Psychedelic & Nautical.

IMG_2541There were a bunch of outfit posts I didn’t get the chance to publish last year so I am trying to catch up and still post them as a record of some of my favorite outfits. This one is from a few months ago. I found this psychedelic printed two piece at The Attic, a cool vintage/thrift store here in Vegas and I thought it was hella interesting so I tried it on and BOOM it was mine. The top is a crop top you can tie and the bottoms are palazzo pants! I love obscure and unique pieces and this one was just that. I think this is from the early 70s but I am not too sure. I am normally not too big of a fan of red, white, and blue together but I decided to let this ensemble pass and give it a nautical feel with some vintage sailor earrings & boat steer necklace, my wicker purse, gold bangles, clear vintage pumps, and my favorite vintage cat eye sunglasses. Basically, the whole outfit was vintage. I love when I do that! See images of the outfit inside ❤
IMG_2552 IMG_2543IMG_2533 IMG_2536IMG_2511If you are ever in town, visit The Attic! Such great unique pieces!

XOXO

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4 Comments on “Psychedelic & Nautical.

  1. Wow- the colours!!
    Just right for a hot weather country.
    I tell you what, I mostly follow sewing blogs, but I’ve become hooked on this one. Thank you for all your varied posts, photos and style inspiration. I am inspired to look at different fabrics and silhouettes to sew up.

  2. I love this look! I’ll be in Vegas next week so I will definitely have to check out The Attic. Thanks!

  3. Love!! LovE!!! LovE!! You never fail at amazing me ! Love ya my dear niece

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