I liked the top half of today's outfit.
- Blouse - Joe Fresh, thrifted; first worn here in November 2017 with fuzzy lilac
- Vest - Gap, thrifted; purchased here for $5.95
- Skirt - Lui Jo, Florence, Italy; last seen here (2nd outfit) in October 2017 with cashmere leopard
- Shoes - Sofft, thrifted; last worn here in October with an olive jumpsuit
- Coat (below) - Stop Staring!, thrifted; last seen here in December 2017
One of my coworkers complimented me on this look - he said I looked very formal. Hmmm.
Mr. Vizzini was poking around trying to get my attention this morning while I was doing my pictures, so I grabbed him.
|"Goodness, Woman, this is so undignified."|
I did not groove on this skirt today. The love has gone.
here in October 2014. It was probably around $120.00 (I didn't record the price).
In addition to today's look, here's how I've worn it:
- October 2017, here (2nd outfit), with leopard and boots
- March 2017, here, with leopard and wine
- November 2015, here, with a lot of tonal colours (I hate that outfit)
- January 2015, here, with fruital
- October 2014, here, in the same outfit
- October 2014 again, here (5th outfit, it's a big post),
I don't actually love any of those outfits. The skirt is too bulky and long and just doesn't suit my shape. I wore it seven times, so a little over $17.00 per wear. Not great, but I'm sure one of my friends will snatch it up and it'll be worn even more. Time for it to go.
Outerwear - onto another story, since I love how this coat looks on me.
- Scarf - Portolano, thrifted - purchased for $9.95, first wear
- Gloves - consignment
In addition to today, here's how I've worn them since I bought them here last May for $25.15.
Not a great cost-per-wear at a little over $8 per wear, but eh, I'm all right with it. I'm definitely good with letting these go. They can't all be winners!
- Choker - vintage 70s, Mom's
- Gold/amethyst ring - Frances Jewelers, c. 1965, Dad's
- Amber ring - c. 1996
- Earrings (mismatched) - anniversary gifts from L (8th and 10th, I think)
There's something to be said for homegrown vintage.