I have not purchased a blazer in almost over a decade, but I thought it might come in handy in the future. I found this blazer at Target since I like to shop there a lot, and it turned out to fit quite well. What I appreciate about this blazer and skirt set the most is that both can be washed since I refuse to buy things I have to dry clean. Not only do you save money washing your clothes at home, but you also avoid exposing yourself to harsh chemical involved with dry cleaning.
A video of me showing that the blazer look like in motion. I wore it with a black shell turtleneck and my heart necklace.
This shamrock bag has a reprint of artwork I created with crayons and a marker. It is a useful bag for carrying groceries or school books. This bag is also the perfect accessory for people would rather carry a vibrant bag rather than a purse.
I have been thinking about literature regarding World War II in the Pacific as of late working on the family tree and thinking about my grandpa serving in the there, so I decided to showcase this Tales of the South Pacific inspired ensemble. My favorite James Michener novel happens to be this one filled with short stories that hold a great amount of truth, even to this day. These stories were not all about war, but also what happens to people when they fall in love with the wrong person, and the loneliness of being from isolated from family and friends. Or what if you have family members that are jealous when you find true love.
It was not intentional to post a dress with this theme, but after I purchased the dress on discount from Target, my friend mentioned it looked like a World War II era dress. I think the sleeves and top half of the dress certainly do, but it is a little short in the back. I am going to wear it with shorts underneath for this reason, but with the hat, this look all seemed to come together.
I used a tripod to take photos of myself wearing the 1940s inspired dress with the sunhat, which is a new favorite piece.