Thrifted (and edited) Chico's onesie, Victoria's Secret shirt, Dolce Vita boots, vintage cardigan, Leifsdottir bag

Kinda lookin' like PJs, but I'm on winter break so I'm going with it.

I'm obsessed with this newly acquired onesie. It has this nice industrial look to it with it being made out of canvas and all, but it also beckoned to be modified into something cooler. I found it in a thrift store all the way out in West Seneca, NY, and I knew it had potential even though it had an awkward pant leg that hit mid-calf. All it took was a bit of cropping, nothing too exciting, but I love how it turned out and I now I'm going to reach for it constantly once nicer weather rolls around a million months from now. In the near future though, I see it with tights and my Cheap Monday platforms.

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  1. I LIKE it! nice outfit :)


  2. really love this jumper!


  3. I'm pretty sure you're the only one who can pull this off. You look so good!!

    <3 Melissa

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