|Trench Coat Viktor & Rolf for H&M | Blue Shift Dress and Sunglasses Diane Von Furstenberg | Ulltra Nude Heels Steve Madden | Gold Necklace Forever 21|
Here is the outfit that I wore to the SF Fashion Tech Week Panel on Tuesday. I wanted to look polished for the event in the city and was excited that it was going to be sunny throughout the day. I debuted my new DVF sunglasses and felt like Jackie O with these over-sized shades. Adding the trench coat and shift dress was a no-brainer. I've worn this shift dress before here with a pink blazer and silver heels, but wanted a more neutral look. It is a very versatile piece as you can see from this post. I love that the dress is by DVF and purchased from an outlet store and it is mixed with this Viktor & Rolf trench coat I thrifted at a local Goodwill. It fits slightly big and could be remedied with a belt and some alterations, but I might be passing it on to my mom because she is taller and would appreciate this amazing coat.
This week was very hectic, like I mentioned in my last post, but I wanted to make sure I shared this outfit before the start of the new work week. I also did not take any outfit photos today despite going to the Alameda Antique Fair. This flea market only occurs the first Sunday of every month and I have shared a couple of photos on Instagram. I love visiting estate sales and flea markets because it is almost like visiting a museum. Items can tell stories and it is even better when you can take that piece of history home with you. Make sure to follow me on Instagram @brandysaldana to see more of the items I purchased and some things that I liked. I purchased 2 necklaces and right before I left the fair I found a vintage 1950's rolling cart. It was the right size for a corner in my kitchen and I had been looking for some type of cart to place a couple of bottles of liquor and other items in the kitchen. I finished setting it up late, so I will try to post a photo on Instagram soon. I love when I find something that fits into my home/lifestyle so seamlessly. It was meant to be!
Hope you had a fabulous weekend like mine and thanks for reading!