What a fun week it has been so far. There has been a ton of juicy Farm Chicks goodies. Today's doesn't lack in style either, please help me in welcoming guest reporter Amber Strehle to Vintage Indie.
Do you remember the first day of school? During my school age years I prepared weeks for the first day of school. Shopped, planned and lastly primped. I’m pretty sure I had my favorite outfit laid out on my bed for days, shoes and all! Now, I know I was not the only (or the last!) girl in the school to do this, I also know that I witnessed maybe thousands of ‘ farm chic’ women do the very same thing last weekend at the Farm Chicks show. It was like the first day of school…Farm Chick style.
While yes there were beautifully designed booths and treasures as far as the eye can see. There were also the shoppers and vendors dressed so cute, so creatively you could not help but to stare, and maybe try not to act too much like a stalker and ask for a picture!
The two cuties from CampRoundUp.com.
Artist in all things rusty, birdy and repurposed, Virgina Shawver. Oh my, her booth was a little bit of bird heaven!
Fun vintage glam from Kansas City Kitty (www.kckitty.com)
Cute and romantic wear from the ladies at Wild Whimsy (www.wildwhimsy.blogspot.com)
Most ladies would agree, an outfit is not complete without the perfect accessory. FC is the place to find the perfect accessory, some vintage, some cute and crafty.
Cowgirl and cowboy wallets from Orange Crush Exports.
More fun stuff from the Wild Whimsy girls! (wildwhimsy.blogspot.com)
The only sad part about the weekend?
I have to wait an entire year to go again..bummer.
Thanks so much Amber for giving us a fashionable look at the Farm Chicks so! That was so much fun.
*Amber loves (just to name a few) Zach, her 4 children, friends, stacks and stacks of books, photography, God, junk, coffee and deep conversation. What she does not love is, dirty toilets, folding laundry and when the person in the Starbucks Drive-Thru does not pull up all the way. You can find her on her personal blog Tres Birds or check out her work at tresbirdsphotography.com.