I had seen signs for the Edinboro Historical Society's Blueberry Social all over town, and I knew as soon as I laid eyes upon the first sign that I would be in attendance. This Sunday, after church, my mom and I stopped by the Doucette House (pictured here buried in snow) to get a tour and enjoy a delicious blueberry cobbler. I'll share the pictures of the Doucette House with you tomorrow, but today I thought I'd just focus on my outfit.
This dress is my first 1960's dress that I own, and I am absolutely smitten! It's made of a lightweight, breezy fabric, which was perfect since it was in the high 80's and humid as we were touring an 150 year old house that obviously was not air conditioned. I love the collar of the dress and the accordion pleats, but I think that my favorite details are the buttons up the back. To cinch the waist, I added a belt that I picked up for a few bucks at the mall from Papaya. I purchased this adorable piece from the lovely Maria of Custard Heart Vintage, and I would definitely recommend her Etsy shop. My dress came in pristine condition, the shipping was very quick, and it was packaged very nicely. If you hurry over to her shop, she's having a sale through tomorrow of 20% off everything!
Photos by mom.
Dress: Custard Heart Vintage
Vintage Dooney & Burke: Gift from Dan
Tan wedge heels: Liz Claiborne