Daffodils and a Sweet Vintage Shift Dress

I love love love this dress! It's been quite a while since I've worn it since it was sadly laying in my dry cleaning pile, but I took it recently to be cleaned and couldn't help but wear it the very next day. I picked up this sweet little 60's shift dress up at a garage sale in Eugene about seven years ago! I love the sheer lacy sleeves and the sweet daisy print.

I have the urge to get back to some serious thrifting this spring and summer. I have scored some really cool things in the past...and also, regretfully, let go of some finds over the years. I really enjoy thrifting, but for some reason I kind of let it go recently. I think it's the crappy weather...who really wants to go to garage and estate sales when it's still snowing? Things are looking up though for my wardrobe and thrifting prospects as I see 70 degree days in the near future!

Here is one truth about me: I love shoes, but I am not very good at keeping them pretty. I try and I try to not wear my shoes out, but eventually, and sooner rather than later, they are worn or have stains. I am so bad at it. I love these Seychelles heeled oxfords and I am trying really hard to keep them looking the way they do now. If any of you ladies have any helpful tips for me on keeping shoes looking new I would really appreciate it!

Outfit Details 

60's vintage lace shift dress, thrifted

Sweater, AEO

Coat, Tulle via

Modcloth

Belt, thrifted

Tights, Anthropologie

Necklace,

Rock n'Rose Vintage

Shoes,

Seychelles

via DSW