Monday, March 16, 2015

I want to believe. Cat edition.

Duh nu nu nu nu nuuuu (X-Files Theme song playing)

I love the X-Files and cats, (duh) so what better sweatshirt than the "I want to believe"-with-cats-on-a-flying-saucer sweatshirt?! Ordered from Etsy, this trendy sweatshirt is super warm and fuzzy and fun to layer with a funky collared shirt underneath. The grungy, 90's looking plaid jeans make for an interesting, casual outfit for any quirky fashionista.



Grungy Cat Lover
Mint Vans - thrifted from Plato's Closet 
Sweatshirt - from Etsy
Plaid pants - thrifted from Crossroads Trading Co.








Saturday, February 28, 2015

Little White Party Dress

Hello, lovelies! Whether you are dressing up for a date night out, going to a big event or simply wanting to feel classy, this Michelle DeCourcy original is literally the perfect fit. Built with comfort and flare, the separation of fabric and lower waistline makes for a cozy yet classic look - sure to fancy up any day. The back dips down (pictured below) for subtle sassiness and the shoulder straps have more width than a usual party dress for a unique elegant look. Pictured below is the dress with baby pink heels to not take from the vibrance the white dress brings on its own!



The gorgeous white party dress was designed by the talented local designer Michelle DeCourcy. I was excited to attend her latest trunk show sale in Portland and lucked out with this flirty dress and a stunning lace pencil skirt. Her designs are breathtaking and diverse - from glorious wedding gowns to sexy, funky party dresses, she has the perfect balance of edge and class in her wide range of pieces.

Take a look at her Facebook page here for all the latest!




 



Stay classy! <3 Linds


Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Lady Lumberjack


Ah yes - the lumberjack stereotype of Portland, Oregon is always a buzz, but what about adding some sassy lady-flare to the lumberjack look?

This inspired my post, of course! Pictured here in a plaid, nearly-flannel 70's top and a 80's red leather pencil skirt. It's such a weird mix, but it works out with a bright high waisted skirt and a cropped long-sleeve. Although it's almost Christmas-y in color, I'm going for a Northwest appeal to fulfill the "in the forest ready to chop down wood - with my booties."  ;)



All items (minus tights) thrifted!

For more lumberjack-like looks, check out this awesome flannel DIY, perfect for any adventurer.