Friday, September 30, 2011

Friday! Foliage!

Just a little outfit pic from today.  Went to a vintage fair and got some great goodies for the shop!  The leaves are just starting to turn now. Delish!  In retrospect, I think I wore a bit too much brown, but I wanted the background to stand out.  Oh, yes, those ARE the 30s shoes that used to be in my shop.  Oops, I stole them back again.  :)





9 comments:

Riikka said...

Such a lovely outfit and not too much brown, if you ask me. The colour suits you beautifully!

LandGirl1980 said...

No no no. You can never have too much brown in my eyes. And it is such a glorious colour! Maybe a brooch would have brightened it a little - but I love it the way it is :)

Tasha said...

So pretty. The belt just pops out so nicely against the dress, which is just divine!

BaronessVonVintage said...

Ah, thanks, gals! I really should have worn a hat and a brooch would have been a grand addition, too. I'm slowly trying to work on my accessorizing (thanks, Tasha...I took a gamble with the belt).

Emily & Gracie said...

I don't know how you ever doubt yourself, I don't think I've ever seen an outfit of yours that wasn't wonderful! I love all of this, especially the (burgundy?) belt!
Also, you've been sharing some pretty swoon-inducing stuff on your Tumblr lately! There's always good stuff, but that suit and that dress with the peplum-thing are just so, so incredible. I don't have a tumblr so I had to let you know somehow how much those lovely garments brightened the aesthetic value of my day!
- Emily

Vintage Seen said...

oh thats the colour I was trying to dye a slip today...it came out more orange than your lovely deep chocolate...that dress is fab!

Patricia Lynn said...

Lovely, as always.

Brittany_Va-VoomVintage said...

you always look so fabulous! I love the shoes. I have been known to steal things from my etsy stock too! *lol*

RetroRocketGal said...

That brown is lovely. Fall is such a nice time of year. Relief after all that heat and beautiful colors. Your blog is so tasteful.