Saturday, October 4, 2014

Romantic Reds

Wearing: Others follow dress, Elise M Collection belt, Vintage Stuart Weitzman patent oxblood heels, Vintage Gucci bag.

Fall weather has been showing up a tad bit here, and now that my most recent second job is in such a lovely area of town, I enjoy dressing up and going to work every day, and then afterwards taking my photos right outside along either this brick wall or other different colored walls, or in that little alley that's in between two shops in the area. Today I wore some of my newest vintage buys, and kept a lovely red theme going with my outfit, as red is my favorite color! I scored these little Stuart Weitzman oxblood loafer heels in a thrift shop about a month ago for only $4, and I've already decided they are going to be my favorite shoes this season! They are in perfect condition with no wear on them, and they are the most beautiful oxblood color in a loafer style...all of my fall favorites in one shoe! Not to mention they are Stuart Weitzman, who is such a fantastic designer with so many nice (but expensive!) shoes. With these I wore my new red dress from Others Follow, which I love so dearly because oddly enough, I don't even own a red dress! I'm not sure how, but I just don't, and this one is made of a comfy thick material and it's deep red color is perfect for fall. For my accessories I carried my new vintage Gucci that I bought off of eBay that I've been wanting ever since I was little when my mom used to describe the same exact bag she had but donated, and a cute little adjustable gray snakeskin print belt from Elise M Collection. My outfit felt perfect for the cooler weather we've been having lately! 



  1. Just beautiful! The bag is my favorite part, love the detail on it(:

  2. The dress is so nice, and it also looks so comfortable!

  3. Always Beautiful whatever you wear ^_^

  4. I personally don't usually care for red, but I understand why you do, because it looks fabulous on you! This dress is beautiful.

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