Country Mile

I spent the weekend in Fellsmere, with horses, goats, cows, dogs, and my panda friend Jeremy. Though the manatees were absent, we spent Saturday at the beach, where I got a lovely farmer’s tan. Sunday involved Jeremy riding a four wheeler for the first time, me riding Cocoa, and then swimming on Shawn, who bucked me off in the water. By the time we were ready to leave, I was soaking wet and covered in mud, with Cocoa’s shedding winter coat all over my jeans.

In other words: I had an amazing weekend. How did you spend your weekend?

Outfit Details:
vintage skirt as a dress
ruffled cardigan – Beacon’s Closet
vintage belt – Hourglass Consignment (mom’s store)
shoes – Urban Outfitters
hammered cuff – courtesy of Lucky Mag and Ann Taylor Loft

Love love,
Keiko Lynn

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  1. Love this dress, the colour is really pretty on you πŸ™‚ Your weekend sounds like fun πŸ™‚ Mine was spent at the beach with my friends, eating way too much chocolate and enjoying my new tea set.

  2. Glad you had a fun weekend! I was just about to say that your dress looks like it could be doubled as a skirt, but then I read the outfit details. Is it possible to be observant but not a careful reader at the same time? Jeez.

  3. I love the skirt/dress. The belt is really awesome. πŸ˜€
    Your weekend sounds way better than mine, but I'm headed to the Bay Area this weekend, so hopefully things'll look up a little! πŸ˜€

  4. i love your outfit and you're really pretty! spent my weekend with two of my best buddies. one i havent seen for about two months. love it.

  5. I love the color of your dress, it makes you even more sweet than you usually are!
    And your friend Jeremy looks like Jude Law on the last photo πŸ˜€

  6. Your Easter weekend sounds wonderful! And the bright blue skirt as dress! When I was in Shanghai one summer as a kid, my grandfather paid for my cousin and I to take a little pony ride in this ring and my pony bucked my cousin off and she flew right into my grandfather's arms, thankfully! A few years later, I was on this other group horse riding trail and my horse became incredibly frisky with the horse in front of me and tried to buck me off, I think so he could try to get it on with this female horse in front of me. Then I read this book about the elephant man and how the mother of the elephant man fell down at the circus when she was pregnant and an elephant nearly trampled her and that was why her son was misshapen and after that, I was convinced I was going to give birth to the next horse man. We shall see…

    On a less silly horse note–my deepest condolences for your recent losses. I understand how difficult it must be, but it's wonderful that you are filling your weekends with happy things!

    xo Jenny