Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Layering a Tee with a Button Down and adding a Statement Necklace.

You get 2 posts today, guys. I have so many Outfits to show you that's why. I figured I should post as often as I could trying to get in most of my Outfits from this year before 2013 is over, you know. =) I actually wore this Outfit today on Wednesday December 11th 2013. It was a little bit warmer outside than I thought. So I layered two Light Shirts: a Plaid Button-Down over a Scoop-Neck, Long-Sleeve Tee. It seems like I wore these Jeans with this same Plaid Shirt last time, also. Today, I kept the Colors Monochromatic on Top (Fuchsia/Magenta/Raspberry) and added a Statement Necklace & Statement Earrings in the same color group. The Necklace & Earrings definitely dress up this rather Casual Outfit. The Necklace is one of the many Statement Necklaces I picked up this Summer. I love it. It is Fun & Unique and costed me ten bucks. The Cap/Beret (which costed  five bucks) picks up the Fuchsia from the rest of the Outfit and was added more for style than necessity, really. But it was warm enough outside so I took off both my Hat & Vivian's, once outside. And sorry, once again I managed to get a stain right by my chest. Yep, before even making it out of the door. Then I used some soap & water and made it bigger, but in reality I got it out (though it dried later). =D Ehhh. What do you think of My Outfit? It is a little Christmasy, no? Do Berets look funny on me or do they suit me, tell me the truth?


Magenta, Crew-neck, Long-Sleeve, Nylon-Stretch Tee: White House Black Market.
Fuchsia+White, Gingham/Plaid, Long-Sleeve, Button-Down Shirt: Aeropostale.
Dark Navy, Skinny Blue Jeans w/ Zippered Ankles: The Limited.
Magenta, Large-Beaded, Plastic Drop Earrings: A Local Boutique.
Fuchsia, Gold Tone, Statement Necklace w/ Oval Rings circled w/ Silver Rhinestones: A Local Boutique (New).
Hot Pink, Wool, French Beret: A Boutique in Albania (New).
 Leather Suede, Slouchy, Gray Boots: Skechers.

I also took a bunch of Beautiful Photos of Vivian, by the Christmas Tree today. I will share more of those with you this Saturday but I will give you a sneak peek today. This might be My Most Favorite of the bunch. Look at that Smile!! She is so Fascinated by the Colorful, & Brightly-lit Christmas Tree. It makes her Smile & Laugh though she wants to touch and pull on everything. She is ADORABLE!




P.S. Linking up with Erin+Laura (Weekly Trend is Statement Jewelry), Agnes, Sherri, Jacqueline+Elle (Spotlight this week is Plaid) Kati+Elise and Tara+Sharon. 
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21 comments:

  1. How cute is this look and your precious daughter! I love your matching accessories, and the plaid shirt underneath the sweater is a great added touch. Beautiful! And thank you for the sweetest comment on my blog!

    Sofia

    stylishlyinlove.blogspot.com

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    1. Aww Sofia what a lovely comment. Thanks so much and you are welcome, as well. =)

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  2. That magenta/fuchsia color is very flattering on you. And your tree is awesome!

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    1. Thanks so much Lisa. And my Tree will make a bigger appearance on the blog, soon. Stay tuned for a Christmas decor post. =)

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  3. Oh my gosh, Ada, Vivian is so adorable and I can just hear her squealing with joy. Pink is a good color on you.

    Tracy

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    1. Vivian is adorable and such a happy baby in general. She loves to SMILE!

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  4. Hi Ada! Thanks for visiting and following! I am now following you! I like the pink, and your daughter is so cute :) Can't wait to have mine!!

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by and for following. Baby girls are the best as you will see for yourself. =)

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  5. Pink is great on you, love your warm and cosy hat :)

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    1. Thanks so much Claire. I like Bright Pinks on me, as well.

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    1. Thank you Amy. It is in your favorite color. Also this Outfit reminds me of the main photo from your blog's header which I loved. =)

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  7. HELLO

    my name is Antonio and I'm Italian

    You are so sweety and beautiful

    I hope you like PLAID / TARTAN / GINGHAM shirts.

    I have a great passion for plaid shirts since I was little .
    Just like some collect stamps or coins I like to collect pictures of people in plaid shirts .

    So COULD YOU TAKE SOME PHOTOS FOR ME WEARING AS MANY PLAID SHIRTS POSSIBLE?

    I have a private collection of WOMEN and people in PLAID SHIRTS on this website www.FLICKR.COM I also leave you the link if you want to browse .. ok ?

    Will be fine also photos with friends, family, etc.
    The importance it's wearing PLAIDS .. ok?



    PICTURES will never be published except for your ASKING

    That's the link below in wich you could see some photos related of my passion of PLAID:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/36248663 @ N00 /


    ANY way , thanks

    I hope that I have not caused any discomfort or inconvenience

    thank you very much

    Antonio ;=)

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    1. Thanks for the message but I only take photos for my own blog. Please do not take any of my photos without permission. Thanks.

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  8. I need a pink sweater for my closet!

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    1. This is actually a Tee. But I do own a Pink, a Fuchsia & a Magenta Sweater. You must as well. Then it would match your Pink Button-down & Bubble Necklace, too.

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  9. Love the boots with this outfit! I love your tree and it looks like Vivian loves it too!

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    1. Thanks so much for all the compliments, Laura. Vivian seems to love the tree as well.

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  10. That hat is too cute! Thanks for linking up for Look What I Got. Hope to see you back tomorrow!

    Tara
    Penniless Socialite
    $40 Target Giveaway!

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