Tag - ZeroUV

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Painted Walls and Floral Prints
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Gold Beads and Multi Floral
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Pilgrimage to the Painted Desert Trading Post

Painted Walls and Floral Prints

LAFashionsnob / Vintage Bill Blass Dress / Houston Fashion Blogger / style post

LAFashionsnob / Vintage Bill Blass Dress / Houston Fashion Blogger / style post

LAFashionsnob / Vintage Bill Blass Dress / Houston Fashion Blogger / style post

LAFashionsnob / Vintage Bill Blass Dress / Houston Fashion Blogger / style post

LAFashionsnob / Vintage Bill Blass Dress / Houston Fashion Blogger / style post

LAFashionsnob / Vintage Bill Blass Dress / Houston Fashion Blogger / style post

LAFashionsnob / Vintage Bill Blass Dress / Houston Fashion Blogger / style post

LAFashionsnob / Vintage Bill Blass Dress / Houston Fashion Blogger / style post

** Images by Sofia Emm. Video by @lulumieses (be sure to also follow her BLOG) **

(Vintage Bill Blass Dress- borrowed from MRS. Couture, Necklaces- thrifted, H by Halston Heels- Bakers, Sunglasses- ZeroUV, Vintage Handbag- thrifted.)

Gold Beads and Multi Floral

Outfit / Vintage Floral Caftan / LAFashionsnob /

Outfit / Vintage Floral Caftan / LAFashionsnob /

Outfit / Vintage Floral Caftan / LAFashionsnob /

Outfit / Vintage Floral Caftan / LAFashionsnob /

Outfit / Vintage Floral Caftan / LAFashionsnob /  macrame handbag

** Images by Sofia Emm **

(Vintage Floral Caftan- Big Bertha’s Paradise, Vintage Beaded Vest- Collected Vintage Closet, Sunglasses- ZeroUV, Vintage Sandals- thrifted, Vintage Necklaces- thrifted, Vintage Macrame Handbag- thrifted.)

Pilgrimage to the Painted Desert Trading Post

(Vintage White Gauze Dress from Refreshed Couture, Vintage Vest-thrifted, Sunglasses from ZeroUV, Vintage Hermes Scarf-thrifted, Vintage Shoes from Top Vintage LLC.)

I opted for a “festival-ish” bohemian look for a quick trip to the Arizona desert. I figured a chic vintage airy dress with a boho vintage vest would be fitting to make a pilgrimage to the “Crown Jewel” of Route 66- The Painted Desert Trading Post. The building is long since been abandoned, but alas on private land. This past weekend provided a rare opportunity for a tour group to travel past the gates, down the now defunct section of the Mother Road and to the hauntingly beautiful building. Huge thanks to Dean Kennedy, Jessica May and another kind gal who took my photo, thus making this post possible.

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