a bowler hat for the end of the month?