We all know vintage is any thing or piece that is old but has great value and there are ladies that are exclusively into vintage fashion. They seek out old period/vintage pieces to put together a unique style. If done right, that sense of style stands out any time. Well, I do love vintage pieces too but I'm yet to focus exclusively on creating a vintage style for myself. What I focused on however, was styling this old lace dress for this post. It is a dress I have had for years and it is actually my "weight-checker" or my "weight piece." And by this I mean, I keep some pieces in my closet; pants, dresses and tops that I use to check my weight gain. If they don't fit right, then it is time to hit the gym! Lol...😂 I think this method is just better than obsessing over numbers on the scale. I do use the scale too now and then and then, there is the "waist-measurement method," where you use a tape to measure your waist line...😂 Oh, this is not a fitness post; that would be dealt with at a different time...
Now back to this old lace dress that I accessorized with an equally old hat, my favorite straw hat and Steve Madden Sandals. It is an outfit I wore with the kids to visit some friends on a hot summer day. We talk about the "little black dress (LBD) all the time and I think the "little white dress" (LWD) is a piece every lady should own too. You can dress it down with a denim jacket, sandals and sunnies for a hot summer day or you can dress it up with a great pair of pumps and statement jewelry for a dressier event. I got to run to the gym now....😊 Thanks so much for stopping by here.
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