Saturday, May 14, 2016

Bohemian

Do you play around with different styles?




We recently took Mr. Mickey's daughter out for her 50th birthday celebration dinner.




In honor of her very youthful urban fashion vibe, we decided to wear jeans and be more casual.




This burnout velvet cardigan has a distinct Bohemian attitude. I found it on sale at Dillard's recently. The bold cuff and tank top are from Chico's. The jeans are by Jag Jeans via the Fig Leaf in Blowing Rock, North Carolina. The mesh and suede trim shoes are old by Sam Edelman. The reptile embossed box bag is from S.M. Bradford Co. on Hilton Head Island.

Thank you for joining us on this journey through midlife and beyond. The second fifty years are truly the best!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great outfit. I love to dress up jeans. Your new "do" makes you look younger!

Prairie Poulet said...

You've shown the way to boho style that works at this stage of life: keep it simple with one color, black in this case. Avoid pattern and shine. Too often, boho is very tired and ages us because it is all too, too, too -- too much pattern, too much contrast, too many textures all at once (and the awful shiny fringe). By simplifying and keeping accessories non-boho, this look is sleek and flattering. Five stars, Susan.

rosary said...

Where did y'all eat???

Anonymous said...

Those shoes! ❤️ You're making me want to try heels again in spite of my tendinitis. You look amazing! Very inspiring

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Lynn Marsh said...

Nice look.

Susan Street said...

We ate at the Longhorn Steakhouse. I had a salad and one stuffed mushroom.

elaine said...

I love the cardigan! Definitely a great way to dress up jeans.

Elaine @ Following Augustine

Prairie Poulet said...

And once again, a very similar look will soon be mine. I'm becoming a copycat.