a giveaway with gagehuntley {CLOSED}

kimono – brandy melville {similar} // tank – UO {similar// black denim – local boutique // booties – candies {no longer available} // belt – gap {old} // stamped bar necklace – gage huntley

hello friends!  today, i am delighted to bring you another awesome giveaway from gage huntley.  one lucky winner will have a chance to win a personalized hand stamped bar necklace on a 17″ gold filled chain – similar to what i’m wearing above!

{the 17″ plate holds up to 14 letters.}

enter to win:

1.  you must follow barefoot & vintage {via bloglovininstagram or twitter}
2.  please follow gage huntley on instagram – @amandalovesgage – you’ll be the first to know about discounts and special offers!  {if you don’t have instagram…see below!}

bonus entries:
1.  follow gage huntley designs on twitter @gagehuntley
2.  like gage huntley designs on facebook
{leave an additional comment for each.}

giveaway is open from now until tuesday, july 9th and is open to US and canadian readers only.

good luck!!


currently // june

crochet sweater + tunic – thrift // denim – gap always skinny // clutch – anthropologie {similar// sandals – target {last summer} // bracelets – gage huntley
worn:  to happy hour, followed by a showing of WWZ in 3D

hey there!  between work, going to the gym and hanging out with friends and family, there’s not much time left for blogging.  by the time the dinner dishes are washed and the kids are in bed, my eyes are heavy with exhaustion and my brain shuts down.  i have a few things up my sleeve though, so stay tuned. 

in the meantime: 

loving :: our friends richard and stacey.  they are two of the nicest people i’ve ever met.  so fun to hang out with, down to earth, creative…  i wanna be best friends forever with them.  mark gave me a weird look when i said that, but i bet r+s would give me fist bumps. 

reading :: the same freaking book i was reading last month.  i used to be able to stay up late reading a good book, but these days i can barely keep my eyes open long enough to read two pages. 

watching :: i hate to admit it, but… pretty wicked moms.  cringe.  i know, i know.  but it’s delightful.

thinking about :: something awesome that i can’t tell you about, yet.  eeeeeeeee.  soon.

anticipating :: my fifteen year high school reunion.  yep.  i’m flying home next month to see my mom and all my old pals.  i’ve been feeling so nostalgic lately.  i can’t wait. 

listening to :: a lot of 90’s tunes.  {see above}

working on :: my body, my health.  the leanmoms.com fitness challenge is going really well.  i feel great and i can’t wait to share my progress with you! 

wishing for :: a day at the spa.

until next time…

a night out


top – mimi chica via nordstrom // jeans+ sunnies – local boutique // clutch – anthropologie //boots – candies // jewelry – gagehuntley and local

we went out saturday night {to celebrate a good friend’s birthday} and this is what i wore.  perfect and comfortable enough for a night of shuffleboard and stumbling around after too many martinis.  plus, acid wash.  i woke up the next morning and decided that i may be getting too old for those “hey everybody, let’s do a shot!” moments, but it was worth it.  best night out we’ve had in a long time.

remixed // grey maxi


dress – anthropologie // jacket – jcp // belt – diament designs // zodiac + devon pavlovits necklace – local boutique
pyramid necklace – gagehuntley // cocktail ring – c/o inpink

dress also worn like this.

a little remix action.

happy thursday!

grunge floral


jacket – uo // dress – gift, but get yours here // pants – target // heels – f21 // zodiac necklace – similar
long necklace – clydes rebirth

if you follow me on instagram, you may recall that i mentioned the possibility of selling “vintage”…again.  i say vintage in parentheses because a lot of the stuff i gravitate towards on my thrift trips are from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s and let’s be honest, 80’s/90’s isn’t really vintage.  according to etsy, though…it is.  and that works to my benefit.  {thank you, etsy.}

so as i stood in front of dusty bins and a rolling rack full of vintage wares, i put my collection into categories… items i want to keep, styles that will sell, and ewwhatwasithinkingthe first item i pulled from the sell pile was this grunge floral baby doll dress from guess, circa 1990-something?  i don’t know.  i considered keeping it, because i like the print, but it’s a bit too big.  my thought was to style it up, take photos, post on the blog and then list it in the shop… but… i like it.  i really like it.  i envision wearing it with black tights and a floppy hat, maybe even a vest.  also… i’m doing that dress over pants thing i was telling you about.  remember?  basically, i’m keeping it.  and this is one of the reasons i don’t end up selling!  i get attached or i have “plans” to wear something or i sell an item that i wish i hadn’t.  it’s the name of the game i suppose.  it’s also a very easy way to become a hoarder. 

date night {ish}

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blazer – uo // vintage tshirt // denim – 7forallmankind // booties – candies // vintage bag – flea market // glasses – firmoo // necklace – similar

okay, so it wasn’t a real date night.  but it was an impromptu decision and that’s gotta count for something, right?  we strapped zoey into her stroller and walked over to the oldest mexican joint in town.  we enjoyed chips and salsa and margaritas while our little miss ran around on the patio.  she’s at that age where going out to eat isn’t {typically} a fun experience, so it wasn’t a leisurely dinner.  we ate quickly and headed home.  regardless, any excuse to get out of yoga pants is fine by me!  vintage tee + boyfriend jeans + blazer = no brainer.

happy saturday!

our weekend


what i wore:  denim jacket + camo – jcp // tshirt – american apparel // bag – uo

after spending several days indoors, fighting that gnarly sinus infection, i just had to get out of the house and breathe a little fresh air.  on sunday afternoon, we packed up the kiddos and attended a local art exhibit.  afterwards, mark snapped a few photos while zoey and taylor ran around, climbing on things.  otherwise, the weekend was filled with a bit of spring cleaning and organizing future projects.

ps.  our little wren is 19 months as of yesterday!