12.04.2013

What I Wore : Stitch Fix

There's only one outfit on the menu this week.

{Hangs head in shame.}

With the holiday break and cold weather last week most of my daily outfits involved yoga pants and sweatshirts. I did pull together an actual outfit for Thanksgiving but then never took any photos.

{Hangs head in shame. Again.}

Hence this one outfit post.

Sunday was all ebony and ivory living together in perfect harmony.
{Hee hee, I crack myself up.}
This outfit was not only easy to throw in a rush for church, it was crazy comfortable. I think dolman sleeves (I call them batwings sometimes) are my new favorite, or maybe my old favorite because I remember wearing this style years ago in high school.

Both the sweater and the skirt were in my latest Stitch Fix and I immediately knew they were keepers. The sweater is lightweight, which makes it much more wearable here in Texas, and y'all know how I love maxi skirts.

sweater & striped maxi skirt : Stitch Fix
nude flats : Vince Camuto, Nordstrom
black cami : Styles for Less
Sanibel pendant : Stella & Dot
I find myself grabbing this pendant all the time to spice up an outfit because it seems to go with everything since it's reversible (the other side is a greenish mint color).
bracelets: Twisted Silver & Nordstrom (stretchy crystals)
There you have it, short and sweet!

Happy Wednesday, my fashionista friends.

pleated poppy


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7 comments:

  1. Can I say...I just love your hair! It has really grown (I have length envy...mine is growing out...ugh!). BTW love the outfit too. Always inspiring.

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    1. Thank you Kimberly! It took almost two years to grow out my angled bob, there were many times I almost gave up and had it cut but of course now I'm so glad I didn't. Hang in there!!

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  2. I love this batwing jumper and it looks great with your skirt. Very elegant and stylish :-)

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    1. Thanks Rachel! The sweater is very comfy and will be very versatile too since it's beige and lightweight.

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  3. Stopping by from Pleated Poppy - WIWW! I love Stitch fix too! You got some great pieces from them, I love that skirt.

    <3 Vicki
    wildeinthecity.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you Vicky! I'm taking a short break from Stitch Fix for now but I certainly loved the handful of months I had a box arriving on my doorstep full of stylish goodies. I always kept at least one or two things. :)

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  4. I love everything in this outfit! A reversible pendant necklace? I want one!!!

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