Please excuse my absence; I had a very full weekend! Yesterday was my birthday and I was far too busy celebrating, I couldn’t make it to my dear blog. The festivities included family, presents, cakes (two of them!) shopping, dreaming, best friends, eating delicious foods, gorgeous flowers, and a really cute boy! Couldn’t ask for anything more!
I bought this yellow and white checkered skirt back in November and I’ve been hanging onto it for months, waiting for the perfect spring day to don it! I wore it to church a couple weeks ago and worried that I looked a little too Little House on the Prairie so I sexed it up with some of my highest heels. After church I made that same cute boy watch Seven Brides for Seven Brothers with me in honor of my ankle-length country skirt. The costumes in that movie are inaccurate as far as colors go, but who doesn’t love to see those seven brothers all lined up in their rainbow shirts at the dance!? The mid 1800s (1820-1870) is definitely my least favorite period in history as far as fashion goes, which is why that movie was a costume victory in my opinion.
Black Three-Quarter Sleeve Tee: DownEast
Yellow and White Checkered Skirt: Savers
Cream Bauble Necklace: DownEast
Cream and Gold Ring: DownEast
Black Heels: Head Over Heels
Photography By Charlotte Tidwell