Once I put it on though, it was going to be more of a tunic than a dress! It was super cute, however super sheer at the same time.
There were a few spots as well, but with a little color changing, I knew it could become something totally wearable!
I picked out a bottle of dye and got to work!
PS, the above shade isn't the color I actually used. Any thoughts to what I chose?? Check out the new look:
It turned out a pretty sage/seafoam green!!
I actually chose Rit Dye's Dark Green shade, but it turned out this gorgeous shade when I removed it from the washing machine. I loved how the ruffle at the bottom turned out a little darker too.
I wore my vintage Oregon Trail sweater, as I like to call it because it looks like the people on it were trying to caulk the wagon :) (No people were harmed, er died of dysentery, in the taking of this Oregon Trail inspired-photo.
There wasn't any sand, but these enormous rocks right on the beach. I had my fab Naya boots on (they're on sale now too!) to make the rocky trek down to the water.
It was the perfect December day to BBQ with friends at the beach. It was also the perfect day to be silly on the roof.
December on the beach in a light sweater and top? I'll take it :)
We ended the day at magic hour...
...getting to watch the sun set into the Pacific.
New top, same pose. (I really tried to nail the same elbows!!)
Hope you all had a most wonderful weekend!