Thursday, June 30, 2011

Chevron City

Blazer and pumps, Banana Republic. Skirt, vintage.

As I may have previously boasted, I snagged this chevron rainbow skirt for only five dollars. If you think that's impressive, check this out: a dandy from Bill Cunningham New York made a jacket out of his sofa, and pants out of his ottoman. I can't compete with that! But I reserve the right to laugh uncontrollably during that scene on a flight to Toronto (Air Canada has some sweet selections under Avant-garde). If you haven't seen it yet, you're missing out on some classic ottoman humor.  


Judy C said...

That skirt is great and you've styled it well. I think it would look great with other colors too.

Steph B. said...

I hadn't heard of the movie, but now I'm really curious about it.

Love the skirt -- reminds me of Zebra Stripe gum from childhood. In the best way, of course :) Great vintage find!

Amber Blue Bird said...

thats such a pretty skirt, the colors are superb. I do love ottoman humor so I might need to check this film out.

TheDayleigh said...

Love that candy-striped skirt - great find and style! :)

Anonymous said...

Chevron has to be the new summer print. I'm missing out so I may need to borrow that skirt.

You look great and I love/need the white blazer you paired with it!

Natasha said...

LOVE that skirt! The stripes and colours are brilliant...such a great thrift find!

Natasha ~ Required2BeInspired