Hello everyone! How about a Saturday post? Actually it looks like Saturdays might turn into my regular posting days what with my schedule being slightly rearranged as of late... we shall see.
Anyway, I have been wanting to feature this babydoll tunic/dress/whatever I want it to be on any given day ever since I purchased it, and now I am finally getting around to doing so. The Smiths are easily my favorite band of all time and "Hatful of Hollow" is probably my favorite album (maybe.. it's an awfully tough choice). So when I was scrolling through Ebay one day and saw this dress, I obviously had to jump on the chance to call it mine. It is so comfy and flowy and wonderful, I wish I could wear it every single day, honestly.
The dress is actually sleeveless, but I decided to wear my black lace blouse underneath to give it a little bit of texture. I was originally going to wear my Dr. Martens for this specific look, but opted for my leopard print creepers at the last minute for an extra dash of color. I sometimes wear this dress as a tunic with leggings, but for posting purposes I wanted to do something a little dressier and more eclectic, so I went with my hunter green tights and black speckled knee socks instead. And of course, the pork pie hat had to top it all off, what with the title of the post and everything (also, it just looks rad with the whole ensemble. I've been super into the 70's/80's punk vibe with my style lately).
Anyway, that's it for today! I hope you are enjoying the weekend, wherever you are. Thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to read my ramblings, it really does mean everything to me!
Love to you all. =^.^=
Babydoll tunic/dress: Ebay
Pork Pie Hat: Berkeley Hat Compay
Creepers: Thrifted, but made by T.U.K.
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