Another late night for me, but at least I was bright!
- Cardigan - Jacob, thrifted; last seen here in October 2015 for the debut of the disco pants
- Sweater - Lacoste, thrifted; first worn here in December 2015 with brocade and gold
- Skirt - Mario Serrani, thrifted; purchased here on the weekend for $6.00
- Shoes - Queen Transcendent Escarpin, Fluevog; last worn here with shades of wine and plum back in November 2015
The first wearing of this really cool skirt - I loved it and it got lots of compliments. I think it will work better in my spring/summer wardrobe, as I have many more citrusy brights in it. I had a hard time finding something in my fall/winter wardrobe that wasn't black! Hence, the pink tights.
here they are) - and I tend to wear the same ones over and over. So, using a similar trick to what I've been doing in my closet each season*, after I washed a bunch of my tights the other night, I pulled all the non-worn tights from the drawer I store them in and put them in a big grocery bag. My goal is to make it to the bottom of the bag, and hopefully weed a few pairs out in the process. Not these, though. I love me some pink tights.
*I put my hangers in backwards, then as I wear clothes, I turn the hangers around.
I bookended my outfit - top and bottom - with burgundy, which pulled out the warm pinky tones in the skirt and helped make the tights a little less loud.
Speaking of bookending, I'm linking up to Gracey's "Literary Stylings" over at Fashion for Giants! My outfit is not really inspired by anything I've read lately, although I'm going to say it's from our most recent Book Club book (which I ready over Christmas) was "A Man Called Ove" (link 'cause I love) by Fredrik Backman. Ove is a cantankerous old coot, and he would thoroughly disapprove of my outfit, my purple hair, and me. However, I'm likable and I'd win him over.
And yeah, the shoes are sweet!
- Necklace - consignment
- Earrings - Stella and Dot, consignment
- Ring - local
And finally...a Happy Birthday to my dear brother Dave, who turned 46 today. Ha! You're old, little brother. Go here for an amusing journey in my history with my little bro.