Something about the cut of the sleeve, and the shapeless way it fits across the chest manages to enhance what I've got-but not in a nice way. The skirt has terrible pleats at the top, and useless pockets at the side that just bunch-up adding several inches to my waist. If I'm going to add inches to my waist, I can do that with ice cream-I don't need Pendelton to do it for me. This is a newer Pendelton, and boy does it show. The older clothes were tailored to avoid wonky pockets and floppy sleeves. I paid $3.99 for it, but if I'd bought it retail for upwards of $100.00 I'd be angry.
But let's not dwell on poorly constructed clothing (ahem, that's you new Pendelton made in China) rather let's have a look at the real star of today's trip to the woods...
...no, not him though he's clearly a star in his own right. I'm talking about someone with more feathers...
Pendelton shirt and skirt-Thrifted
Red belt-Thrift World
Red shoes-Thrift World
Hair Flowers-Tif and Tam
Bangles-assorted thrift stores