Friday, September 3, 2010

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Dress (worn as top): H&M, $25 // Skirt: Forever 21, $5 // Necklace: Forever 21, $9 // Hat: Payless, $10 // Shoes: Vintage, thrifted, $6

I've been abysmal at taking outfit photos this week! To tide you over till I get back into my groove, I reached into the archives and found this outfit from awhile back. If I remember correctly, I wore it a few weeks ago to the farmers' market. Though I have nothing to show for it, getting dressed this week has been a blast. It's as if the start of fall coincided with the beginning of September. That never happens! The chilly mornings and evenings with ideal afternoons in between have me on cloud nine!

12 comments:

Lauren said...

I love the long maxi skirt with the stripes!

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Mariel said...

i love the look! the necklace is my favorite. :)

Christina said...

Gorgeous color to that skirt. Looks perfect with the stripes.

Natasha the whimsical nerd said...

your hair makes this simple outfit so chic and polished. lurve.

kerry said...

i love this, so casual and summery! you look fab in the maxi skirt.

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Em-Jae said...

Loving the hat-necklace-shirt combo :) I don't think I would have thought of pairing those 3 together, but I am LOVING the way it looks!

Laura said...

Totally agree the change in weather has been so appreciated... And your outfit is so cute I love the maxi skirt, and your shoes are awesome =)

origami dreamer said...

I'm in complete agreement about the arrival of Fall. Hurray!

Clare said...

Ah, this is such a fabulous outfit! The form-fitting top really accentuates your tiny waist, and I'm all about the maxis this year.

Hilary said...

Great outfit. Stylish, super cute.

wacks said...

love the outfit keep it simple.

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