Thursday, September 13, 2012

Sally Sells Sea Shells

I purchased this dress the same day I purchased my pink little number.  I believe they both belonged to the same one according to the lady that worked at the Goodwill.  This dress again, fits perfectly.  I didn't even need to belt it, I just did so to add a little visual contrast with a different pattern.  This is a good way to mix two different patterns together if you are a little uncertain how to do so or just a little gun shy about it.

Outfit Details:
vintage dress, belt, shoes {thrifted}
vintage Etienne Aigner clutch {gift}
vintage jewelry {from my paternal grandmother}

I love the Conrad Weiser Homestead for taking photos.  There are such diverse locations that it never gets tiring or uninspired for me.  The old stone buildings are stunning and the bridges are gorgeous.  I love the stone steps that lead down to a different level, as you may be able to tell by how often I shoot photos on them.  There are also benches scattered across the entire park, tucked into little alcoves created by trees.

I feel so lucky to have this beautiful place so close to where I live.  It's most convenient for taking photos or having a picnic or just a romp through nature.  Do you have any locations that you continually rely on for taking photos or other things?

Want to see what photos didn't make it on the blog?  There were a lot for this post.  Head over to my Facebook and take a gander.


  1. What is the print on that dress? Whatever it is, it's so cute! And I am in love with your shoes.
    The location is so gorgeous; I'm jealous that you have such a pretty place to take pictures!

    1. The print is various sea shells and star fish. Very cute and whimsical. I fell in love with these shoes the moment I saw them. I almost didn't buy them because they were $8, but then they were 50% off! Couldn't pass it up then... I am very thankful to have such a pretty location just a few minutes away. It makes it so much easier.

      Love, Kristi