Vest: Old Navy - $5.79
Leather Jacket: Sears - Wait for it.... 87 cents!
Silk Dress: ? (Maybe Zara? It's hard to read the tag) Thrifted - $7.99
Belt: Old Navy - $1.99
Shoes: Zodiac (Famous Footwear) - $5.00
Bracelets: Clearance, thrifted - Maybe $5.00?
Earrings: Clearance: 2.79
Handbag: Bueno (Present)
I made it under my budget this week for my "Under $30 Challenge", although it maybe have been a cheap shot to take the bag as a zero. (But it was a present, so it's a little hard to figure price into it.)
See, I am getting better with this camera! (At least these are decent shots, it's taking a lot of time to figure out all of the new stuff, I'm really glad that I started learning on my little Kodiak, this camera would have really intimated me!) Thank you to everyone for giving me some pointers and hints with the camera, it really helped, you all are some amazingly sweet and wonderful.
Running from the storm! Just moments after taking pictures, the clouds rolled in and we got some much need rain.
I thought I should post some photos of this handsome young man and where I've been spending time away from the blog:
This is Mikado, the horse that I lease and ride. He is an Irish Sporthorse and the biggest cuddle bug I've ever met! I've been having such a ball riding him, he is a total doll. I work part time up at the barn to pay of my lease and riding and hopefully when I start teaching lessons I'll be able to give Izzy and Gunnar riding lessons in exchange. I also wanted to show off my new saddle! My dad found this Crosby(Fantastic saddles, really high quality.) at a garbage sale for $75. These normally run between $600 -$1,000 plus, so that was such a steal! (See, the smart shopper gene runs in the family!) It was great to replace my old saddle, it was a pretty bare-bones, basically a flap of leather jumping saddle that I had for almost 17 years, but I had so many memories from riding in it, it's going to be hard to let go.
*Cough* And now, back to your irregularly scheduled style blog!