I am not kidding, I have major love for all the rural fences here in Virginia. I hope you guys like them too, because I have a feeling you might see a lot of pictures with fences in them! I seriously can’t believe how many picturesque places there are near where we live. This little park is literally 1 minute from our house. sigh. I love it here.
So did you guys know this top is actually a dress? No I’m not trying to be tricky, and tucking in a dress and pretending it’s a top, like some awesome ace of a remixer. Nope. It shrunk in the wash. I’m so sad. I bought it as a beach dress in Perth (you may remember it from this post), and it was a little short, so I even got it a size too big for some extra length. Then it shrunk in the wash, and now it’s so short it doesn’t even cover my butt. It’s in no way decent. Seriously. It’s that awkward length that doesn’t really work as a top either. I’m kind of devastated. I foresaw myself wearing it so much this summer… bugger. But thankfully it makes a cute tank top (which you know I love haha). So here’s hoping I can convince myself to cut it up and make it a proper tank top, not the weird hybrid it is right now. I dunno… I’m harboring a secret desire that if I wash it once more, it will magically become a dress again. Well a girl can hope right?
Skirt: Megan Nielsen, Brumby skirt, AW2010
Cardigan: Vintage, family heirloom from my MIL
Tunic Top: Witchery
Cowboy boots: Vintage, gift from a friend
Sweater Tights: Hue
Belt: Vintage, gift from my mom
Necklace: Vintage, via ebay