I'm really fond of the "mori girl" aesthetic, although I prefer to call it "mori lady" in my case, since I am not one of the ubiquitous 20 year old fashionistas. "Mori" means "forest" in Japanese, and its a Japanese street style that relies on layering, earthy colors and forest themes---as if you live in a little cottage in the woods. And drink a lot of tea and read a lot of books :) There are many variations on the style, but they all seem to rely on loose-fitting clothes and a layered effect.
|vintage suede ankle boots|
|pumpkin print dress!|
I'm holding this lovely vintage photo album in the first picture, a piece that I rescued from a dumpster. Complete with vintage photos. Hard to believe what people throw away!
1970s pumpkin print dress, Etsy
70s suede Canadian ankle boots, Goodwill
Beige fishnet tights, Target
Chenille wrist warmers, Etsy
80s Gap Book Bag, Goodwill
40s photo album dumpster score!
Linking up with Shoe Shine over at The Citizen Rosebud.