Velvet is warm, cozy and perfect for fall/winter.
Leather is sleek, sexy and timeless.
Combine the two and it’s a no brainer.
Velvet And Leather The Perfect Mates
Everything is thrifted except the boots which I bought at TJ Maxx. I had them altered at my shoe cobbler. They were thigh high and I had them shortened to just below the knee and taken in with the hopes that they will stay tight on my legs. They are still a bit baggy around the ankles due to the placement of the zipper which is disappointing. I’m hoping these will be in heavy rotation as they are neutral and basically skin tone. I’m not sure how they will hold up when the snow comes though.
I haven’t decided if I will keep the skirt or not yet. I really like the shape and colour. It looks fine with boots but once again it is hitting me at the thickest part of my man-cows (massive calves) which makes my legs appear even larger.
Here I am doing my very best to stop the snow from coming.
Wish me luck.
And here I am dreaming about being on a warm beach instead.
My husband just FaceTimed me from the beach just outside of Melbourne.
Seriously! It is 30 C and sunny with lovely clear waters and cute, colourful little beach huts.
Beam me up Scotty!
I suppose that should be, “Beam me down Scotty”.
I love the beach and would like to visit the hubby but I hate the 24 hour plane ride and the pug needs someone to
love feed her.
I’m sharing a couple of photos of a vintage dress that I sold yesterday about a minute after I showed the photo on my Instagram.
I can always tell when I really love a piece because my photos turn out better. Otherwise I can look uncomfortable or bitchy.
To be perfectly honest I wasn’t sure I wanted to give up this lovely maxi dress. It goes so well with my sock booties!
Ah well…I can’t keep them all!
What is the point of having my Vintage by Suzanne store if I just keep it all for myself?
Then I’d be considered a hoarder.
And we all know I’m not a hoarder.
Ten bucks if you answer that last question correctly. Put it on my tab.