Hi guys! For today's outfit, I went for a minimal, classic look with pieces I pull from my closet on the regular. Also, please note the matching Gucci scarf headband and bag!
outfit details: Vince Camuto dress [new, $30], Banana Republic heels [new, $20], Gucci scarf/headband [new, gift], Gucci bag [secondhand, hand me down]
I've decided to start linking similar items so that you can see the kind of deals I have found. Click the items above to see the full price.
I love this gorgeous red Vince Camuto dress because I can wear it nearly everywhere. It is just the right length to be professional with a blazer, but with a sassy bag and pair of high heels I can go dancing in Hollywood. *cue sassy red dress dancer emoji* I found this dress at Nordstrom Rack, in the clearance section! As you saw above, a dress similar to this is retailing at $100 at Nordstrom. Total score!
This gorgeous Gucci bag is vintage, and was handed down to me from the most fabulous great aunt. She bought it in Italy during the 80s (it's older than me!), and I cherish this bag with my life.
My headband is actually a scarf, and super versatile! (In this post you can see it tied around my bag.) I had been wanting a silk designer scarf, but couldn't seem to find one secondhand in good condition that I loved. I put it on my birthday wish list, and voila! My mom gave this is to me, and I instantly fell in love with it. As it was a gift, I don't know what she paid for it. But I believe she bought it from a Gucci outlet store. Total fancy find!
These heels are a total wardrobe staple, as they look great with pretty much any outfit. I got a killer deal on these with a Banana Republic sale and my BR credit card reward points. Store credit cards CAN be a great thing, as long as you have a little self restraint and are able to pay the balance every month. (ie don't go cray!)
I would like to give total photo cred to the hubby, what a catch! Thank you for reading everyone, and remember, live fancy!
Live for luxury? No trust fund, no problem!
Join the fancy free journey as we seek the
finer things in life, sans millions.
- Marie Claire, September 2016