We are down to the last two weeks of Style Perspectives, but don't fret we have some fun planned for June. There will be a look everyday, hosted on our own individual blogs and then on Wednesdays we'll continue to do a recap and link up on the Blended Blog. Stay tuned on Friday and I'll show you the first group of prompts.
Now on to that navy and nautical look which I wore twice in one week. That's gotta be a record. Actually, I think it happened because I wore the outfit to school on Thursday and then forgot to put it away, so when I needed something on Sunday to go in to town for supper, it was an easy pick...on the floor still.
I picked this tank from Banana Republic that's a couple years old- yay for shopping my closet. I paired it with my new 7s from Vegas and my Birks. When I wore it to work, I wore the look with wedges. I also need to point out how perfectly well the earrings go with the outfit. They were a gift from my ladyfriends for my bday- sparkle balls from Hillberg and Berk. I love a Saskatchewan home grown company!
Actually, if I were to dig into the archives of spring 2015- I would find that I have styled this top before and I kinda like it better with the white jeans and yellow shoes. Also, now I want my hair short. Eek.
What do you think? Not like I'll listen to you anyway, I've already returned the pretty blue floral dress from last week and have moved on to another one. ooOooOooops. Speaking of last week, look at all the great Graduation looks. Join us next week in our last Style Perspectives look- the summer go-to dress.
ONCE UPON A TIME & HAPPILY EVER AFTER : Library-Lovin’-Lady
DAILY STYLE FINDS: The Personal Stylist
FOXY’S DOMESTIC SIDE: The Crafty Engineer
SIMPLY SHAUNACEY: Reformed Frumpy Mommy
TWO TEENS AND THEIR MAMA: Stylish Midlife Mama
RSQUARED: The Not So Nerdy Accountant
SHOES TO SHIRAZ: The Shoe Hoarding French Teacher
PUPPIES AND PRETTIES: Cube Dwelling Fashionista
MISHAPS AND MAYHEM OF SOLITARY LIFE: Single Girl, Simple Style
A LOVELY LITTLE WARDROBE: A Casual Petite
MAKING THE MOST OF EVERYDAY Classic Yet Current Over Forty
NICKANDNIK: Mama with Curves