horse print dress

This weekend was good for so many reasons:

It was a friend filled weekend that came at the perfect time. I feel so lucky for the friends I have (even though so many are far away!!) and their support and encouragement with new adventures in my life. And for just being a fun break from the constant “What am I doing with my life??” that’s in my brain :)

tumbleweeds pee wee glasses

horse dress- Nordstrom Last Chance
shoes- Ruche
belt- thrifted
sunglasses- Tumbleweeds
These were a birthday gift from Brian (after I kept not-so-subtly dropping hints!) and I want so many more- hello, cateyes!
record bag- gift from my bestie- one of those aforementioned far-away friends…boo :(

horse print dress

tumbleweeds pee wee glasses

What did you do this weekend?

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15 Responses to galloping…

  1. carly says:

    Hey miss, you look super cute in this outfit! I love that dress on you, the shoes are amaaaazing and so is that bag – how fun! Glad you had an awesome weekend too :)

  2. Amanda A says:

    Gah! You are so cute, I can’t even stand it! And, I want that horse dress! Good job from Brian on the glasses — rad! :) Sounds like an amazing weekend darlin!

  3. Miki says:

    What a great weekend you had, Lisa! ;D And what an adorable outfit! I am drooling over it, haha.

    Hope you have a great week! ;D

  4. Amy says:

    This is GLORIOUS. Bet outfit probably ever. I mean it.

  5. That horse print dress is AMAZING!! Ahh I love it so much! I went dancing this weekend too! :)

    xx Adrian

  6. Kat says:

    Love the dress and bag! I saw a tutorial on making a record bag that I want to try a little while ago. I think I need to hit up the op shop for some records.

  7. jenna says:

    Um…I can’t get enough of this outfit on you! That belt is PERFECTION with the dress! And those shoes! Loving it…head to toe. Also…your Easter brunch sounds pretty fabulous and I’m so glad you got to see Hunger Games! : )

    My Easter consisted of an early morning run to dunkin donuts for coffee and of course donuts. Then…lots and lots of being lazy. : )

  8. Marisa says:

    Sounds like a perfect weekend! – Your traditional Easter brunch sounds scrumptious. I am just dying over this whole outfit. That record bag is adorable to say the very least as well as the horse dress…and I just got those shoes too!

    My weekend was all spent with family out of town with the traditional Easter dinner:) Have a good week lady! xx Marisa

  9. Barnicles says:

    what style! and infront of a blue wall too. you are making me totally jealous bout those shoes.

    that dress is amazing too, but what i came to say is I have friends that live a long distance away, and between people being really busy it gets hard so the little moments are special :)


  10. Sarah says:

    Love that dress on you – ponies for the win!

  11. Cosmia says:

    What a pretty dress! It must be sunny where you are! I can’t even remember what I did this weekend, that means it was relaxing ;)

  12. THAT BELT! seriously THE perfect touch for this outfit, you look so cute. love the shades & love that you supported their awesome shop! I should put that one my bday wishlist. glad u got to enjoy life w/ friends!

  13. Evon Hart says:

    Love, love, love that bag! And the patio furniture, and the pyrex! Nice scores, Lisa. I like reading your posts – you know how to live, my friend! Also, the blog itself looks really good design-wise, so BRAVO on that as well!

  14. Bekuh says:

    I L-O-V-E this dress and both ways you styled it were fantastic (i.e. I found this post from a newer one). New to your blog and I’ll be reading from now on. Thanks!

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