Something Borrowed, Round #28:09 AM
So remember this post? I took a cute look that I really liked from a fellow blogger and tried to recreate it with my own clothes? Well I did that again over the weekend! Only there is a twist, you see, when I saw this post at Elizabeth's blog, Delightfully Tacky, I decided I wanted to try it. Then I noticed that she created a similar look before, but with different pieces. So, I thought I would try to do a Night & Day look, with inspiration from hers. Yay style chains!
Here are Elizabeth's looks. I knew I would be able to pull off something like this after I bought my striped skirt at Pitaya a month ago. It is perfect, not too short for work and I like how the stripes thicken towards the bottom, making it a little unique. I already own more plaid then I know what to do with so that was easy, and I have also been living in the mocs ever since I bought them at Incognito (they have three other kinds in stock right now and I am having a hard time resisting them, they are sooo much better quality than any other brand that I have tried). So for a day of bumming around Royal Oak and Detroit with Kyle, here is my "day" look:
I went out with my neighbors for a "girls night" and I just changed the tank, threw on my heels, and brushed my hair :P It was really too warm for tights in the mitten, but I live in mosquito hell so the tights help keep the bites at bay. The last pics were a little rushed because we were on the way out the door. (Seems to happen a lot lately lol) But I promise to fill you guys in on that in another post :)
Look at the craziness that is my bangs! I did comb them out before I went out I promise lol. Alright guys, the tummy is rumbly and I have some Chinese food calling my name. I hope that you guys liked my version of these looks, and thanks to Elizabeth for letting me borrow some pics!
Top-Kmart (boys 6-pack)