What I wore on Thanksgiving, and some fall color as evidenced in my backyard. I found this little 60’s vintage jacket the day before at Goodwill for $6.99 (along with another vintage blazer that I’m pretty excited about, jack(et)pot!). Both have really wonderful shrunken fits.
I was drawn to this one for it’s mix of tough and sweet elements. I love the rugged army green fabric combined with the covered buttons and peter pan collar. Also, the shape of it and how it just buttons at the top allowing what ever is underneath to peak through, great for layering.
The gingham tunic is from Target by way of my friend Angelina’s yard sale over the summer. I wear it SO MUCH. The combination of the big hair bow (flea market find, attached with a bobby pin) and combat boots (courtesy of Millakins!) to finish things off was inspired by the jacket’s tough/sweet quality, a mix I really like.
We spent Thanksgiving at my mom’s house, having lots of fun and eating plenty of insanely yummy food with her and my sisters, their significant others, and Clover’s cousins. We also got to welcome a tiny new member into the family!
Meeting my 3-week-old nephew Austin for the first time. What a little bundle of sweetness.
The husbands… you gotta love a man who can cook. Truth be told, two of them were faking it for the camera. On a side note: Lucas’ vintage western snap-up shirt was scored from the Magical Dump!
Hey guys… can I be the giraffe?