Unlike yesterday's jacket's very short life in my closet, this jacket's a keeper.
- Jacket - Garden Collection, H&M, consignment; purchased here a couple of weekends ago for $22.98
- Top - Mossimo, thrifted; last seen here in May under mustard
- Tapestry skirt - no label, handmade, thrifted; first seen here in July on a Casual Friday
- Shoes - Queen of Prussia, Louise, Fluevog; last seen here in May (5th outfit) with a crazy pattern
- Necklace - $10 grab bag, consignment
- Earrings - thrifted
- Spinner ring - consignment
- Ring - POLY, vintage fair
I went looking for Vizzini this morning (to say goodbye with a snuggle), and found him on the second tier of his deck post.
|"Tuesday means the second step, woman."|
Love those linebacker shoulders! I can picture you waggling. I agree, your iteration is hands-down far more interesting that jeans and a T.ReplyDelete
The jacket is the kind of piece which the fashion police would have you believe needs to be "dressed/toned down" with jeans and a t-shirt. Well, you know what we say to those kind of rules! I love that you have dressed it up with more colour, a skirt and heels - why not? It looks fabulous!ReplyDelete
Btw (just catching up) I really like that vintage jacket in your previous post - might you consider giving it another try, maybe with different colours underneath? I can see why you went for purple, given the lilac in the fabric, but you have such a wide range of colours on your wardrobe, I think it might be worth trying again. xxx
So waggle-able! Fantastic jacket and the whole look too. Funny, I found Skinny G on the second floor of the cat condo yesterday too - she's been strictly a ground-floor girl. Cat communication across the miles?? xoxReplyDelete
That jacket is a keeper, and the colour works great with the purple tones. I remember seeing it at one of the H & M stores in Toronto and thought it would be fun to wear. Lucky you finding one secondhand!ReplyDelete
Where did you get the gorgeous shoes? Who makes them? I love your outfit!ReplyDelete
I would be the boring one, wearing the jacket with a white T-shirt and jeans haha. But now I have you to teach me. Although I am not a good learner, no matter how much teaching I get.ReplyDelete
You have paired it well. I am also in awe over the shoes. Fluevog? I am pretty sure they are.
Oops, thanks, Elaine and Greetje - I forgot to credit the shoes! They are indeed Fluevogs!ReplyDelete