(Sequin jacket: Macy's; Grey cutout shoulder top: T.J. Maxx; Skinny cargos: Marshalls; Shoes: Target)
One thing I realized in looking back through all my photos was that I think I prefer a silhouette that is skinny bottoms with tee and jacket on top (though I didn't put all of those photos here). I just think it's a clean, classic look that takes pretty minimal effort to put together when you throw on some bling or a cool piece of statement jewelry. I also have noticed that I get more positive comments when I'm staying more simple, than when I mix and match crazy patterns.
Gotta love a khaki shirt dress (espesh when it's less than 5 dollah to make you hollah). I only wish it was button down all the way so I could wear it open over something else, like a light trench. Ah well, as a wise person once said, "Wish in one hand and sh!t in the other, and see which fills up fastest."
Tho thimple, tho chic, tho comfy. Loves.
(Shirt: Thrift; Kimono sweater: Garage sale; Jeans: Old Navy; Shoes: Charlotte Russe; Necklace: Garage sale, thrift, F21)
Okay, I know I've said this before, but this really really REALLY is one of my favorite outfits I've put together in the past few weeks. I can't tell you how much I love this shirt - the pattern is ridic, and the kimono sweater? My current favorite purchase. I lit-er-ally wear it every single day. I'm wearing it with a tee and sweats as I type this. So freaking comfy cozy that I can't believe it. To emphasize to Amy how much I love it - it's the baked sweet potato of clothing items.
Another favorite thrifted item. The print on this dress is sick sick sick. Also love how the cutouts on the shoe mimic the polka dot pattern on the dress - you can't really see it here, but trust. They do.
Hope you weren't bored to tears looking back wif me. Happy Friday and all.