dress & clutch: vintage, wedges: thrifted
One of my favorite people to spend time with is my mom. In the past few years I occasionally even found myself hanging out with her more than with girlfriends my own age. I felt a little nervous about it, wondering if I was so antisocial that I had to result in hanging out with my mom... But generally these thoughts last only a minute or so and then I remind myself that my mom is actually much more cool than half the people I know. So basically - whatever!
She's working a 9-5 job now, which she had not done most of my childhood, so I unfortunately don't see her around the house as much as I used to. I'm really happy for her though because she's enjoying her job which is great! And we still make time to see each other and hang out like we both enjoy doing. Just this past week on Tuesday I went to go meet her for lunch and chat during her hour long break. My schedule this summer has been nothing but flexible and basically I can do what I want when I want. No, I don't have a job which is a bad thing but also a good thing. And believe me, I'm going to be getting a work's study job come this fall anyway.
I wore this vintage dress to our little lunch date - it is one of the dresses from my great-grandma Sylvia. We've been having obscure chilly days here in Marin and this day was one of them. I was actually quite content with the long sleeves of this 70s frock. My mom believes that my great-grandma wore this dress to my mom's highschool graduation! I wonder if there's a photo from the occasion? Wouldn't it be cool to see the original owner wearing something you've worn? :) xx
currently listening to // Gregory Alan Isakov - February