Oh boy! It's been a crazy month! With starting a new job, catching up with friends & family, continuing my freelance work as a wardrobe stylist. It's left me with little time to actually post on blogs. No worries, I have lots of pictures and things to write about! It's just finding the time to actually sit down and start to write.
This past monday, I wore one of my all time favorite rompers that I found at Buffalo Exchange around 3 years ago. I was already in line to pay when the colorful romper caught my eye. I immediately gave up my spot in line to see the romper. To my pleasure, it was my size and only $7; not to mention it's vintage. The mid to late 1960's piece is made out of a seersucker novelty print including pears, hearts, and flowers.
The romper also has a halter style bodice and is shirred in the back. I think I live this a lot because of it's funky print and the way it looks like a dress instead of romper. It definitely is one of the best things I can wear during this hot Texas summer. I paired this romper with Ray Ban sunglasses & favorite nude wedges I've had for 9 years. My aunt bought them on sale at Target for $5 and let me keep them.
This outfit was worn to watch a film from the Asian Film Festival of Dallas with my boyfriend. We watched a hilarious Vietnamese comedy called Funny Money. It's definitely a must watch! I'll go ahead and attach the trailer at the end. After the film, we ended the date with gelato from Central Market.