Blouse: My Great-Grandmother's. Skirt: Zara. Shoes: Tory Burch from summerbird, similar pair. Headband: Zoe Lynn & Co. last seen here. Purse: JJ Winters from Lipp Boutique. Sunglasses: Blinde, similar pair. Necklace: Thanks to by boe. Earrings: Pier 1 Imports (so old). Bracelets: My Grandmother's and Great-Grandmother's, Stella & Dot. Rings: Tiffany and Diamonds Direct.
First; if you live in the Queen City, I hope you visit this precious newly built space on the Greenway next to Metropolitan. It is what I call Charlotte's answer to Bryant Park. Next; I've had my eye on this skirt from Zara for the last couple of months. One of the things I was most excited about for my trip to NYC was going shopping there. I had so much fun putting together this outfit. The vintage blouse and bracelet belonged to my Great-Grandmother. I don't normally wear anything with a logo (except my Chaney), but I think these Tory Burch pumps from my favorite high end consignment boutique are just so good looking with the quilting, cap toe and gold detail on the heel. I am in love with my Zoe Lynn & Co. headband hand made by a college friend, and of course, my favorite going out bag. Back to the skirt... I think there is an age threshold for short skirts, and this skirt is definitely on the mini side. I will be 36 on my next birthday, but I don't FEEL like I look too old to wear it. What do you think about women wearing short skirts as they age? Do you agree about keeping things more conservative? Could care less about age?
Thanks so much for reading!!
PS--Love headband too? Stay tuned for a Giveaway, or if you can't wait to have one, get yours for 20% off using code QueenCity20 at the Zoe Lynn & Co. Etsy shop here!