You know the outfit where you just want to have fun with it? Though it might seem a bit too mix-matched, but you plumb don’t care at all. It’s an outfit you feel good in, and can’t help but kick up some leaves and cheekily smile and laugh in. Well, that’ my November Rainbow Outfit.
It all started with a dress: A good friend of Jessica’s, Nellie, gave us girls some adorable vintage frocks a month or so ago. Each of us got our own frock, and out of the quartet I selected a bright, 70s rainbow perfection of a dress. Think taking all the gorgeous rainbow-striped lollipops from your favorite candy store and turning them into a sundress. But, it was a sundress, and sundresses just don’t work for Autumn… or so I thought…
Do you ever get a new piece of clothing, and want to wear it right away, even though it may be out of season? Well, that’s the way I felt about that dress. With a little determination and creativity, I was able to transform a very beach-ready dress to an autumn-perfect frock.
Angel and I had too much fun posing for Brigid during the photo shoot! Especially since Mom blew all of the leaves to the edge of our lawn, creating an absolute haven for leaf-kicking and tearing-to-shreds 😀
One of you asked about these wonderful boots of mine, whether they were of good quality, etc. so today I’m going to share!
I purchased these boots on a discount from Ruche, and boy but they are by far my most-worn item in my F/W wardrobe to date, and are pure magic 🙂 They are made of faux leather, and may not be of the most amazing build-quality, but the price was right for the shoe I got. They are lined inside, which makes for über cozy feet in chilly weather. The outer material is the type of faux leather that feels like it is water-proof, so they don’t scuff super easily; and if they do, the scuffs look like they are actually a feature of the boot. Bonus for all you ladies who easily scuff up their shoes (read: me)!
All in all, I am in love with these boots: the style is perfect, the warmth-factor is amazing. You can check them out here.