Ignore for the moment that the dress is five sizes too large, and admire the great print.
(I like how I'm being photobombed by my kid).
We skipped the "Owl thing" because the weather turned bad, and I didn't want to be far from home. Instead, we happened by a bookstore where I noticed this...
1970's dress set by Amy Addams-Thrift World .99 cents
Green Coro Necklace-Imaginarium, Omaha
Blue Stranded beads-thrifted Goodwill
Green shoes from hell-Charlotte Russe, Thrifted Goodwill
Crystal and pearl 50's earrings-Thrift America .99 cents
Bangles-thrifted all over
I don't feel this dress is worth the work it would take to make it fit properly, so it will likely move along to someone that can wear it better. That's the great thing about vintage clothing-someone will be thrilled to have it.
Last evening we watched Harold and Maude. Danny liked it, though he was irritated with the ending, but he is only nine. Tonight we're watching, Some Like it Hot.