Is it Summer Yet?

Bandeau Two Piece Playsuit by Shareen Again

Fitted Bodice Crop Top Two Piece Playsuit by Shareen Again

Boxy Crop Top Two Piece Playsuit by Shareen Again

I’m absolutely loving these adorable two-piece playsuits designed by the owner of my all-time favorite vintage clothing shop. They’re the kind of outfits that can’t exist in my mind without an accompanying destination and mood. These ones make me think “south of France,” “carefree.”

My only concern is whether I have the guts to go out and about in what is essentially a bra and skirt :) What do you guys think? New summer trend or too … erm … gutsy?

Check out more of Shareen’s custom vintage looks on her blog.

[Photos via Shareen Now]

Vintage Looks for Easter

Gretal Dress in navy chambray by Dear Creatures

Achy braky dress in red by Many Belles Down

Love in watercolors floral dress

It’s just about Easter, which means two things: It’s time for my biannual trip to whatever random church my family has discovered this year – usually one that’s close the beach – and I’m in need of a fabulous dress for the big outing.

I absolutely love vintage looks, especially for Easter. It just seems like one of those holidays that requires a touch of old-school sensibility. Last week, I stumbled on – and purchased — an adorably 60s, white, lace shift dress at a lovely shop in Downtown LA’s Little Tokyo. But still, I can’t help but let my eyes wander to the Indie Era and Basket of Sweets collections on Rouche, an online boutique that’s sure to be my new vintage-look hotspot. It’s everything I love about Anthropology, but affordable.

Would it be too much to have a midday Easter wardrobe change?

{photos via Rouche}