When I wore this, one of my brothers saw me and called me a schoolmarm (school teacher from the 1800s). It does make slight sense considering I homeschool my older son. I love it though. I did fashion this vintage outfit to look much older than what it was on purpose. I know I made an entry yesterday, but I won’t be posting again until Saturday or Sunday. 😉

Outfit details
Vintage Skirt and Vest: c/o Lola Vintage (giveaway win through Calivintage) – 25% off sale there now with code “morecolorplease”
blouse: former shop of Starr Crow
Oxfords: Lulu*s
Cameo Pin – My Great-Grandmother’s
Flower hairclip: Lila-Jo

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  1. It's funny-even before i read the blog, i saw the pictures of you in that outfit, and thought that all you need is a couple textbooks tied together and a ruler to spank naughty children, and you could be a vintage schoolteacher!

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About Victoria / Justice Pirate

Victoria. Anabaptist, Wife of Rob, Mom of two boys, minimalist, quilt maker, Resources Adviser/Social Media Manager for anti-human trafficking awareness organization Justice Network (justice-network.org).

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1800s fashion, 60s vintage, 70s, Justice Pirate, outfit, skirt, vest, Victoria, vintage 70s

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