Sunday, July 22, 2012

Day 22: Belt



Boots: target // skirt: pumpanickle vintage // cardigan: cocolatte // bag: portmans // belt: alannah hill

Today I braved taking outfit photos for the first time in public. This is just a little park up from my house and no one was there so maybe it was a good place to start my foray into the big wide world. It is a little bit embarrassing walking around with a tripod taking photos of yourself but than I am more than happy to put them all over the internet, it doesn't really make sense. 

I wore this outfit on Friday night and didn't realise how low cut this top was till I looked at these photos, whoops! The skirt is vintage and from the lovely store Pumpanickle Vintage which I got the pleasure of visiting in person while we were down the Coast. 

Back to work tomorrow, I hope you have had a lovely weekend!


  1. I have not ventured out in public with my tripod yet so I think you are really brave. I absolutely adore that belt it's gorgeous.

  2. I love how that bow & skirt match. And awesome thought to mix the primary coloured outfit with a public place like a playground! :) Go you!

  3. The clutch looks gorgeous against the vintage skirt, love the warmth it brings :-) The boots are brilliant!

    Jem xXx

  4. Gorgeous outfit! I love all the colours x

  5. cute outfit - i love your hair this way

  6. amazing outfit <3 you look soo great

    Alexa <3

  7. love this outfit hun, everything works so well together xo

  8. I love this outfit so much! That skirt is so pretty and such a nice length. And the bow belt is so cute :) Alannah Hill makes such nice things.

  9. Love this outfit! That skirt is so pretty - the print and pleats are perfect :)

    Life Etc

  10. It's fun to take a peek at your neighbourhood! I hope you'll continue to venture out...

    Love the photo of you on the slide. You look lovely, Megan.


  11. I love the Autumn vibe to this outfit, it's perfect!

    x Jasmine


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