Styling a vintage dress with sneakers.

Asher from One Turn Kill in Los Angeles wearing vintage dress

Asher from One Turn Kill in Los Angeles wearing Vintage Dress

Asher from One Turn Kill in Los Angeles wearing vintage dress

Asher from One Turn Kill in Los Angeles wearing vintage dress

Asher from One Turn Kill in Los Angeles wearing Vintage Dress

Asher from One Turn Kill in Los Angeles wearing Vintage Dress

Asher from One Turn Kill in Los Angeles wearing vintage dress

Asher from One Turn Kill in Los Angeles wearing vintage dress

Asher from One Turn Kill in Los Angeles wearing Vintage Dress

Asher from One Turn Kill in Los Angeles wearing vintage dress

Asher from One Turn Kill in Los Angeles wearing vintage dress

Asher from One Turn Kill in Los Angeles wearing vintage dress

Asher from One Turn Kill in Los Angeles wearing vintage dress

Asher from One Turn Kill in Los Angeles wearing vintage dress

Asher from One Turn Kill in Los Angeles wearing Vintage Dress

Asher from One Turn Kill in Los Angeles wearing vintage dress

Off all of the vintage dresses I own, this is definitely one of my favorites.  It’s like the best 80s-space-suit-retro-pop-fusion dress that ever existed!  I feel like I could do anything in it, which is why I paired it with my trusty Converse to frolic around Los Angeles on a warm (and I’m not going to lie, uncomfortably humid) Saturday.  A dress I can throw on with sneakers is a dress that will stay near to my heart for many a Saturday to come.  

Button up, light weight dresses with cool patterns rival jumpsuits for me.  They are just as easy to put on and just as comfortable as long as you aren’t tryna karate kick anyone.  Don’t get me wrong, it could definitely still be accomplished in a dress like this, you just might have to sacrifice your dignity while everyone sees your underpants.

Let’s just stick with punches for the day, alright?

Dress: Fiery Finish Vintage // Shoes: Converse // Bag: Urban Outfitters 

Photography by Eli Sims

What do you think?