Target Asymmetrical Ruffle Dress (similar here, here, and here)
Boutique 9 Great Crossing/Gilla Sandals (similar here and here)
Amanda Gary leather bag (buzz her for a one of a kind piece!)
This is what I wore on Thursday night to wander Downtown Disney. After a long car ride, neither Markus nor I were in the mood to go wait in long lines outside. So we skipped the parks and headed to Downtown Disney for dinner and some shopping.
I like to think of this as my cha-cha dress. The stripes are just like Fruit Stripe gum, but the feel is very fiesta. I love it especially paired with tan leather accessories. It was just the right amount of casual and (temperature!) cool for a relaxed evening of tourist sightseeing.
And for anyone curious about my bag, it is a handmade piece by a local designer named Amanda Gary. (Check out her website for more photos of her gorgeous bags!) I love its organic shape and the buttery leather--I am definitely a leathah kind of girl. I suppose also a handbag kind of girl, while we're at it...
Back to my amazing bag. The best part is the little front zipper. Amanda designed it so that the contents of your purse are not accessible by a third party from the back, but the zipper in the front is perfectly placed so that you can just unzip and easily grab your keys, wallet, or phone.
For those of you lovies waiting for vacation photos, I'll be sure to post them tomorrow. One thing I learned on this trip, is that while snapping photos of interesting and exciting times is really fun, lugging my camera and super protecty camera bag is not. Any photog bloggers out there with advice or better solutions? I'm still nursing the rash I got from the strap of my camera bag.