Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Dipdye Boho

I've always been a huge fan of all thing Boho, and a good, maxi dress is about the most comfortable thing you can throw on when work beckons on the early side. (As in 5:00 AM).
These next two weeks are a non-stop, filming spree, and while it's nice to look put together for set, comfort beats all when you work standing on your feet for 12-15 hours a day. 
So even though I usually reserve biker boots for slim pants and leggings, I'm mashing them with breezy cotton this week.

The mixed weather is allowing me to bring out all my tall boots--(not heel but height). These ones stop just above the knee.
I found this dress on a vintage hunt and took the liberty of dyeing it to remove the original, heathered, blue color. (I'll be showing you more fun with dyeing this week)!
Layering isn't limited to clothes. I like it best with really old silver.
 Amber from Poland, silver from Israel, chains from France.
 Dress: Vintage thrift, Neclaces: the world over, Boots: Steve Madden, Chapeau: Asos

With Love,

Noa B