Add visual interest to your outfit with a printed vintage purse.
One easy way to add some pop to your look is to incorporate a fun, vintage piece. I got this 1970s quilted handbag at a yard sale for $1.50 back in 2002. I think that was money well spent.
I wore it to the Greentopia Sneak Peek for the Rochester Blogger Network last night and got a ton of compliments on it. Someone even asked if it was the new Vera Bradley pattern! Love it!
Here is how I styled it:
(Apologies for the crappy #selfies - my official photographer (the hubs) coaches football it's double session time.)
|Acute Designs earrings, Old Navy top, Anthropologie belt, |
Lands End Canvas skirt
|I think that's my "sexy secretary face"|
|And this is the infamous "smile with head tilt"|
I need to trademark that shiz...
|And the #selfie headshot (another classic)|
I'm kind of loving my new frames. I think they scream: I run a blogger network - don't you?
Looking for a fab, vintage item to kick your wardrobe up a notch? Why not check out my three favorite vintage retailers in good ol' Rachacha:
1. Far Out Vintage
2. Panache Vintage and Finer Consignment
3. Treasure Trove Vintage
Be sure to tell them The Flower City Fashionista sent ya!
PS- If you're not local, save your tears. You don't have to miss out on all the fun, thankfully Al Gore invented the internet so shop, shop, shop!