This weekend, my lovely sister Taylor and I had the privilege of working with our dear friend, Beth Keener. She is an artist, designer and the best part is that she is an amazing woman of God. Her talent is incredible and I am so grateful to have been able to work with her to model one, of her many very own handmade clutches! Below are some of the shots of her new fall line of handmade clutches which will SOON be available on her website, you wont want to miss it!
This beautiful sunshine inspired me to wear this floral / flowy dress today. The dress by itself is perfect for spring, but I added this little fringe over throw not only for warmth but to give it more of a bohemian feel. The dress I just purchased from Gabes about a week ago and I do believe it wasn’t much more than $10! I’ve had the over throw for a bit longer however, and it was actually from the shopping part of Cracker Barrel. It was $20! The shoes I purchased from Charlotte Russe for $5 . As far as my hair , my dear mother threw in a couple of braids for me ( in which I may add that I’ve been a little obsessed with lately). A very simple look , but very colorful , fun and most importantly, COMFORTABLE . Hope you like it ! 🙂
ahh the thrill of thrifting! I love this outfit so much because all of it was probably a total of $10.
Goodwill can be your best friend! There are so many ways to make “old peoples clothing” more modern! . This flower dress was oversized and buttoned up, and was actually cute by itself but once I threw the blue jean vest over it I realized it definitely spiced it up and gave it a more modern touch.
Recently, I am obsessed with top knots, and messy hair buns. This was a simple, and fun hairstyle that I did. It was very quick and easy, and convenient, because my hair was out of my face all day. I think it gives very much of a hippie/ boho look. All of this look was super easy to achieve. So what are you waiting for ? THRIFT!
This past weekend was my sister Taylors Varsity Ball dance, and she looked so stunning in her bat sleeved black boho styled dress. I did a simple waved out look to match the style of her dress. I also added a cute 60’s look by adding a small braid and connecting the two in the back. Super easy, and super beautiful! This look was achieved by my favorite tool ever, the wand