Sunday, November 7, 2010

Motorcycle Chic




Faux Leather Jacket, Shop in Downtown Nashville
1950's Dress, The Hip Zipper
Dolce Vita Boots, Flea Market

I might have mentioned that I have been wanting a cropped motorcycle jacket. Well, last weekend while enjoying an afternoon downtown I spotted this one. I'd had my mind set on a black one, but after trying this on I knew I had to have it! It was the perfect fit and the perfect price. What more could a girl want!?

I hope you all had a lovely weekend! Saturday Jonny and I did some more exploring of Tennessee. Today, we were mostly lazy, though we did take a nice long walk. The weather is so perfect right now! Talk to you soon!

27 comments:

Bethany Kellen said...

that jacket looks lovely on you!

Gracie said...

love this, you look so great!

Dakota C. Walsh said...

I love that jacket!!! It has such a cool silhouette with the pointed waist.

Fabiola "Fab" said...

ooooh love love love! Parfait!
Bisous!

Little Ocean Annie said...

That jacket is a great find! I love it with the dark skirt of the dress. Also, I can't get over how good your hair looks!

Irene said...

:) extremely adorable outfit you've put together. Can't wait to see more posts! You have a lovely blog.

Luchie said...

aaah great jacket!! love your outfit :)

Eve said...

What a cute jacket! I love it with your hair!! Looks great!

marmaladie said...

The prints on that skirt is awesome. :D Cream motorcycle jackets are such a rare find, lucky you! :D It looks so gorgeous on you too!

A Little Brighter said...

I swear I saw a jacket JUST like that in a thrift store last week but it was too stained to come home with me! Love your finds :D you look beautiful!

Ayesha

Carys said...

You're skirt is beautiful, and I'm in love with that jacket, it's such a lovely shape!
From Carys of La Ville Inconnue

casey said...

I love the leather jacket!!! A motorcycle jacket has been on my wishlist for awhile too (that or a bomber-style), but I just haven't found the right one. Plus I'm never sure how it'll look with my more feminine outfits. But you've convinced me! ;)

♥ Casey | blog

MrJeffery said...

love your hair, the jacket and skirt! so good.

Katie said...

cute skirt--i love the print!

Victoria / Justice Pirate said...

how very sweet indeed.

veronika, tick tock vintage. said...

i think the white is so nice! i'd definitely pick that over black. you look adorable.

Annushka said...

You very beautiful))) i love vintage, this blog very interesting!!! Lovely dear.

reckless daughter said...

your pixie is killing me! I like it so much :)

Great outfit as well.

Hep~Kitten said...

I like you jacket and your hair is stunning going to follow your blog right now =)
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Gina said...

Such a cute jacket, Quincy! I love how you transformed a motorcycle jacket into something feminine and pretty with your printed full skirt. I have a similar jacket (vintage vivienne westwood, black cotton, bought it used for a song!) that I love wearing with pretty dresses. Fitted and femininely-cut, it's one of those unexpected (I'm too frilly to be motorcycle-tough) staples of my wardrobe. Also particularly good with a tiny vintage silk scarf tied at the neck.
xoxo,
Gina

Annika said...

this is lovely! that skirts so cute :)

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Claggie said...

Cutie patootie! That's the dress you were wearing when we met! It looks awesome! (that souns so creepy, haha) I'm seriously obsessed with your hair. Are you still happy you chopped it off again? I hope so, because you look great!

MOUSEVOX VINTAGE said...

I love this look on you! Such a nice blend of edgy meets girly, modern mixed with vintage. I'm curious as to where you found such a great jacket downtown, too!

Jessica / Lola Vintage Clothing said...

that coat is too cute! Girly mixed with edgy. love it, Q. x

SMASH said...

Just hear to say your hair looks wonderful :)

xx
MILK TEETHS

Sister in Second-hand Sequins..... said...

It's funny that you posted this. I just attended an opening for the artist Rosson Crow at the Contemporary Art Center in Cincinnati and they invited people to wear their leather jackets. The show was accompanied by some elaborately painted cycles set in the galleries. You are adorable by the way!

http://contemporaryartscenter.org/node/248

MarieBayArea said...

love that style of jacket. looks fabulous on you

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