Sunday, March 25, 2012

Plaid in the Spring


Hope everyone had a great weekend! It was a busy one for me, filled with birthday celebrations. These busy weekends and weather are giving me the itch for spring break. On one of my recent thrifting trips, I came across across this 60's mod-vintage plaid sleeveless dress. I adore the 60's era. I felt like it was a time of simplicity and class. This dress was a steal at $4.99. This will be a dress I will also be wearing in the fall, but this lightweight wool dress was perfect for a crisp spring day.

Usually, when we think of plaid we think of fall. But this spring, some designers incoporated plaid in there 2012 designs.

Do you own anything that is 60's inspired? What do you think of that era?

13 comments:

  1. You look like you were made for that dress! I love how you paired it with the red shoes. You like so vintage. Amazing!!

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    1. Thanks, when I bought it I thought immediately of these red pumps.

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  2. Fits like a glove! You would fit right in in 1960...where is that time machine?
    xo, A

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    1. Thanks, seriously, sometimes I do think I was born in the wrong era!

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  3. $4.99??? What a great find!
    I too love the 60's <3

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    1. Thanks, yeah I was pumped with this bargain.

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  4. Plaid perfection! That silhouette is lovely on you!

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  5. I look hideous in plaid, but it looks great on you. I love the sunnies also.

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  7. What a score! You look fantastic. Cannot believe the price.

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  8. Great dress, what a steal!! Love it

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