This is not a terribly exciting outfit but I needed something quick and easy because I had to get up very early to drop my car off for some paint work. So here you go, not too exciting but it sure was easy to throw together.
I love cute prints (especially animal prints). The first time I wore this top, it was with a skirt. Now, as you see, I dressed it down with a cargo jacket, cotton scarf, and skinny jeans. It was more of a spring-y outfit because we’ve been having unseasonably warm days here in NC.
I still don’t have my car but I’ve been doing just fine – I’ve been bumming rides / paying for rides from coworkers 🙂
What do you think? happy hump day, by the way!
Top: Birds on a Wire Top, on sale at thelimited.com (no longer available)
Jacket: Lands End Canvas cargo jacket, old
Scarf: Old navy, old
Jeans: David Kahn, on sale at ideeli a while ago
Shoes: Lands End ballet flats, thrifted $5
Welcome to another week of Thrift Style Thursdays! This week we’re styling LAYERS! Of course, the day I decided to wear a lot of warm layers on day that almost reached 84 degrees, hah!
I was going for a “schoolgirl chic” look, which I like because it’s appropriate for work but also comfortable. Plus the “nerd” look is very much in style. Here’s the formula for my layered look…
1. Collared Shirt (peter pan collar of possible) +
2. Sweater or sweater vest +
3 Vest or Jacket +
4. Short or knee length skirt +
5. knee high socks
Optional: glasses, books, jewelry 🙂
I hope you like this week’s Thrift Style Thursday look and don’t forget to check out the other participants:
Buttons and Birdcages
Top: Peter Pan studded collar shirt, Forever 21 [last year]
Sweater: the Limited burgundy short sleeved sweater, old
Vest: Very very old
Skirt: Worthington skirt, thrifted $3.59
Socks: Very very old
Shoes: Tic Tac Toes flats/dance shoes, thrifted $5
Glasses: very old Anne et Valentin glasses
Necklace + Bangle: vintage key on a chain, antique fair $12; Bangle, thrifted $2
book – the French Laundry Cookbook
Here I am once again wearing a denim vest. I think the reason why I’m so obsessed with vests after so many years of swearing them off as “too 90s” is that they’re practical! I have chubby arms and often like the layering effects of jackets or blazers but dislike how my arms feel like sausages busting out of casings.
Enter the vest (denim or really any material). Great for layering, offers some warmth, some casual stylin’, matches many different styles, and easy to obtain or produce.
What do you think of this trend? How would you wear (or not wear) a denim vest?
Vest: Gap jean jacket that I cut the arms off of [no sewing just scissors], thrifted $4.59
Dress: Merona from Target navy print & ruffle dress, hand me down from friend FREE
Belt: NY&Co. OLD
Necklace + Earrings: vintage nautical, thrifted $2, earrings are vintage too
Shoes: Strange tictactoe navy dance flats, thrifted $5
Hope you’ve had a great weekend – even though it’s sad that it’s almost monday again ;(
Anyway, I wanted to share an outfit from last week – something very casual and comfortable. Plus, here I am wearing my vest again (it used to be a jacket). What do you think?
Top: Gap striped short dress/tunic thing, thrifted $3.59
Vest: Used to be a jacket, old from Victoria’s Secret
Pants: David Kahn green skinnies, ideeli
Shoes: Sketchers BOBS, bought for my friend’s wedding from 6pm.com
Necklace: Key necklace, art show
Hi everyone! Wishing you a happy (shoe) monday. Today I’ve decided to post some flats or very low heeled shoes that I like for late summer early fall. Since I’ve got my back to take care of, I’ve decided to focus on flats.
What do you think of these shoes? PLEASE leave links to any other cute flats that you have your eyes on, I’d love to get more ideas as I rebuild my shoe collection.
have a wonderful day!