Sunday, June 3, 2012

Red and Black in Plaid.

Hahaa, don't you like how I rhymed the title!? I basically described this Chiffon Blouse from bebe, which I love. I remember getting a lot of compliments the day I wore this outfit. I actually quite love this blouse and have had it in my closet for at least 2 years but would you believe it if I tell you, this is the first and only time I have worn it so far? That's a problem with a clotheshorse like myself. I own A TON of stuff, half of which I have never worn... YET! Do you fashionistas have this similar problem as I do? And once again I love skirts & dresses with pockets. Gap had some cute stuff in their 2011 collections and this is one of their pieces. ;-)

Red & Black, Plaid-Printed, Ruffly, Girly, Silk Blouse: Bebe.
Red Stretchy Nylon Camisole w/ Lace Trim: White House Black Market.
Knee-Length, Pleated, Black Skirt w/ Front Pockets: Gap.
Tiny, Silver, Globe Studs: Fred's Jewelry. 
Black & Silver, Sparkly & Stretchy, Bobble Bracelet (Right Hand): Purchased at a Boutique in London.
Silver Chains & Bracelets (Right Hand): JC Penney, Lord & Taylor, etc.
Black Headband w/ Beautiful Black & Silver Beaded Flower off to the Side: New York & Company (NY&Co).
Plain Black Tights: Ann Taylor.
Black & Dark Blue, Patent Leather Oxford Shoes: Simple Shoes.


2 comments:

  1. I love this plaid top! It's so feminine and unexpected and fun! I do have a similar problem, but mine is just that I hoard clothes for so long ... it kills me to get rid of anything because I worry, "what if it comes back in style!" Thanks for all your sweet comments lately. This summer has been insane for me as far as work is concerned, and even though I might not comment every day due to time constraints, I read each one of your posts!

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    1. Thank you always for your kind words and true support Bonnie. I could totally picture you in this Plaid top and in my head you'd look beautiful in it. =))

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