the other day by this image from Stockholm Streetstyle. It immediately made me think of my colorful scarf and black blazer.
H&M Blazer: Gift; J.Crew long sleeve white shirt: $20; Levi skinny jeans: $60; Avalon Consignment in Pittsburgh Booties: $12; H&M Purse: $10
And here is a little side braid inspired by Alexander Wang's runway models.
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Gap sweater: $12; American Apparel skirt: $32; Ann Taylor Loft Tights: $15
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Thursday, February 18, 2010
Bspot. It's delicious) I think the boots especially compliment a girly outfit like this one. (H&M Dress: $29; J.Crew striped shirt: $20; H&M Scarf: $15; Ann Taylor Loft Tights: $15; Hunter Wellington Boots: $115)
Saturday, February 13, 2010
One way to blur the line between tough and sweet, is to splurge on the new moto-style sweatshirt jacket. When I say splurge, I mean spend $15 at Forever 21. I saw several today in all different colors, and I think it adds a little edge to any outfit. I'm probably not going to be riding a motorcycle anytime soon, but at least I look like I could hop on the back of a moped...or at the very least, a bicycle.
When I submitted my outfit to Glamour I recieved a lot of constructive criticism. Some tips I will use in the future and some I probably won't, but it was really helpful to find out what people actually thought of what I was wearing. That's why I want you to choose which scarf/outfit combination you like best.
I personally like the top scarf because I think it matches the best. I like the cream scarf and the light blue scarf, but I wasn't sure how those scarves look with the whole outfit and how well they match.
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Military Chic, We Salute You!
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
I usually post fun outfits or something that falls into the category of a current trend, but today I wanted to share a more professional look. I really like this outfit because the pants resemble menswear. They have a trouser look to them. I like pairing them with this top because although it also resembles a mens shirt it has girly details like the slight poof on the shoulder and v-neck. I wore this sweater to keep warm as the snow fell all day outside. And I styled it with my briefcase purchased for 50 cents from a garage sale.
Friday, February 5, 2010
There isn't an outfit I don't like when I have incorporated my wine-colored boots. I don't know why, but I just love them. Even though this outfit is really simple, I think it looks a little snazzier with the boots and a nice pair of dangly earrings.
Franco Sarto Boots (Investment piece): $80; H&M sweater: $10; American Apparel pencil skirt: $32