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Short-sleeve V-neck Top in Lemon Blossom Print
Short-sleeve V-neck Top in Lemon Blossom Print
Short-sleeve V-neck Top in Lemon Blossom Print
I love quirky prints. I’ve been seeing some citrus or lemon printed clothes that I really loved. Well I was ordering some underwear online from Victoria’s Secret, saw this lemon print blouse, and couldn’t resist. (Plus I had a coupon!). I was going for an easy breezy outfit so I paired my loose blouse with a pair of flared jeans and heels.

What do you think of quirky prints like this one?

Outfit Details:
Top: Sheer Short-sleeve V-neck Top in Lemon Blossom Print, victoria’s secret on clearance for $24.99 (sizes xs-m still available)
Tank: LOFT tank top, thrifted $3.59
Jeans: David Kahn flared jeans, old from ebay
Shoes: Cole Haan patent mary jane heels, ebay
Necklace: Melinda Maria Moon & Star necklace, old gift from hubby


more chambray!

Remember this post when I asked for ideas on how to wear my newly thrifted chambray shirt? Well, I really liked the idea of wearing it with a white skirt, so here we go…

chambray shirt + white skirt chambray shirt + white skirt chambray shirt + white skirt

Perfect outfit for a warm, sunny day đŸ™‚ What do you think, dear readers?

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Outfit Details:
Top: Faded Glory Chambray Shirt, thrifted $3.59
Skirt: White Old Navy A-like skirt, thrifted $3.59
Belt: NY&co flower stretch belt, old
Necklace: The Limited anchor necklace, no longer on sale but maybe in store still
Bracelets: old + thrifted
Shoes: Sam Edelman Gigi, Piperlime on sale

that 70s vibe

Jeans + Blouse + chunky shoes + necklace + cardigan Jeans + Blouse + chunky shoes + necklace + cardigan Jeans + Blouse + chunky shoes + necklace

I felt very retro 70s wearing this outfit. Except my hair. My hair will always scream 80s no matter what I do. BTW I got my hair “did” last week – I had it dyed a shade or 2 darker plus a trim. I love having dark hair, it always seems shinier.

HAPPY FRIDAY – hope you all have a fantastic weekend! We’ll be celebrating hubby’s 32nd birthday this Saturday with beer, pizza, and ice cream cake (cheat day, obviously:-P).

Outfit Details:
Top: LOFT grey tank, thrifted $3.59
Cardigan: Nic + Zoe open cardi, thrifted $3.59
Pants: David Kahn flare jeans, old from ebay
Jewelry: long key necklace, from art show. Bracelets, thrifted.
Shoes: Report Ray chunky platforms, old from Piperlime

chambray shirt + colored denim

I am so excited that I FINALLY thrifted a chambray shirt (I have a denim one too but I was looking for a lighter weight shirt). I decided to wear it for the first time yesterday with my green skinny jeans + a tank top.

chambray shirt + colored denim chambray shirt + colored denimHow am I going to wear it next? leave your ideas below!


Outfit Details:
Top: White Stag Chambray shirt, thrifted $3.59
Jeans: David Kahn green skinny jeans/leggings, ideeli
Tank: Karen Kane tank top, thrifted $3.59
Shoes: Sand colored peep toe pumps, thrifted $4.59 (can’t remember brand)
Necklace: Jewelmint Scene Stealer $29.99

product review: high pheels

High Pheels - Newspaper Print
High Pheels – Newspaper Print
High Pheels - Newspaper Print
Before and After High Pheels
High Pheels - Newspaper Print
Could use a little more fabric on the side
High Pheels - Newspaper Print
High Pheels – Newspaper Print
High Pheels - Newspaper Print
The Pheels are cute but cause the sides of the shoes to push down + bubble
High Pheels - Newspaper Print
High Pheels – Newspaper Print

Ever wanted to change up your heels without buying a whole new pair? Me too. That’s why I was excited to try High Pheels when I was approached by one of the company founders. He was very nice and open to ideas and recommendations.

The idea behind High Pheels (pronounced Peels) is that you can take one pair of platform pumps and change them up with these multi-colors, multi-print shoe covers.

I liked the newsprint pattern, and I LOVED the idea so I though I’d give it a try. here are some of my opinions on High Pheels:

-inexpensive way to chance up your heels ($19.99/pair)
-many different colors and prints
-easy to use
-hand washable
-can make the inside of your shoes more comfortable

-didn’t fit my heels perfectly
-might not be great for wide feet
-only works with platform pumps (I only have 1 pair that meet this criterion)

My Recommendations:
-I’d like to see more prints such as nautical stripes, large polka dots, small polka dots, and others
-I’d like to see add-ons such as bows and flowers
-I’d like the High Pheels to fit my shoe better by having more black fabric and more side fabric.
-I’d possibly like the fabric to be more opaque

The Bottom Line on High Pheels:
-Anthony from High Pheels mentioned they are working on a proprietary pump that would fit the High Pheels perfectly, which makes me more likely to recommend their product since you’d have a guarantee that they would fit
-worth a try if you have narrow, small feet. Even though they sent me the size that should have fit my feet, the High Pheels seemed too tight and narrow.
-I wasn’t able to get them to work on my pumps but a) I only have 1 pair that would work with the Pheels and b) I have wide, large feet
-I really like the idea of High Pheels!

***I received a complimentary pair of High Pheels but all opinions are my own. Other than the complimentary product, I was not compensated for this post.