floral, stripes, and polka dots…


vintage flower shorts

This week we’ve had some perfectly spring temperatures and I’ve been taking some time to sit outside and read, with my new homework-free freedom. Right now I’m reading Jen Kirkman’s new book- I Can Barely Take Care of Myself.


I got these shorts last summer at my favorite vintage shop back home in Eugene. This store wasn’t around back when I used to live there, which was probably a good thing for my tight, student budget, but it is a must-stop every time I’m home for a visit. Speaking of which, we are heading up to Oregon for a visit next week and I’m sure I’ll have to pop in for some shopping.



shorts: Oak Street Vintage
top and scarf: thrifted
shoes and necklace: F21
chair: shifted


What are you reading these days? I could use some suggestions!

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8 Responses to floral, stripes, and polka dots…

  1. jess lonett says:

    i think i’m going to have to read that book too! it sounds pretty fantastic. i once had my pet cactus die which is about all the responsibility, or maybe even too much, other than myself i can handle :-)

  2. Vanessa says:

    Very cute! I am loving those shoes!

  3. Salvaged Strawberry says:

    Laying-in-the-grass days have finally arrived here in MN! And I can’t wait. :) I love these shorts on you! I bought my first pair of short-shorts this year – I usually do not wear shorts, but I am going to be more adventurous this year. Gramma! :)

  4. Becky Bedbug says:

    These are the cutest shoes!


  5. Sammi says:

    I looove those polka dotted shoes, and those floral shorts are so pretty!

    xox Sammi

  6. Dus says:

    Those floral shorts are amazing Lisa! I love the 50s cut w/ no front zipper & the shot w/ the necklace is great. How fun we both took pics in floral shorts in front of oleanders : )

  7. Jessica says:

    Your shoes are beautiful and you have the prettiest hair.

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