I don't think I could be called a classic dresser - I definitely am a maximalist, as opposed to a minimalist, when it comes to clothes.
For me, these are classic pieces. It's only the little dashes of crazy that make my look not quite what other people might wear.
- Sweater - Lord & Taylor, thrifted; purchased here for $15.50 on the weekend
- Skirt - Gianfranco Ferre from Giorgio Beverly Hills, vintage 80s, thrifted; last seen here in January with neutrals-o-rama
- Shoes - Mini Qtee, Fluevog, consignment; last worn here in February for a brunch out
This sweater was the perfect weight for chilly mornings and warm days. I have a vintage camisole on under it for coverage.
Double-slit action on this amazing quality skirt. This is one of my treasured pieces, that I look forward to wearing every year. It has a very high waist.
The V-patterned tights are meant to pick up the triangles in the scarf and set off the cute shoes. No wonder they call these the Qtees!
Someone classier than me would probably not wear ginormous orange hoops with this. This is the first wear of these wooden earrings, purchased for $2.00 at the Vintage Expo on the weekend.
- Scarf - thrifted
- Wrist wrap - handmade
- Earrings - vintage fair
It's also the first wearing of this lovely silk scarf. I adore the colour mix.
A thank you to Lorena
for making my Disney Princess dream come true! Check it out here
Fantastic outfit. I love your blog, gives me ideas about how to work my own collection into outfits. Cheers!ReplyDelete
Classic with a Sheila spice - love the hose with this look, and the new hoop earrings too. xoReplyDelete
Hahaha! Lorena is cool - I love that she Disneyfied your outfit. This is a great ensemble - especially with those tights that make my eyes go all pinwheeling. The tights and hoop earrings, this is why you are Sheila, unique and awesome.ReplyDelete
I think you're pretty classy and that the orange hoops were the perfect choice. Shoe ENVY..those Qtees, oh my.....this outfit is one of my favorites so far!ReplyDelete
You've got style lady!
Oh I am glad you liked it ;)ReplyDelete
and I think your style can be defined as SHELAYSTE !