Better late than never, right? It’s been really hard to get outfit photos in lately. I don’t even know why. When my husband is home on the weekends it just seems like our schedule is jam packed and the last thing my hubby wants to do is take pictures…haha. But he does it anyway because he loves me. I was also experimenting with shooting in the RAW setting. It didn’t work out so well for me and made it really difficult to edit my photos. And for some reason they have these weird black lines around the outside. If anyone has suggestions for shooting in RAW I’d love to hear them!
Anyway, back to the outfit! I’ve been wanting a white lacy dress for awhile now. I just could never find the right one. I had been thinking I wanted a shift dress with sleeves. But then I saw this one at H&M. I like it because it has a fitted waist with a slightly flared skirt. I just feel like that style is always more flattering. And I really liked the pattern of the lace. It reminds me of this Anthropologie dress. So my search is over, for now. I still do like the idea of a lacy dress with sleeves but I know this dress will be great for summer.
And speaking of gorgeous dresses – Dalena Vintage has some amazing vintage dresses! Here’s more information about this cute Etsy shop!
Founded in 2008, Dalena Vintage was born of an ongoing love affair between one girl and her adoration of vintage clothing. Each piece is hand-selected for it’s beauty, purity and quality. The result is a collection of dreamy vintage in which girls can lose themselves.
Leslie Torbett is the all-around gal at Dalena Vintage, co-owner of BelovedVintage Bridal and an independent stylist. Based in Austin, Leslie spends her days processing the vintage treasures she finds exploring the nooks and crannies of Texas. Her finds range from romantic Edwardian wedding gowns to mod mini dresses; taking note of everything in between and carefully curating along the way.
Leslie recently quit her full-time job to run DalenaVintage full-time! “I’m approaching three months in and I’m grateful everyday! I was selling mostly dresses and hats from the 1900s through the 1960s. But as I expand, you can expect to see more jewelery, separates and lingerie.”
**Oh, and I promise that giveaway I mentioned on Friday is coming tomorrow!**
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