a personal style blog by Lauren Pfieffer

Sunday, December 23, 2012

Remix #18.

Remixed item: 1950's inspired polka dot dress, thrifted.

When I think back on some of my best thrift finds I've had over the five years, without a doubt this little dress often comes to mind. I found it when I was a junior in high school, incredulous that something so perfect, well fitting, and cheap could be lying right in front of my eyes. It's been my absolute go to dress to throw on in the summer time when it's too hot for anything else, and even still a piece I sport around when lounging in my dorm studying all day. Although these looks aren't necessarily drastic from each other, each represent a different mood and persona the dress fits perfectly into. It's a dress of many trades you could say.

With much love, Lauren.

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Unknown said...

I love this dress every time that you wear it! I can't decide which way is my favorite: I'm torn between the Audrey look with the black shirt underneath, or the really casual look with the red sweater. Either way, such a great dress!


Unknown said...

That dress looks absolutely stunning on you! Wow! Such an amazing thrift find. I'm jealous of your thrifting skills. :)

<3 Samantha

Hannah | The Outfit Repeater said...

Who would think a little retro dress could be so versatile? Love your creative styling with each one. You look lovely! :)

Camille said...

I love seeing how you remix certain pieces in your wardrobe. You inspire me to be super creative with my closet!


Unknown said...

This dress always looks gorgeous on you. I love the classic black and white polka dot print and how versatile it is. So pretty!

Ellie Balangue said...

definitely a lovely remix! love the one with you holding the balloon that beanie suits the dress very well also the last pic is adorable too!

Happy Holidays! Hope you have a good one! :)

Hope you can visit mine too!


Lily Fang said...

Love the last cozy look! I read your about me, and I'm from Ohio too! It's such a small world. I love your style and writing--you're so inspiring!

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