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Oh Boy.


While it's not all fun and games, summer adventures are starting! Days are warm and evenings are mild and all I want to do is wander through the woods getting my new shoes mucky. These canvas flats from Loly in the Sky are the perfect pair for me: comfy, quirky, and so ready to get dirty. I like nice clothes, but I don't like to be afraid of getting them dirty--what's the point of having something if you're too afraid to use it? Besides shoes look nice when they're worn in, jeans are best faded, and vintage dresses often feel so lovely because they've been worn loads. I hope I can be so philosophical about it all when I'm old and worn-out...
P.S. If you like my flats check my blog again on Tuesday, because I'm going to be hosting a Loly in the Sky giveaway.

12 comments:

Nikki Williams said...

love this outfit! that skirt is so cute!

xxoo,
nikki

www.dreaminneon.blogspot.com

Ellie Connor-Phillips said...

I love this outfit! looking forward to a dreamy summer now!

http://roseandvintage.blogspot.com/

Alexandra Marie said...

LOVE this outfit- those shoes are too cute! Alex

tobebeautifulingodseyes.blogspot.com

Rachel Sullivan said...

I love this shirt and this look. The photos look like perfect summer.

Rachel

BumbleBri said...

I ADORE your blog and this has to be my favorite outfit you have posted. SO cute!

OrigamiGirl said...

What beautiful surroundings. That looks such a gorgeous relaxing place to take photos. And I love the satchel bag you have.

Rhiannon Lorenzo said...

so gorgeous! love the surroundings in these photos. looks so peaceful!

www.modernsuburbanites.blogspot.com

Loyde said...

OMG! your shoes! I love!!! :)

JC Cross-Jones said...

Love the print on your blouse!

Two Hearts One Roof

Luna said...

I'm fond of classy, unique shoes. Those are pretty fabulous!

Anonymous said...

Woah. Nice. But please eat something!!!

Rebecca, The Clothes Horse said...

@Anonymous, body-shaming comments aren't welcome here. I currently have no exercise regime and eat Burger King too often (ask my friends). Not all bodies are built the same and telling me I'm not an acceptable weight in your eyes isn't helpful towards my (or anyone else's) health and well-being.