When I found out I was getting a ride this morning, first thing I thought was ‘sweet, I can wear my new vintage leather skirt!!!’ As you know I’m a biker, and a very creative biker I might add. I’m especially creative when it comes to biking to work in a dress, skirt, and heels on – there’s a method to it! (I’ll blog about that soon) But, this particular leather skirt is literally skin tight and has no slit – so uhhhh, yeah, me biking in this would have been a little problematic. And if you’re wondering how I can get away with wearing a red leather skirt to work – well, I work at a Museum! :) Lots of creative expression there.
To continue with my dress challenge for the month, I did a second outfit for the evening. I changed into a lovely vintage mint green dress and modernized it with my leather jacket, boots, and some fun green eye shadow.
Vintage cashmere sweater, free from yet another wonderful co-worker at the Museum!
Vintage leather skirt, Deseret Industries thrift store, $12
Vintage red necklace from my momma, she got it in the 70’s
Ninewest heels, Goodwill, $25
Yaya leather jacket, Freestyle Clothing thrift store, $18
Vintage dress, free at a clothing swap
Vintage necklace, Sacramento Antique Faire, .50 cents
Ninewest leather boots, Freestyle Clothing thrift store, $28