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I don’t normally do outfit posts, unless I’m showing off a new outfit or something.
However, when out and about antiquing a little while back I came across a picture worthy setting that I couldn’t pass up on.
Coca-Cola on Route 66
If you’ve ever done some searching on Route 66 in Oklahoma, you may have spotted a photo of a painted Coca-Cola ad on the side of a brick building.
I came across this sign on a day trip to Sapulpa, Oklahoma. It’s in the alley on the side of a building which just happens to be Dewey Street Market Antique Mall.
Nautical Top and Capris
I couldn’t help but take a moment to take some shots of the sign and pose for the camera.
My outfit consisted of a lovely sailor inspired nautical top which I bought sometime last year at my favorite online retailer, Modcloth.
I believe I got the top at one of Modcloth’s awesome clearance sales, which by the way they are having one right now until Friday.
This particular top is no longer available, but they have a great selection of other nautical themed outfits.
Along with this top I wore a comfy pair of denim stretch capris. I wore my favorite striped flats the brand is deluxe comfort shoes and I got them at Payless Shoes last summer. They are a great pair of shoes for running around town in the summer.
Finally I just want to make mention of my lovely new bracelets. I always love all the vintage gals wearing their bakelite bracelets.
Due to my previous issues with carpal tunnel wearing bracelets was kind of a pain. However, since then I’ve had electrical stimulation treatment and my carpal tunnel doesn’t bother me like it used to.
So, when I saw these bracelets for a dollar at local antique shop, I couldn’t resist. I know they are not bakelite, but I just wanted to try out wearing bracelets again. The good news is I wore them all day and they didn’t bother me, plus looked great too.