Thursday, July 30, 2015

Guest Post: Jill on Pinterest-Inspired Looks with a Chambray Shirt.

Today, I have Jill whose favorite color is Pink (and it looks great on her with her blonde hair). Jill's blog is mostly focused on Style and Beauty but she does some DIY and Food posts every now and then giving us fun+easy projects and recipes. I particularly love her Ipsy Bag reviews and her casual yet very put-together style, perfect for her work-from-home job in Chicago - one of the best cities ever. I especially love Jill's Pinterest-inspired style posts and that what she is focusing on today. Also on Thursdays she does a weekly link-up called "Thursday Fashion Files" (today actually) which she co-hosts with Carrie.

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Hello Elegance & Mommyhood Readers! I'm Jill from Doused in Pink and I'm so happy to be guest posting today while Ada is on vacation! I have known Ada for over a year in blogsphere and love her fun, positive outlook and the fabulous outfits she creates! Today is all about Pin-Spired looks! Pinterest is always a great source to spark creativity when I'm not sure how to style an outfit. If you are new to using Pinterest, keep in mind that you don't have to match an outfit exactly. Use it to get ideas to style what you already have. Today's pins all revolve around the must have chambray shirt! All of my recreations are with things I already had in my closet. 


Pin-Spiration #1
Striped dress, chambray shirt, wedge sandals, fedora


My Recreation


Shop the look:
Pin-Spiration #2
Striped top, cutoffs, chambray top, fedora, caged sandals


My Recreation


Shop the look:

Pin-Spiration #3
Chambray top, white jeans, patterned heels, statement necklace


My Recreation


Shop the look:
Which is your favorite?

You can follow along with Jill of Doused in Pink here...


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I myself love a Light-wash Chambray Shirt like Jill's so this post was definitely inspirational to me. Jill always does a great job putting her own spin into looks she pins. She creates similar outfits yet still mantains her own style. Thanks again Jill.