Thursday, August 28, 2008

Hot days call for hippie dresses.


With temperatures nearing triple digits, I'm so glad I thrifted this Indian print dress the other day. It's the perfect light and floaty garment to get me through the sweltering heat and appease my inner hippie all at once :)

Also, I'm in love with this wee leather pouch I got at the flea market for 50 cents, and this dress is just the thing to wear it with. Look its got tiny little fringe :D

11 comments:

Milla said...

You look so dreamy. I love the like you live in Topanga Canyon, or somewhere, and are on your way to hang out with Devendra Banhart...

Mila said...

Oooh wow! I really adore this loo, seriously!
You always look gorgeous, but i think this is one of my favourite dresses from you... It suits you beautifully and i love the way you accesorised is this a word?) it!

<3

Lots of love, Mila.

a cat of impossible colour said...

This dress is very you! You look very cool and free-spirited.

Skye said...

I love the colours - that china blue and white is lovely on you. How cute is that teeny weeny little fringed pouch?

Diane said...

That blue is so pretty! And I'm also a fan of the long braids. I miss those since chopping my locks to chin length.

thefashionmaven said...

i completely agree about diverting to flowy dresses in the heat - i made about six last summer and WORE THEM OUT! in fact, i made a vow to only wear dresses last summer. didn't work out that way, but it was a thought!
you look breezy and great!

Alexa said...

That little pouch is the cutest! You can keep a few quarters in it...all a hippie needs ;)

thefashionmaven said...

i mailed you something special today! i hope you are pleased! :)

rohit said...

hi
hello
how was your day?
i liked your blog
you are fantastic!!!

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bye
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see you

rohit said...

hi
hello
how was your day?
i liked your blog
you are fantastic!!!

really nice blog
fabulous fantastic
bye
take care
see you

Hailey @ stylesymmetry.com said...

Lovely dress, wish we had some indian summer here it's already fall.