Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Feelin' a Little Benatar

Okay, so I was a child of the 80s (well, a teen of the 80s for most of that decade). So every so often I feel the need to get in touch with that funky dressing teen that I once was. Like today:
I found this dress for $9 at the Salvation Army - it's BCBG! Get out! Totally easy outfit to put together (hmmm...match the turtleneck to the the tights, the Stinky Boots, belt, hoop earring, aw yeah!).

The goods:
The dress is not as orangey-red; it's actually a very pinky brick red. It's that lovely faux suede material - and washable!

Gotta go...dinner's burning...

Dress (BCBG MaxAzria, thrift), turtleneck (Reitman's), tights (Hue), boots (some cheapass brand), belt (gift from Ruth), earrings (don't remember).

8 comments:

  1. Sluouchy boots? Check. Belt over dress? Check. 1980s chic? Check.

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  2. Love it! You've definitely hit us with your best shot. (Har har.)

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  3. Do you think my fascination with studded belts, or studded anything has to do with me being a child of the eighties as well? hmmm

    Very cute outfit by the way!

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  4. Hee hee, you're all so cute. Thanks very much for your kind words.

    Alison, I don't know - I never had anything studded during the 80s. It was more of a 90s thing for me (easily my worst fashion era...I should dig out some pictures some day).

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  5. 80s chic but still much more classic! And the belt jazzes up the sheath...it reminds me a lot of the one Carrie wore constantly in the SATC movie.

    I don't really remember the eighties, but I do remember desperately wanting ripped jeans and being told no. Now I have a pair and my mom yells at me for wearing them....

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  6. Rockin' outfit! You're a real tough cookie with a long history... Yeah I use to port the Pat Benatar hairdo back in the day :-)

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  7. This is my fav outfit of the week. Great score on the dress!

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Cheers,
Sheila