Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Inspired by Film Fashion Event // 1960s {Day 4}

Ah! Today is the fourth day of the TV/Movie Inspired Fashion Event and the theme for today is 1960s. I forgot to pick out my outfit for today last night, since I was so worn out & tired from moving furniture & stuff all day and most of the night -- so my look for today is kinda hurried. Anyhow, I decided to go with a Laura Petrie inspired look from the TV show The Dick Van Dyke Show -- minus the hair (which is a disappoint for me, as I adore her hairstyle) since I didn't plan ahead. I threw on a black pencil skirt, a basic sweater top, and some black pumps -- for a relaxed "Laura" look that looks kinda modern. I changed my outfit this afternoon for something a bit more practical, as my mom & I had to take a bunch of laundry to a Laundromat since our washer is out of order right now.     
What I'm Wearing
Sweater Shirt -- Secondhand
Pencil Skirt -- Made by Me
Pumps -- Famous Footwear
Earrings -- Little Black Bag
You can link up your 1960s inspired outfit below. Remember to link to your outfit post, and not your main blog link. Thanks!


  1. My sister and I love the Dick Van Dyke Show! Your outfit is very Laura Petrie. :) Love it!

  2. Very cute and easy, Ashley! That movie looks so fun, from the picture that you showed. What is it called?
    I'm in love with your pumps!


  3. Very Laura! Super cute, Ashley! I always adored the outfits off the Dick Van Dyke show! She had this one dress that the skirt had separate panels and when she moved, you could see a lighter colored fabric underneath-awesome!
    A Modest Fashion Blog:

  4. Woohoo! Yay for Laura Petri!! Totally grew up on this show and even read the "all the facts about the show" book! Great job capturing a Laure-esque look! Such fun!

  5. love your blog

    check out mine & follow if you like :)


  6. I never saw this movie before, but your outfit looks really cute, and it fits with the movie!
    P.s I'm having a Vintage giveaway on my blog, and everytime I see something vintage I think of you and your like of vintage things!


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