backwards dress


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dress/brooch: etsy | belt: thrifted | shoes: uo

this is one of my favorite casual vintage dresses.
it is the type of dress where you just throw it on, add a belt, and your good to go. 
this time around i decided to wear the dress backwards. (i know, i am so wild.)

we were done taking photos and were walking to our car from the woods and those beautiful deer were waiting for us. 
(from afar of course) the mother deer had her ears up and we decided it was time to go.


since labor day is coming up i thought i would have a sale in the shop till monday night.. 
20% off with the code: LABORDAY

EDIT: i forgot to add the link of the post from when i wore this dress last..here it is.

39 comments:

  1. oh cuuute! I love deer! I like to wear a lot of my tops and dresses backwards too! some of them look so much better that way:)

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  2. This outfit is so precious! Pink and mint is one of my favorite combinations (and I wish so badly that belt wasn't vintage so I could buy my own! lol)

    And wearing things backwards is awesome! I've been doing it a lot lately and it's so fun (as long as the tag isn't itchy lol)

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  3. How cute are those dear?!
    That's a lovely dress, I would have never thought that you're wearing it backwards, you rebel! Those sandals are adorable as well!

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  4. Such a ladylike outfit. I am in love with your brooch :D

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  5. awww you need to be at a tea party of church lol!! super cute!

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  6. holy moly, what a super cute dress!!!! I love the idea of wearing it backwards too!

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  7. Casual vintage dresses are the best! It seems like they're a little harder to find in good condition too. I love this one, especially the buttons and how you can wear it backward. The teacup pin and your mint belt are also really cute!

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  8. awww i love deer...so lucky you have access to woods near by. your dress is cute and totally doesn't look backwards...as long as it isn't stifling it totally works!

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  9. Your dress is absolutely lovely Gee, it looks so comfortable too! I have been looking for a pattern similar to that to make a not-fully-fitted dress that covers my shoulders for our upcoming summer here, but haven't had any luck so far. xxx

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  10. a beautiful dress! belt is lovely too.

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  11. Love the outfit! That brooch is amazing! I love seeing deer when I am out on my walks!

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  12. i like your cute brooch, and what a good idea wearing something with buttons backwards!

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  13. It looks fantastic on you! I've wanted to try wearing my dresses backwards, but I'm always hesitant to do it because I'm afraid people can figure out that it's backwards and looks wonky. I'll probably have to try soon anyways.

    How awesome that you saw some deer!

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  14. i love the dress backwards! you look amazing
    xx
    hellolyndsey

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  15. I always love a good Etsy sale! Pretty deer.

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  16. very innovative!!! looks gorgeous

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  17. very innovative!!! looks gorgeous

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  18. this is a darling little dress! the color looks very pretty on you.

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  19. I'm a huge fan of plaid and like the muted colors of this dress. The sweet teacup brooch is a nice touch too. Lucky you for seeing these deer in the wild, I only see squirrels & rabbits here in Chicago.

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  20. Its cute that you wore it backwards with the buttons up the front. I love the colors and the belt too!

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  21. Love that soft pink color!! Cuteness. :)

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  22. Only you my friend could wear a dress backwards and still look completely awesome:)

    Wearing It On My Sleeves

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  23. Very pretty! Those buttons marching down the front are sweet. I'd love to compare the front and back of the dress. Can you direct us to a post where you where it the other way around?

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  24. You darling lady, you... I adore your little tea cup brooch! <3

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  25. What a great idea to wear a dress backwards! I would have never even known if you didn't tell us haha. I'll have to see if there are any dresses in my wardrobe I can switch around :)

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  26. Dresses that can be thrown on and with very little ado look amazing are just perfect for the summer months. I'm just heading into spring/summer now (from New Zealand) so love seeing how you and many other vintage loving ladies keep things fresh!

    And the photo of the deer got me all excited, I've never seen one before!

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  27. some dresses just look better backwards though!! I think so anyway. I love this.

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  28. this is one of those perfect summer vintage dresses, so pretty.

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  29. Nice look!

    http://initialed.blogspot.com

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  30. Gorgeous!!!!! Your blog is SO cute. Love the sock monkey.

    Belly B :)

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  31. Such a lady! Love the soft pink color.

    xo,

    Sarah

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  32. wow! those deer! You look amazing too lady. I love all the smiles I am seeing these days
    x

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  33. I love your dress! And you look so happy in all your pictures :)

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  34. Oh Gee, you take my breath away. I adore these photos so much. You look so lovely and like Isla said, I LOVE your smile. Too cute. The dear are also killing it with cuteness, but ultimately you take the cake. Happy Labor Day Weekend.
    XOXO

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  35. I love your outfit, you look so good, the dress is so nice, the color, the length, the shape are perfect, you look so chic and I like your belt and sandals, great combination and also you are very beautiful! Your blog is lovely and I am a new follower! Hope you will like my blog and follow back!

    Pop Culture&Fashion Magic

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  36. This dress is look so sweet and lovely on you :)

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  37. I am so far behind on all of your lovely posts! And this little pink dream dress is absolutly darling. The styling on it is my favorite part. The little details really matter, and the brooch adds a little whimsical flair to the whole look. Love it!

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