Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Embroidered Top















Embroidered Top - Manhattan Vintage Show Find from Davis Tisdale


You know that feeling when you've been on the hunt for something for ages and finally find it?? Well, I was over the moon when I found this embroidered top from one of my fav vintage selling babes, Elizabeth from Davis Tisdale (@davistisdalevintage) at this past April's Manhattan Vintage Show. AND go check out and follow Davis Tisdale because her collections are truly out of this world! I've been into embroidered and peasant tops since last summer. They just scream summer time and give me the perfect boho feels. I had come across some pretty awesome ones on Etsy but hadn't managed to scoop one up before it sold. I tend to take too long to ponder what's in my Etsy cart for some reason. Hehe.


But how cute is this top?? I LOVE the colors and floral pattern so much. And it has pockets at the front that you can't see because I'm the tuck in queen. Lol!  But, man, I plan on wearing this top all summer long. I wore this sweet top with my cropped Gap jeans scored from Coast to Coast Vintage (@coasttocoastvintage). Sorry if you've seen me in these jeans like a million times. But they fit so well and are so comfy. They are possibly my best denim find ever. And if you haven't checked out Coast to Coast Vintage yet, go do it right now! Their vintage pieces are what dreams are made of! 

Since I was in the perfect summer mood, I just had to rock this super cute basket bag from Able Shoppe. I'm on the lookout for a pair of red sandals. Until I find some, these perfect red heels from ASOS will have to do! I'd like to think that this outfit just screams summer and I'm right here for it!


Outfit Details: Sunglasses - Beacon's Closet | Blouse - Davis Tisdale | Jeans - Coast to Coast Vintage | Shoes - ASOS  | Bag - Able Shoppe | Neck scarf scored at the 
Manhattan Vintage Show from Farfalla  Vintage | Belt - Scored from Brooklyn Flea  

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