Outfit: Old Millhouse

This outfit and location coordination was pure luck. Thomas and I were coming back from somewhere and he decided to follow a random sign down a side road to this old millhouse. I was wear this Book of Deer skirt and our camera was in the backseat so a series of pictures was inevitable. You don't always get so lucky to have a coordinating outfit and your camera handy, but most of the places we take pictures are found by random like that. Sometimes it's look online to just see what sounds interesting in your areas and other days it's choosing to go a little further than you have to down a random road just to see what's at the end of it. We don't always find something or sometimes you find something but it's surrounded by cows (rural life), but it's always worth it to keep on looking. Who was it who said "never lose your childlike curiosity for life"? 
details: old sweater, Book of Deer skirt, black tights, Seychelles boots, vintage purse
*pictures by Thomas*



  1. Love this look! Very beautiful.

  2. Lovely! Just lovely!:)

  3. That skirt is so cute, and the outfit is just lovely!
    I adore your style.
    Much love,

  4. it's so cool that you have so many little hidden treasure type areas over in ireland. and the little houses on your skirt are adorable. the photo where the skirt is flared out makes the houses look like they're flying around in a tornado haha. it kind of reminds me of the wizard of oz


  5. What a wonderful little moment of unplanned cohesion! That skirt was absolutelying meant to flounce around in front of a little house like that.



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