Afternoon, friends! I hope you are having a good week so far. How's the weather where you live? In my neck of the woods we had a sudden transition from summer to fall during the early part of last week. Last Sunday I wore a wool skirt to church, whereas the week before I wore sandals to the evening service! It's definitely time for a wardrobe transition.
This month has afforded a couple of shopping opportunities, including the annual rummage sale at our local fairgrounds and a trip to the mall with my mom. I got two t-shirts and a dress at the rummage sale, the latter of which I will be showing you today. My parents bought me the dress, which was $3. My grand total of the day for the two t-shirts was $2, plus a bit of tax. Not bad eh?
Last Saturday I wore my new dress for the second time since buying it. The color, print, cut, and drape of this piece are all so pretty. Because of its muted tone, I thought it made a good autumnal statement with my burgundy camisole. An oatmeal cardigan and matching knee-socks bumped up the warmth factor. I bought the darling heeled oxfords that very day and switched my boots for them on the way home! Altogether, this outfit celebrates fall with vintage flair.
By the way, I added a poll to my sidebar to see what my readers are most interested in,
so be sure to take a look!
Have you ever shopped at a rummage sale?
How are you dressing differently this fall?
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