Friday, April 4, 2014

4 of 30: Blue Jeans, Polka Dot Cardi and Dainty Rosettes.

When I started this challenge, I really didn't know whether I would be able to follow the 2 Themed Link-Ups I normally link with twice each week. Yesterday's Spotlight Weekly theme was Floral. Since I didn't include any Floral Prints in my items, that meant I'd have to settle for a Scarf. But then I remembered my White+Black Polka Dot Cardigan has some Beautiful Cobalt Chiffon Rosettes around the neckline, so it totally counts. And I was able to link my Nautical Outfit earlier this week, so, so far I am 2 for 2. =)

Today's Outfit is very simple but sometimes it is all about K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple Stupid). I am sorry you are seeing these Cognac Boots three days in a row, but the weather called for them. I am also sorry this is more of a Wintery Outfit rather than Springy but the first few days of the challenge; once again the weather was cold and rainy. The Spring Outfits (with my 30 pieces) are coming, guys, I promise. I will say though that I love this Cardigan. It is one of my many Cardigans from White House Black Market. The Jeans are from there too. They are the Noir cut but I also own some Blanc. If you don't own any Cardigans or Jeans from WHBM, check them out because they are really nice. They are a little bit expensive, but they are worth it when they go on sale plus they always send out coupons. How have you worn your Jeans lately? Do you own a Cardigan featuring any Floral or Frilly detail?
Pros: The Cardigan - it is Pretty, Girl, Springy and Unique. And I was having a good hair day.
Cons: This Outfit might be too safe, too simple, not very blog-worthy (but I am all about keeping it real). And the quality of the photos, they are a little grainy and blurry. Pretty Please Bear with my poor photos a little while longer, since my camera fell yet once again (some OOTD Photos are taken by my cell-phone), but I will be using a new camera, very soon. 
White w/ Black Polka Dots, 3/4-Sleeve Cardigan w/ Royal Blue Chiffon Rosettes: White House Black Market.
Dark-Wash, Boot-cut "Noir" Blue Jeans: White House Black Market.
Cognac, Real Leather, Skinny Belt w/ Gold Buckle: c/o a Local Accessories Boutique.
Ivory, Circle Stud Earrings w/ Red Polka Dots: A Local Accessories Boutique.
Square, Leopard-face, Gold-tone Watch w/ Brown Strap: New York & Company (NY&Co.) (Gifted; New).
Cognac Brown, Leather, Riding Boots: Payless.

P.S. Also linking up with Claire, Allison, Rebecca and Sherry.
Have a Fab Weekend Everyone!!

P.P.S. Exactly 10 days away from my Mom's Birthday and exactly one month away from my own Birthday. Where has this year gone so far? WOW!!







8 comments:

  1. I'm all about simple outfits. This cardigan is cute!

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  2. What a cute cardigan. I love how you put this look together!!! Don't you LOVE riding boots! I'm stopping by to catch up on all of your recent posts today:) Have a great weekend Ada! xoxo
    Sherry

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  3. Such a nice casual outfit :) I like the little touches with the belt and floral details on the cardi! :) The simple outfits are the best, I like seeing what other people actually wear and not just outfits they put together to take photos :)

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  4. Happy Early Birthday to you and your special mama! My sister's birthday is in May too:)! I'm with you on keeping it simple and staying true to your style. This is your blog and you can do anything from the simplest to the most layered detailed looks! That polka dot cardigan definitely gives this look a cute, springy finish!

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  5. Great boots! So versatile and beautiful color.

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  6. Love this outfit, great cardi :) Aww my birthday is a day after yours on the 5th, won't forget yours now :)

    Thanks for linking up to the weekend blog hop ...

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  7. Those jeans fit you so well! I love that cardigan, the flower detail is so cute!

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