Eighty Degree Fashion

It's supposed to get up to 80 degrees today.  I've not made the switch-over from winter to spring in my closet yet, but this dress was lying in a stack in my laundry room from who knows when.

I had purchased a strip of cloth at a thrift store a while ago because it reminded me of the month I spent in Burkina Faso, West Africa.  I decided to wrap it around my waist and belt it to break up some of the vast amount of orange in the dress.  I'm looking a little tropical and don't know if I'll wear it out the front door.

I'm trying to include more elements in my outfit. and this was an attempt!  Belt, necklace, wrap, and sleeveless long dress...

I COULD wear this shirt/jacket over the dress...


  1. There is such a shade in the pic that I can't see the belt. Darn it! I do like the ornage though.

    It's back to 63 degrees for a high here in the Arizona desert. I am so not ready for the summer heat.

  2. Hi there-wow, the tribal piece works brilliantly into your outfit, such a good look and really on trend too! Have a lovely Easter my dear!

  3. Hi Rebecca...I had no idea you spent time in Africa. What were you doing there? Sounds fascinating. Love the outfit. Very colorful. Sincerely, Susan

  4. I clicked on the pics. and loved the colors, you wear it well. Enjoy.

  5. Thank you so much for your kind message welcoming me back!

    The colors in that wrap and dress are so beautiful and brilliant! I agree with Susan - I'd love to know more about what you did in Africa.

    I'm majorly envious of your nice weather. We had terrible rain this week!


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