I've had this dress for a few years now, and I still love it and wear it. I got it from Ms. Tips awhile ago (see it worn here), so I guess my style hasn't changed much in the last few years and I'm pretty predictable. Something unpredictable is that my hair is in a low pony tail. I typically always wear it down, but it's been so hot lately, so this is one way I'm trying to keep cool.
These sandals are by Marais USA and are so comfy. The footbed is so soft, and though it's got a small heel, it's very comfortable to walk in. Shoes are my kryptonite. Okay, and basket bags and antique jewelry. When it comes to things for the home, chairs are my weakness.
The scallops on this handmade Mexican basket are so sweet. Someone needs to scoop this up quick! It's perfect for beach days and summer picnics.
on me: dress, vintage via ms. tips (vintage here, new there). jardin heel, marais usa. scallop basket, wovenfolk.
Since I'm wearing a Ms. Tips vintage dress I wanted to share a new venture of Tammy's, the gal behind the shop. It's women like her that have inspired me to open up Wovenfolk, to pursue things I'm passionate about. I'm happy to share she, along with her business partner Erika (from Mini Pomme), will be opening up a brick and mortar children's shop in Minneapolis. It is called Kinoko Kids and described as "Euro-Japanese sensibility and charming selection of modern and vintage toys and clothes." If you're in Minneapolis, they officially open up this weekend on June 24! To stay updated on their shop news, follow Kinoko Kids on instagram. Kudos to Kinoko Kids!