Cute, reminds me as something I would have worn as a kid. Atlhough, I’d all too gladly wear it now… straight to the coffee shop. Made by Free People.
I love shirts that fit like this. I have one myself by Clawmingdales / Claw Money. Young Money, Cash Money < lol. Random. Of course, this one is by Free People. I tend to list things in a row from a single store. Shows you my research patterns. Btw, all the stuff I plan to blog about is all over my desktop and I like a clean desktop. So, I’m kinda’ tryna’ get this stuff outta’ here and posted. After this, I’m done for the night.
Is it just me, or does it seem like the newer the clothes are that come out, the more older-looking they seem to be? I guess everything does circle around the block. Everything, everything, everything. Clothing, dance techniques, music… everything. I’m thinking this stuff is either 70s or early 80s. Hey, in the 70s, I wasn’t born yet, and I was only a baby in the Eighties. I’m getting all my knowledge from old photos and That 70s show. Hey, that stuff’s reliable. Btw, another item from Free People. Cute, sparkly, little slip-dress-shirt-thing. Hey, where can I get that slip-dress-shirt-thing?! Why, Free People, of course.
This black slip passes for a dress just fine. Psych. It is a dress… a racy dress. Where would I wear it? I have no idea. Anywhere… except for church and maybe a business meeting. Maybe, a business meeting. We’ll see how that goes. Lol. The Corset Ruffle Bottom Slip, another from Free People.
Free People, that’s one I haven’t blogged about. I’ve decided to give Karmaloop a bit of a break. I know it seemed as though they were the only store I ever thought about or shopped in (at… online), but they aren’t. They are, however, the first that come to mind. That said, I also love Free People. So similar to UO, but a lot more expensive. Love the shirt and the color and the surprise is the detail up-close. From a distance, it just looks like a regular tee. Sidenote: I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but my links just lead you to the main site. You always have to look up the product. The up-side? Maybe you’ll find something on the homepage that grabs your attention, too. (Sigh) I should get paid for this.