Monday, March 7, 2011

Outfit Overload

Sweater: Thrifted, $3 // Jeans: Forme, $20 // Jacket: Forever 21, gift // Flats: Payless, gift // Sunglasses: Plato's Closet, $5

Throughout the 30 for 30, there have been a handful of outfits I wore but neglected to photograph. This weekend I did some serious catching up and took shots of them. Above is what I actually wore on Saturday to run some errands. Below is just an office outfit from a couple of weeks ago. Why all the sunnies you ask? Well, I picked up a few new pairs this weekend that I wanted to show off, and I wasn't wearing any make-up. I might have to make a habit of it... they make me look much cooler than I actually am.

Top: Target, $28 // Skirt: Ann Taylor, thrifted, $1.50 // Boots: Forever 21, $30 // Belt: Thrifted, 50 cents // Sunglasses: Urban Outfitters, $10

13 comments:

Jeff said...

love the second look, bold move.
hello from 45 miles away, midwestern friend!

Adrianna Traxler said...

I really love the combo of leopard and red, it exudes a old Hollywood feel.

amberly said...

Do the first sunnies have a little heart in the middle!? So cute!

I love how both of these looks are different - yet so you!

You're almost done, girl!!

Liza said...

I love both of the looks. They each have a different feel.

xL

Kansas Couture said...

amberly -

Yes, that is exactly what sold me on them! Hearts are just too cute to pass up.

Ashley said...

love that second look!

Emma at Daily Clothes Fix said...

Red + leopard = a great look. Love it.

kimbercrafts said...

I love outfit 25...red + leopard is my favorite.

Between Laundry Days said...

You look delightfully badass in those shades!

Lexie, Little Boat said...

only someone as sassy as you could pull off that bright red pencil skirt AND leopard print!

tracychambersvintage said...

I love love love the shirt.

Fashionably Learning To Be said...

I love look #25. I'll have to try that sunglasses look....they do make you look cool!

- Angela

http://fashionablylearning.blogspot.com/

Christine said...

Leopard with red is such a great idea!
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