Dress: Kardashian for Sears
Scarf: Old Navy (I've been crediting Fred Meyer for this scarf, but its actually from Old Navy.)
Boots: ? (Thrifted)
Spike Bracelet: F21
This dress was love at first sight for me, it was one of the few dresses from the line that seemed very non-Kardashian with the loose fit and romantic air to it, but the price point was crazy. I don't pay $115 for a dress people. Sears is really awesome about marking their stuff down to clearance fast and I knew I wouldn't have to wait long to get this at a good deal. Unfortunately, it seems I wasn't the only one who liked this dress, by the time it hit a low clearance price, the only one left was a size large. But for $8.49, it was coming home with me. I've done some alterations to make the armholes not so large and gaping, but it's still a bit long for me. By using a belt a pulling the top of the dress over the belt, I'm able to create a new waistline on this dress and control how long or short I want the hemline to fall. This makes it so versatile, I love a shorter, fuller skirt with the tights and a longer, sleek hemline with bare legs, so I get the best of both worlds with this.
I've been wanting to take photos down here by the Chena River for a while. It's such a fantastic location, but I've held off because there's always so many people down here and I'm a little shy at breaking out the tripod in front of that many people. I think I'm going to have to come back here when we get our first snowfall, I love how rivers look with the first snow of the season.
Ugh, I just depressed myself with that. That first snow needs to hold off for a good two months.