jueves, 4 de julio de 2013

old summer classics

Today I'm linking to fabulous Sacramento and lovely Aminta, because it's time to share-in style, a project to share a theme with blogger friends and spread the world with style we love!, they're a neverending source of inspiration!
So I'm wearing something vintage, a vintage shirt with a tropical print, purchased many years ago in an old local store that was selling off its warehouse contents, particularly a lot of 80's pieces. It was a real bargain and my eye was caught by its summery print, even though it was winter right then, (I remember it was snowing!).

Hoy enlazo a la fabulosa Sacramento y la encantadora Aminta, porque me encanta su proyecto share-in style, un proyecto para compartir un tema con amigas blogueras y difundir por el mundo el estilo que nos gusta, es una gran idea y ellas on una fuente inagotable de inspiración.
Así que llevo algo vintage, esta camisa antigüita con estampado tropical, que compré hace un montón de años en unos antiguos grandes almacenes de la localidad, que estaban liquidando el contenido de su almacén, especialmente ropa de los ochenta. Fue una verdadera ganga y lo que captó mi atención fue el estampado tan veraniego, aunque recuerdo que era pleno invierno y hasta estaba nevando!



- striped t-shirt, C&A / camiseta de rayas
- red pants, Festa (old) / pantalón rojo
- necklace, artisan market / collar, de mercadillo artesano
- bag, Surkana / bolsito
- sandals, Romu / sandalias
- sunnies, Asos (last summer) / gafas de sol (del verano pasado





- sarong as a skirt, old / pareo a modo de falda, antiguo
- sandals, Wonders (last summer) / sandalias, del verano pasado
- obi belt / cinturón obi Locaderremate, Nuevo!
- crochet starfishes, by myself / estrellas de mar de ganchillo, fabricación casera
- bracelets, a present (DayADay) / pulseras, un regalo

13 comentarios:

  1. Love those red cropped pants and that print in the skirt is fab:)
    ~Anne xx

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  2. I love both ways you've styled the top--and those bracelets are AWESOME!!

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  3. aHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH, me encanta ese look casi japones,ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
    Eres divinaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa y te adoro
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  4. Both outfits are great and so different. Its really hard to pick which one I like best. The red cropped pants are a fabulous contrast, and yet the green coloured skirt with the obi and bag is so complimentary. Those bracelets are really unusual - they look like they are made from recycled packaging.

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    1. oh yes, those bracelets are lined with some kind of packaging, I think it's grapes and pineapple juices packaging!, kitsch!!
      thank you for your comment!

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  5. Oh, madame, how lovely thou art! Colour, splash! I have just looked through your latest posts. You certainly bring on the sunshine. The orange obi is absolutely perfect with your sarong skirt.

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  6. Querida señora Allnut, está usted magnífica!! Me encanta la forma en que has combinado la camisa con ese toque rojo! Viva lo vintage!

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  7. alaaa como me encantan esas pulseras
    http://mandarinacosturera.blogspot.com.es/

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  8. What a wonderful Friday post- and great series! So far I've soaked up Catharines and Aminta, Em and Sacramento and now gorgeous YOU!

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  9. You look grand! Love those circle shades!

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  10. Estás maravillosa!! Me encanta el segundo look :D es tan fresco .. que alegría que seas parte de esta aventura. Espero que podamos contar contigo también el próximo viernes .
    Feliz fin de semana muuuuua

    Aminta

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  11. Oh lordy I love your bangles SO MUCH!!!! And what an amazing skirt with your vintage blouse and belt. Absolutely STUNNING!!!! xoxoxo

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  12. I love how you've styled that groovy shirt, it looks brilliant both ways! Those bangles make my knees go weak, they are the icing on the cake! Besos! xxx

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