horse dress; volume 2…


I first wore this dress back in April, but I’ve had so much fun remixing it I’ve been guilty of wearing it to many events already this summer. Scarves are my favorite accessory, especially in the summer when it’s too hot for layering.

Today seems like the perfect day to share it again because yesterday we saw wild horses while tubing down the Salt River! We’ve been hoping to see them for years, but yesterday was the first time we got the opportunity. First we saw a group down by the river eating and then a pair crossed the river in front of us. I’ll be honest, it was pretty magical :)

horse print dress
horse print dress back
vintage scarf bow
vintage scarf
horse print dress

dress as a top: Nordstrom Last Chance
skirt & scarf: thrifted
shoes: ebay
ring: F21

Tubing down the river is one of my favorite summer activities, we went for Father’s Day with some family and friends. Today I’m rocking a sunburn that I’m not proud of- I’m an obsessive sunscreen wearer but after five hours on the river, the sun got the best of me!

What did you do this weekend?

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14 Responses to horse dress; volume 2…

  1. Love the idea of tying a scarf around that collar! looks adorable!

  2. Amanda A says:

    Are you freaking kidding me with this post? “Oh you know, I’m just wearing the most amazing horse print dress, ever, and yeah, I saw some horses chilling by a river…” What? <> I am so jealous. Sorry about that sunburn girly. Wish I could lend you my aloe plant for the week. xoxo

  3. Cb says:

    Love this! Totally rocking my world right now! You are my favorite style inspiration blog!

  4. Miki says:

    Awe, I want to see wild horses, too! :P All you can see over here are a lot of cows, bulls, chickens, sheep and goats, hehe.

    Hope you have a great week! :D

  5. This is adorable! Head to to toe. I did a few things this weekend, but none of them had me wearing horsies on my top, so they sort of don’t warrant any attention.

  6. Jessa says:

    I saw wild horses on a beach in Mexico! It really is a magical sight. Welcome to the exclusive We Saw Wild Horses Club.

  7. Jessica B. says:

    I get your blog posts sent to my email, so I never get onto your actual blog (I’m bad and would forget otherwise). But I must say, I love your blog. I love all of the vintage clothes and items that you collect. They remind me of a simpler time and classic/chic. Keep it up girl! :)

  8. Lisa! That scarf adds so much to the outfit! You are so stylish, lady!! Jayare, Damien and I all went to the river for Father’s Day also! We saw a wild horse in the distance, but only one and it was so far away!! I was applying sunblock like crazy on Sunday. I hope your sunburn goes away quickly! :)

    xx Adrian

  9. Yuanting says:

    Loving your outfit!

  10. Megan says:

    Ohhh I love tubing… almost as much as this horse print dress! You look adorable :) Cute blog!

  11. Marisa says:

    Oh my, where to begin! Wild horses running down the river really sounds like a storybook. That I would just love to see – how wonderfully enchanting. And tubing too, now that sounds like the life! I’m not sure which is more charming – the beautiful weekend you had or that darling horse print dress and little red scarf. You have me all kinds of swooning here Lisa!

  12. Cara-Mia says:

    Such a cute dress. I love how you made your scarf into a bow. I may have to borrow that idea. :)

  13. Jessica L says:

    I’m so inspired by this look! I love the bow around the collar and the horse print! -Jessica


  14. Oh yikes, I always avoid the river for that reason… but I’m a notorious party pooper when it comes to sun activities haha.but anyway, love this outfit, the dress is wonderful as a top & i’d never have thought of a scarf as a bow tie like that- perfect!

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