Showing posts with label prairie dress. Show all posts
Showing posts with label prairie dress. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Medieval Times

Perhaps the prairie dress trend was just that..A
 trend, but I still love wearing it!!!
I enjoy the romance of a loose floral printed maxi skirt,
 and those laced up bodices that are straight out of a fairytale!!
This is quite a unique piece I discovered!
While browsing through a vintage shop I found this unusually green colored dress.
To me this looks to be a Gunnesax dress that had been dyed green.
I think its awesome! I love the green color.
The burgundy velvet trim looks almost royal from a Medieval time period.
I took it to Ireland with me and did an incredible shoot by this big beautiful lake.
I felt like a Princess in this dress!
This summer I'm going to try to make a few prairie inspired looks for myself.
I need more maxi skirts in a lot more colors!
I know by this point we have had way too many trends thrown at us.
The key is to take your favorite looks and mix and match them to what is uniquely you.
Happy Styling!

Dress: Shabbybabe

Necklace: Charlotte Russe

(Hair and makeup by me)

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Prairie Girl

 Last week I was out having a sunset picnic by this gorgeous lake,
 and I wanted to look fabulous without being too dressed up or dressed down. 
When it comes to the Prairie Girl look I like to go for separates…
 I'm not always in the mood to wear full dresses. 
Separates takes a dressy look and tones it down a bit…
I just bought this adorable gathered off the shoulder crop top from Free people.
 This top matches everything and is very casual for everyday wear.
 I grabbed my favorite Army green skirt and put a chunky suede leather belt from shabbybabe with it.
 I also discovered this incredible tooled leather bag from shabbybabe!
 Tooled leather is gorgeous! 
I love all the intricate designs that's in tooled leather. 
I got this big beautiful black hat from Bloomingdale's
Its the ideal picnic prairie girl hat! 
Since I never get to wear boots with skirts,
 I threw on my Jeffrey Campbell black lace up letter boots to finish the look. 
The results were fantastic! I got all sorts of compliments on this look!
 Separates are tricky to put together but they give your wardrobe more options and looks to play with.

Crop Top: Free People

Skirt: Vintage

Belt: Shabbybabe

Leather bag: Shabbybabe

Leather Boots: Free People

Jewelry: Personal Collection