Monday, September 12, 2011

Turkish Peasant

I’ve been searching for a blouse like this in the thrift stores, but have come up empty handed. I’ve borrowed this version from my friend, Colette. I believe it’s a souvenir from somewhere in Eastern Europe. I’m wearing it for all of my 2,550 friends in Turkey, who inexplicably visited my blog on August 3rd.


Blouse, borrowed. Skirt, Talbot’s (thrifted). Bag, D&G (knock-off and thrifted). Shoes, thrifted. Earrings, Aldo. Cuff, Target.

I thought they were checking out my Gypsy Woman post, but that didn’t go up until a few days later.


People of Turkey, welcome to my blog (and my new lenses*)



*Wide angle AND a fisheye!


Photos by Beefy Muchacho

12 comments:

Catherine @ Not Dressed As Lamb said...

OMG loving the colour combination - the red and blue work so well on your top. And the bag is devine - love the studs and the tassel. I have similar hair colour to you, think I might try wearing blue and red too...!

Sarah said...

I'm loving the combination here; it feels like a wonderful mix between business chic (pencil skirt and medium heels) and Bohemian (the shirt), and the colours are wonderfully classic.
While they're not exactly similar, I know the forever 21 is selling some flow-y embroidered shirts; if you've got time you might want to check them out.

Cindy said...

Love that top! It looks like it's from Mexico to me.

Lalalala Jess said...

perfect outfit is perfect ^^

Allison said...

You are hilarious.

Celynne said...

Such a pretty blouse! Lucky you get to borrow it. And the glasses are great. Really wonderful outfit.

Anonymous said...

Google: Modifications for Weather
or weather modification and you will
understand your Turkish visitors.

Weather wars are upon us.
Of course, you'll be dressed appropriately for anything.

Sarah #2 said...

that is hilarious lol...I wonder why so many Turkish visitors all on the same day? Anyway i love this blouse!

WendyB said...

Awesome sunglasses!

The Tote Trove said...

Feminine and charmingly ethnic (I hope that didn't sound un-PC; I meant it in a good way!.)

Anonymous said...

I'm thrilled to see that you're wearing something from Turkey. Wonderful color combo. I love it.
Nihan from İstanbul Turkey

Lonestarcasie said...

So cute. I am a superfan of a blue/red combo. Wonderwoman really knew what she was doing!

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