Tie-front black cardigan (Vero Moda), multi-coloured patterned blouse (consignment), black shadow-stripe pencil skirt (InWear), black sling backs (Naturalizer), silver bracelet & earrings (Fossil).
This blouse is from the consignment shop of last weekend - I'd put together outfits for all of the things I got and made a total of 6 outfits, so this one's the leftover. I was going to do it with a grey pencil skirt, but I'm feeling iffy about that particular skirt right now, so went with the black one instead.
Monday, August 18, 2008
Black and Fuscia - A Small Continuation of Consignment Week
Labels: black, Consignment, Fashion, Pattern, Shoes
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ooh nice blouse,very eye-catching!ReplyDelete
I'm a big fan of this look for work.ReplyDelete
You seem to have very similar tastes in fit to my girlfriend - focusing on a high midpoint, below the bust and above the waist.
The above-waist belting I'm seeing you do really does go a long way, especially when it's hard to find clothes that are tailored "right".
Hey, Tristan, good to see you! :) I tend to belt at my actual waist (since the belts all seem to want to go there). I'm really careful of the empire waist - the just under the bust point - because it makes me look pregnant. It works for many women, though, and it does make the legs look really long.ReplyDelete
Your girlfriend sounds like a classy gal. :)