This is another "practice" outfit from my visit with my sister. This sweater is one of my favorite new things, picked up for a song from the H&M menswear section. It's a fairly dense knit, so it quickly got too warm to wear it this spring, but will serve me well in the upcoming Minnesota winters!
I love the vintage feeling of this top's print, so I decided to play it up with a complimentary floral in my headscarf. I don't know if I've shown these Kork-ease clogs before, but they've been a solid staple in my wardrobe since I picked them up last winter.
Over Memorial Day weekend, I visited my sister, and one of her requests was that we work out some outfits together and take photos. Who am I to say no? So, the next few outfit shots aren't technically ones I have worn, but potentials!
These shoes were a terrible impulse buy, but one I do not regret for a second. They're so sunny and cheerful, and the colors in the floral print are wonderfully versatile with my wardrobe. Don't mind my horribly wrinkled shirt or oddly poofy hair!
This outfit was centered around my new Naturalizer Ranger boots; to play up their military feeling I went with a vintage Americana feeling, including a 70s-vintage belt buckle from my dad's days working for Budweiser and a tooled purse from my grandmother. Add some massive sunnies and red lipstick, and it was perfect for browsing my neighborhood's art fest this weekend.
Belt: American Eagle with vintage buckle
I didn't pick up any art, but the local arts & culture museum had old photographs from the area, so I snagged this awesome one of a VFW parade in 1944.