nope, i wasn't on a boat, although i wish i had been, i just decided to go a little nautical. i'm sure you recognize the shirt because i pretty much wear it every other day. okay, not that often, but once or twice a week; it goes with everything! i was also excited to wear that skirt because it's been freshly hemmed, taking it from mid-calf to mini!
sunnies: tumbleweeds (best eyewear ever), necklace: i made it, shirt: banana republic, skirt: vintage/thrifted, shoes: rugged wearhouse
so, yeah, this might be one of my favorite outfits in a long time because 1. it has stripes, 2. it has a vintage and/or thrifted element, 3. i can't believe i almost didn't get those shoes but now that i have them i want to wear them with everything, and 4. it's kona approved.
so how was your weekend? mine was nice. i worked most of the day saturday to continue filling orders from all of the sales i've gotten from the lonny magazine feature. then on sunday chris and i had a fun day until i learned a lesson... i always think it's better to be silly than serious, but it's all fun and games until someone breaks a shoe. in the midst of my mc hammer dancing, exaggerated limp walking and ballet in the grocery store aisles - meant to get a few laughs from chris - i felt something that just shouldn't be: a ripped off sole on my clog. it was almost a sad day, but then i epoxied that baby back on an all is well with the world!
also, we watched the cider house rules because i finished reading that book a couple months ago. you'd think i'd know by now that it is an absolute mistake to watch a movie after reading the book because movies NEVER measure up, but apparently i'm some sort of masochist that likes inflicting two hours of movie-watching torture upon myself. all i can say is, if you've read the book, just enjoy that and never, EVER, under ANY circumstances watch the movie. you will want to punch your tv. repeatedly.