This Town

Saturday night Patrick and I joined several other vintage loving friends for Church of Sinatra, a monthly get together that proves a good excuse for vintage friends to get together and chat, listen to music and drink cocktails. Usually, Julie of FabGabs hosts at her home, but sometimes you just need to get out, and instead we met up at Huber’s for an evening of cocktails and nosh. It was lovely catching up with Julie and meeting new people.

Springtime in Portland has some of the most erratic weather out there. One day we will be blue skies and sunshine, pushing 85 degrees, the next, windy, rainy, and 50-something. So while just a few days ago it was warm enough for a sleeveless linen number, the other night I wore wool! Though I was kind of happy, since I just got this skirt during our trip to California, but hadn’t been able to wear it yet as it was at the dry-cleaners, followed by very pleasant, non-wool, weather.

I hope you all had a lovely weekend!

Outfit
Blazer: I don’t remember!
Blouse: Red Light, Portland, Oregon
Skirt: Some antique mall in California
Nude Fishnets: Oroblu, Nordstrom (seriously the best fishnets ever!)
Shoes & Purse: Antique Alley, Portland, Oregon
Earrings: 4TheLoveOfVintage
Handcuff Bracelet: Expo

10 thoughts on “This Town

  1. The detail on that skirt, with the sort of button down flap, is just divine!! what a find. You always look fabulous and really do have a style quite your own. P x

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