Although I will always love axes femme, since moving away (and not having any stores near me), I have really come to love SM2…the color scheme is beautiful and their clothes so comfy and cute. Both the skirt and top are SM2, the cardigan thrifted ❄️
I didn’t go out like this because the temperatures would never let me, but I got tired of casual summer clothes, so I dressed up for fun. Notice the difference between my “model” face from the previous pictures and my face when I see my precious Madame Bissonnette.
Dress: Thrifted Hat: Anonhat Shoes: Hotter Shoes Gloves: Boutique 1861 Parasol on the first two pictures: Alice and the Pirates Parasol on last picture: Axes Femme Belt and necklace: Offbrand
I found this cute light grey maxi dress in a local thrift store, and paired it with a bonnet I haven’t worn in a million years to create a fun summer-appropriate historical inspired outfit.
Dress: Luomeidisha (thrifted )
Bonnet: Mary Magdalene
Cat and flowers brooch: Handmade (bought at Design Festa, but lost the artist’s card)
“Everything I’m wearing came from a thrift store. The 90’s does 60’s mock neck, beret, Paul Green wing tips, and elastic waste pants. My goal is basically to dress comfortable and timeless, but sometimes I think I end up looking like a cartoon character.I think my style is mostly inspired by older pop music: 60’s girl bands like The Shangri-Las and The Shaggs, French pop, berets, neck scarves, and hand painted portraits. I’m also a sucker for the styles of 80’s-90’s Athens, GA. I visit there often and have quite a reverence for all of the psychedelic weirdo kitsch of the B52s and their successors. It feels like the town sort of exists outside of time and I like that.”