In Living (Water) Color
This outfit was worn during the 2010 Spring Season.
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So, seeing that I packed only a few pairs of shoes this trip, I didn't have a huge selection to choose from. But, I found that the clogs worked out nicely with the 60s/70s vibe I had going on. I felt like I should be hosting a backyard garden party, complete with cocktails, pigs in a blanket, a swimming pool, and of course the two pink flamingos you see in the background
Yesterday, despite a very rainy Seattle, I spent the morning with my Aunt down at Pike Place Market. We caught up over croissants and coffee, before I met up with my good friend Nicole, to do some downtown shopping. We eventually headed over to U-Village for lunch and more shopping, which is when I scored this dress at H&M for a whopping $20. I was thrilled, to say the least, at the gentle price tag but mostly with how when I swirled around in the dressing room, I felt like I was a living watercolor painting. Both my Aunt and Grandmother (on my Dad's side) are talented artists, but my Grandmother mostly paints beautiful watercolors. This dress definitely reminds me of the many hand painted cards I have received from her over the years.
Belt: Thrifted, random thrift shop in West Village
Shoes: Shoes: Shoes: DAYNTY, Steve Madden
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