"Hi Cowgirl" was the greeting I got from one of my former students on Wednesday and yeap, sure enough cowgirl boots always make me feel like a cowgirl. The funny thing is that even though I'm a Texan and live in Texas I don't like to look like a cowgirl and yet here I am with 2 outfits in a row with cowgirl boots, both all thrifted.
I've had these Steve Madden boots the longest, I think the reason I don't wear them as much is because they are very pointy, I don't like pointy shoes that much, I often see other bloggers rocking similar boots, Frances being one of them but I'm not very confident in these boots.
Details: 100% thrifted
Dress: Charter Club (tailored by me)
Jacket: PS/ (buttons replaced by me)
There is nothing anyone could tell me that would prevent me from wearing this 60's tapestry coat. I bought this baby more than a year ago for $1.75 but unfortunately it was 2 sizes too big, I almost sold it on my etsy store but I could not part away with it. After more then a year I decided to dry clean it, once it was clean I decided I would do something about the fitting, I almost wore it as big as it was but too big clothes add the pounds so instead I was going to take it to the tailor (I know my limitations when it comes to tailoring and refashioning and coats and jackets are one of them).
So then I called my mom and she told me she had the day off, my mom is a savvy seamstress so I asked her to tailor my coat, by the end of the day she had it done and now it fits perfect. Yes the print is a bit loud and so is the color but that's exactly why I love it!
Outfit Details: 100% thrifted
60's tapestry coat: thrifted/ tailored by my mom
Shirt: New York & Co.
Scarf: Vintage Hermes/ gift from friend
Boots: vintage/ thrifted
I thrifted this pretty belt last night.
And my boots! Also thrifted last night, they are vintage, supple leather, almost like new, clean, rounded toe, heel is comfy, what can I say they are perfect and they were only $12.81! Score!