Look-y here! I made a couple skirts.
Vintage ivory crocheted material (thanks mom!) sewn at waist over a vintage slip. I’m thinking this will go perfectly with some tan boots for cool summer nights.
Sherberty. This one is made from a really cool thickly woven material I picked up at Hart’s fabric. I think it’s supposed to be used to make a dish towel but it is definitely way too cool to restrict to a kitchen.
The best thing about the color mint? It never goes out of style and always brings a smile to your face.
The best thing about a figure flattering, classic cut, soft cotton dress in mint? You can wear it anywhere, through all seasons, for as many years as you want to, and look good doing it the entire time.
Add heels and a statement necklace for a night out or boots and a chunky sweater for work in the winter. This dress is a staple piece that will add refined style to any outfit. Channel your inner Mad Men….
Now for sale at Stripe. $240. Size M.
More photos to come.
Before you run out and buy a new pair of very chic, very in-style ankle strap shoes, take a moment to look around at what you’ve got. You may have a pair of shoes just waiting to be upgraded.
Head over to The Penny Rose, where I explain step-by-step how to add ankle straps to any pair of shoes that have a back (except boots, duh!).
Bonus: It’s super easy and zero commitment – straps are easy to switch out or the shoes can still be worn without them.
This darling lil dress is made with 100% cotton Ikat print designed by Amy Butler. The lining is a cotton-silk blend. Exposed brass zipper in back and hidden pockets on sides. Enjoy Kim!
The oldest new dress
Photography by Kristin Jones Heitzler