so here’s the second (and final) look in this mini collab with shop by misha and gage huntley designs. inspired by, oh i don’t know… going to a concert or girl’s night out, maybe? the base of this look is easy – a graphic tee, your favorite jeans, a killer pair of heels… add a kimono, layer on those necklaces and boom - you’re a polished, bohemian babe. and i say polished because wearing a kimono doesn’t have to mean dreadlocks and birkenstocks. okay?
ooooo girl, you gotta get a kimono. it’s the new black. or maybe it’s the new cardigan. either way, it’s a must-have. with so many differenet colors/prints and lengths, they can be worn with just about anything.
this look is inspired by date night.
moroccan dreams kimino c/o shopbymisha
black dress - target
steve madden booties – nordstrom
chunk chain agate arrowhead necklace – gagehuntley
sandalwood mala necklace c/o shopbymisha
another kimono-styled look coming tomorrow!
*this mini series is a little collaboration with the lovely malia of shop by misha. check out her shop for all things boho.
$48 + shipping (US $5.95 / international $10)
would best fit s/m
measures 19 inches long with an elastic waist
to purchase, visit my instagram feed, find the photo of this skirt and comment with your email address. (or let me know, here.)
if you have any questions, ask!
ps. ironic hipster vintage tshirt with pit stains not for sale. stop with the jealousy. also wearing sunnndaze sunglasses.
isn’t this dress bananas?! no pun intended, seeing as it is the color of a banana. but anyway, i’m selling it! to you! i believe it to be the perfect summer dress. it’s unique, it’s comfortable, it’s effortless. and it’s not just a dress. wear it to the beach as a cover up or as a tunic with leggings when fall comes around. also, it would make the most adorable maternity-style top for any mommy-to-be.
$58 + shipping (US $5.95 / international $10)
would best fit s/m
measures 32 inches long
to purchase, visit my instagram feed, find the photo of this dress and comment with your email address.
if you have any questions, let me know!
ps. adorable mini redhead
sold separately not for sale.
pair with your favorite booties or sandals, maybe throw on a hat and out the door you go. i don’t know what could be more effortless (or comfortable) in the hot summer months. plus, the embroidery on these dresses is insanely gorgeous.
i have two of these vintage beauties (well, a dress and a skirt) that will go up for sale this week.
yes to lace pants, girlfriends. especially to this cut, as opposed to the boho/hippie-style bells. why, you ask? because the trouser shape is a bit more versatile – a blouse and blazer for work, a muscle tee and floppy hat for the music festival. see where i’m going with this? thumbs up.
unfortunately, i fell in lust with these pants at a local boutique when they took my credit card out of my wallet and rang themselves up, so i can’t provide you with a direct link; however here are some options: crochet pants / lace pants. maybe you’ll find something similar!
someone once told me that i shoot from the hip. and it’s true… i do. react now, think about it/feel bad/get mad/back pedal/patch up the hole in the wall, later. eat an entire bag of nacho cheesier doritos in 15 minutes, cry when i can’t pull my skinnies over my hips and eat lettuce for the rest of the week, later. purchase the most amazing dress without checking the bank account, live off ramen noodles and pbj (and do i really need to pay the electric bill?!) until payday, later. because you guys… this dress. it is the softest, prettiest thing. i had to have it.
and we only lived in the dark for two days. it wasn’t that bad.
i love the idea of having fresh flowers in the house, but i don’t always have the extra cash and i’ve heard that stealing them from the local cemetery is frowned upon. so when the bouqs co contacted me to do a review, i couldn’t turn them down. i placed my order for the simple but colorful confetti bouquet and within a few days – happiness on my doorstep! the colors were so vibrant and they opened up beautifully by the next afternoon.
i like this company. i like the idea that my flowers are growing on the side of a volcano in south america. i like knowing that they are cut right after i order them – not grabbed from a fridge in some dark warehouse. i also like that the flowers are affordable and that the website offers concierge services – never letting you forget another birthday or anniversary…ever. (men, pay attention.) that being said… next time you need to send flowers to your mother, a coworker or to the person you’re “admiring”, order via bouqs.com - i think you’ll be happy!
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this here is just a little something i picked up at the local thrift – a very basic summer dress that while inexpensive and practically brand new, just didn’t deliver as i had hoped. i was going for that minimalist “swing” or tent dress look, but the bottom of the dress ended up being a bit too poofy and the proportions seemed a little… off. but ya know, that’s the beauty of thrifting. i spent maybe $5 on this dress and although i probably won’t wear it often, it’s the perfect wear around the house/ throw on to run to the market kinda dress. it’s like the modern girl’s muumuu.