Turquoise is the color I need to get clean
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Turquoise is the color I need to get clean

Vintage dress & clutch, thrifted top, Steven heels

I decided to pull out this rarely-worn vintage dress because, really, when is turquoise leather NOT appropriate? I wore one of my DIY cropped oxfords as a sort of jacket, which hid the fact that I don’t quite fill out the boobage area (whoever owned this dress before must’ve been built like Pam Anderson), but also covered the back, which I love.

Still trying to decide which black dress to wear to the Summerfair LBD event–I have surprisingly few options–before I hit that and the Lady Parts art show tonight. Oh, and don’t forget to Cute Up for The City Flea on Saturday!

10 Comments
  • Shawna Katz

    June 3, 2011at9:22 am Reply

    Turquoise Leather Dress! Only you would be able to find that and of course rock it out!

  • hiphopmuse

    June 3, 2011at3:12 pm Reply

    I love the leather dress!

  • Susi G

    June 3, 2011at5:39 pm Reply

    You look ADORABLE Tamia. I loved the cropped oxford with the leather dress. I wish I could “cute it up” for City Flea tomorrow, but I am away! Have been gone too much lately- look forward to your street style photos.

    • tamia

      June 8, 2011at8:30 am Reply

      Thanks, Susi! Maybe I’ll see you at the next one?

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    June 4, 2011at8:29 am Reply
  • Vivian

    June 5, 2011at9:27 am Reply

    You wear it so well that it looks like a casual dress on you! It’s all in how you wear something, that’s really true!! I would look like a freak with that wonderful dress on!

    • tamia

      June 8, 2011at8:30 am Reply

      Aw, thanks Vivian!

  • Bonifant

    June 5, 2011at1:34 pm Reply

    I LOVE the shirt/cape diy!

    • tamia

      June 8, 2011at8:26 am Reply

      Thanks! It was pretty easy..otherwise I wouldn’t do it!

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    December 22, 2011at11:27 pm Reply

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