Keepers Vintage


I have to start this post off with a huge thank you to Erica at Keepers Vintage.  Her boutique has a great range of vintage pieces at pocket friendly prices. I tried on this little velvet number and was instantly obsessed.

Head to toe, I love how this look turned out. So let's break it down, top to bottom.


Ponytails are one of the easiest hair styles to do. Plus there are a million ways to do them. I did a simple high pony. Wrapping a braid around the hair tie is an easy way to make a casual hair style look more formal. If your hair isn't long enough, use some Kanekalon braiding hair for your braid, girl! No shame.


Earrings! I livee for a good statement earring. This tassel pair was a no-brainier when I saw them in the store. They were way too cute to leave behind.


Now on to the dress. It's hard to tell from the photos, but this dress is black with hints of burgundy. I love the lace detail and high neck. The full bell skirt made me feel like a doll.


I added some gold jewelry (duh) and accented the dress' burgundy undertone with some twisted burgundy bracelets.


These velvet block heels were comfortable and the perfect match. I like wearing block heels because they're cute and functional. 


Well, that's the full breakdown of this look! If you live in Baltimore you can find keepers vintage on 245 W Read Street. 

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At the top of November, Keepers Vintage will relocate just a few stores down to 229 W Read Street.



Earrings: H&M

Bracelets: Charlotte Russe

Dress: Keepers Vintage

Shoes: Bamboo 

Photography: Thanks, Mom!