I’m still trying to come up with every way possible to extend my summer wardrobe into these chilly months.
Like by rocking this vintage dress, which is — what would you guess — from the 60s?
All I know is it would be the perfect thing to wear while serving lemonade in a glass with lemons printed on it. On a matching tray. At a garden party with lanterns.
You know what they say: when life gives you autumn, serve lemonade.
I love this vintage dress. It’s beautiful!
If you don’t like october, just buy a time machine and skip to next year.
love the dress, you’re totally showing autumn who’s boss in it! it’s so vibrant, it (almost) makes me forget that summer’s gone, sigh.
Lovely outfit and colors! The skirt is amazing.
it looks like your vancouver is a little more mild than our winnipeg one. wearing a skirt without tights or leggings would be a death wish – it’s so cold! i’m glad you’re able to prolong the whimsical summer season.
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OMG! YOU are solely AUTUMN VINTAGE PRETTY!!!:)
Loving the colour of that dress! And I’m actually really excited about Autumn to be honest, I can’t wait for those guys on the Strand to start selling caramel peanuts on the street. Hope you’re having a beautiful weekend :)
i love these colors .. you dont see them as often anymore
Love the dress, October is great dont you like it?
BTW pretty thanks for the award I will post it on my blog soon =)
I love Fall colors and the idea of layering, but I feel like it’s already unseasonably chilly here in NY :( Love that vintage dress on you!
wow…’60, it looks great! ^.^
I love your style. I’ve never had much luck with vintage. You have such an amazing fashion eye!
What a beautiful dress! Indeed, let’s try and draw out the summer as long as possible :) I like that you’ve paired it with that jacket.
I really love this outfit combo and the fun photos that document it! You’re inspiring me to restart taking photos of my successful outfits, if only so I can remember them for a later date when I feel like I have NOTHING to wear.