Pinned It and Did It: Bright Green Jeans, Dark Cardigan and Striped Top.

This week's "Pinned It and Did It" Look comes from this pin (via Classy Girls Wear Pearls) that I recently pinned from Heather, in my ever-growing "Fashion" Board. Speaking of Pinterest, please start following me. You might find some looks you will fall in love with (that I pinned) which I fell in love with, as well. 

Anyway, my Outfit is actually quite different than the original but that's the way I wanted it this time for an easy, super-casual Sunday (since this is another Outfit from this weekend, paying my respects to St. Patrick's Day as you see). I think the Striped Top on the original Pin is Navy+White while the Cardigan Black. In my version my Cardigan is Navy and the Top is Black+White. Since I am wearing a Long Cardigan over my Skinny Kelly Green Jeans, I added a Cute Cognac Belt over it, rather than loop it like in the actual pin. I also added my Navy+White Gingham Scarf for some Pattern-mixing, but I quite think it adds to the Nautical and Preppy feel of this Outfit as well as matches in color. Today's Outfit looks similar to this Outfit worn almost a year ago. They both have Colored Jeans, Long Cardigans Belted, with a Top underneath and even the same Tattoo Sneakers. I want to re-do this Outfit again with a Black Cardigan and a Navy+White Striped Tee/Top (which I don't own yet =P). I also want to try it with a Skirt, and add a Gold Chain Necklace. So stay tuned for some other version of this pin, sometime this Spring or early Summer. =) Do you like my Simple, Super Casual version of this Pin? Let me know what you think, honestly. Thank you.
Dark Navy, Long Cardigan: Gruppo Fiori.
Black & White Striped Sweater, w/ Peek-A-Boo Back: White House Black Market.
Bright, Kelly Green, "Rock Star", Skinny Jeans: Old Navy (New).
Navy & White Gingham Scarf: Terra Nova.
Cognac, Skinny, Braided Belt w/ Circle Loop Buckle: Thrifted (New).
Beaded, Bright Kiwi Green Necklace w/ Oval Glass Beads and Matching Beaded, Bright Kiwi Green Drop Earrings: Bead & Bagz.
Stretchy Teal Bracelet w/ Square & Circle, Large Diamond-face Stones: JC Penney's.
Gray/Silver, Studded, Faux Tattoo-Print Sneakers w/out Laces: Skechers.

P.S. It is "Nautical or Knot" Theme today for Danielle's Trendy Tuesday, so of course I am linking up. Our Outfits are even quite alike as we both had Striped B+W Tops, Navy Cardigans, Green Jeans & Navy+White Scarves in mind LOL. I also am linking up with Andi for Green Week (once again) and Heather for Pinned It and Did It.
Last but not least, linking up with The Pleated Poppy, Because Shanna Said So, Tucker Up and Get Your Pretty On.


  1. I love this look! The navy cardigan looks great with the green!


  2. Thanks for checking out my blog! I love finding new blogs through the linkups. Pinterest is always inspiring and recreating these looks is a great idea. The green and navy stripes are a great combo!


  3. I have this outfit pinned too :) cute take on it!

  4. I definitely like your version - it's a creative take! I like the way you buttoned your cardigan. You look great!

  5. I love your version of the outfit. Those jeans are great on you, and I love navy and green together!

  6. I like your version, the scarf is cute! This would be cute with some cognac sandals later this spring or summer, too! Green and navy look so nice together!

  7. What a great colour of jeans, love these! Also so cute with your runners. Love these pintrest inspired outfits.


  8. What a great pairing! I love inspiration photos. You did a fantastic job in your recreation! So cool! Your daughter is gorgeous. What a precious smile.


  9. cute outfit!

    loving the stripes!

  10. Very cute! That outfit is actually on the list for tomorrow for the Pinterest Challenge. The link up is live so you can now link this up!

    1. Thank you. I am glad the link-up is back on. I knew I was a little early with this one but that's OK. =)

  11. i like it, would like to see it with the cardigan open and no belt and scarf as a neckpiece for a slightly different look. I may have to join you on the pinterest linkup, sounds fun


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