Trench Coat- Eshakti, Dress- Vintage, Bag- Hugo Boss, Shoes- Circa Joan David
Received this impressive wool jacket from Eshakti about a week ago, finally wore it out today. I'm just worried about messing it up since everything sticks to the material. First things first, I really appreciate the perk of companies sending samples for reviews, but it never clouds my judgment. Thus in all honesty, Eshakti is wonderful. I had the opportunity to customize my own jacket with exact measurements and in the direction I wanted to go. The prices are hefty but there are online coupon codes.
(Louise Hatton, Feaverish, tfs)
Ruffle Dress- Vintage (folded up), Ruffle Skirt- Cutesygirl, Tights- Ebay, Cardigan- Thrifted, Shoes- Enzo
I love tea, I really really do. So I'm especially grateful that my bestie Deanna was down to host a tea party at her house. We made all the food to fill up the tiered stands and ultimately fill up our stomachs. Had endless pots of black tea and well- girl talk.
Blazer- Vintage, Knit Vest & Shorts- Thrifted, Blouse- Flee Market, Boots- Frye
Outfit from last Sautrday. Like I mentioned earlier, I had a chance to explore the backyard of a friend's Sonoma house. Backyard is such an understatement. Forest is more appropriate. Behind the fenced section lays a world ruled by untamed plants, critters and adventure. Point of everything being that this place is so god damn big.
Photography 4:55 PM
Blazer- Ralph Lauren, Denim Vest & Dress- Thrifted, Boots- Marshalls, Necklaces- Crossroads
Regarding two posts back, I used photoshop to get the photos into the varied shapes. And I took those photos at a very untamed park near my house. Thanks for the feedback!
Had a little shopping trip downtown with Deanna. Didn't buy anything because I'm sort of broke. But the Mary Poppins umbrella photos definitely made up for it. Wore these two gold necklaces that came in a wonderful gift bag from the people at Crossroads!
(Studded Hearts, tFS)