Short Way Home

 I know it's been awhile since I did an outfit post, but my week has been quite busy. I shot a wedding last weekend and I've worked the rest of the week. Finding time to shoot is hard sometimes. But I particularly liked this outfit, so I couldn't not make time for it.

 To no surprise, most of said outfit is thrifted, save the necklace and shoes. I found this top at the Gig Harbor Goodwill this week, and I thought it would be a perfect transition piece that I could wear as is now and under sweaters in the fall.
 The shorts are jeans that my sister and I cut off, and they're actually quite fabulous. It just goes to show you that you don't need to spend $50 on distressed denim shorts when you have a thrift store, a pair of scissors, and a razor.
 My necklace is 14th and Union, from Nordstrom Rack. I needed a necklace that would go with absolutely everything, and that had an industrial feel - I think this hits the marks.
My bracelets are also from Nordstrom Rack, except for the blue one, which my manager got in Cancun last month when she went for a manager's retreat. She's the best boss.
 I can't tell you how much I love this bag. I got it from Red Light in the U District in Seattle two years ago. It was actually the time when I ran into Macklemore at Red Light. So you can see that this bag has good memories. It's sturdy and the strap is the perfect length.
 I wish you could see what I was laughing at. Jude is the funniest kid.
Top: Thrifted // Shorts: Thrifted + Upcycled // Shoes: Charlotte Russe // Necklace: 14th and Union // Bracelets: Nordstrom Rack // Bag: Thrifted vintage // Lipstick: Mac Sounds Like Noise

The song for this post is a Builders and the Butchers song, which actually fits perfectly with the weird unintentional farm theme. 

I have a couple exciting things coming up, so stay tuned!

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