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For my look I decided to style my tablecloth-like Fringe cardigan for one of our nights' out in Edmonton this past weekend.  I bought this vest on zulily last year and have enjoyed wearing it as a statement piece.



I paired it with my platform sandals (old, from Winners many years ago) and a tassle necklace I picked up on the weekend at Simons.  The last accessory, which is the newest is my big purchase while in Edmonton: the Apple Watch.  I went with the smaller version and a lavender coloured sportsband.  I have a lot of learning to do but so far I love it!

So there you have it, my fringed look.  Thanks to Christy for taking the pictures for me...it's nice not being the photog for once!

Linking up here

Comments

  1. Super cute!! Love your new necklace

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  2. This is so cute! I'm totally geeking over your Apple Watch! I think I want one! Gotta save up!

    Becky
    www.bybmgblog.com

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  3. I'm loving longline numbers like this- so cute!

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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  4. I make a pretty good back up photographer. We all know you are the photo taker in the group. Even if you do embarrass us!

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  5. I know I'm supposed to be wow'ed over your fringe but I am in love with those wedges!

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  6. I love this look and I am wowed by your cardigan. I've been envying it since you wore it with that 70s dress... So forever!!

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  7. The detail on that cardi is so good. I love unique pieces like these. So timeless and classic!

    Shauna

    www.lipglossandlace.net

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  8. Love all of the long vests you wear. This one is great! It's funny I know how tall you are but this makes you look super tall! :) Perhaps it's the wedges!

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  9. I like your half up topknot - you rocked it! I am still trying to figure it out. Cute fringe vest, too!

    Lisa
    Daily Style Finds

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  10. Apple watch!!! Been dying to get one of those! Love the color of the vest it suits you really well.

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  11. Stop it deena! That's a tablecloth?!?! I can't! One would NEVER know! Also, SO happy to hear you love your apple watch so far!! You'll totally learn the ropes of it quickly and will start to love it more and more everyday!

    Xox Dana Ivy // www.iadorewhatilove.com

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  12. I love this! I love really big kimono type jackets. I have a couple and since I'm short, they cover my entire body lol!

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  13. love this look hun! keep it up!


    xx,
    Jule Avenue
    www.juleavenue.com

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  14. Love this look, you pull that cardigan off so well!

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  15. And way more versatile than I thought it would be

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  16. it does way too many cool things!

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  17. I would love to see how you style it!

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  18. Damn, I should have remembered that and included it in my post!

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  19. And they are surprisingly comfortable!

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  20. me??? tall??? Must be the wedges.

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  21. I think it was a tablecloth in its former life....and it could very well be ;)

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  22. I'm just getting the hang of it....I bought the bun maker thingy that @shaunaceybonneville:disqus or @foxysdomesticside:disqus had in Vegas..we'll see if it works.

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  23. I adore the length of that cardigan! Can never go wrong with neutrals.

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  24. YES, same problem over here.

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  25. That cardigan is so pretty and definitely does not look like a tablecloth! I love those floral wedges and your half top knot! Perfect styling!

    Jill
    Doused In Pink

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  26. That cardigan is such a fabulous piece! I love the color and your tablecloth-like description cracks me up!

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  27. Love this vest on you - it makes you look tall :)! I'm excited to hear how you like the Apple watch.

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  28. What a fun vest! Love it on you especially over the all white look! Perfect neutral pairing! An Apple Watch!! Cooooool!!

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  29. Ohh! I love that you paired the statement cardigan with all white. The platform sandals and orange tassel necklace are the perfect fun accessories. And I can't wait to hear more about your Apple watch!

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  30. Yay!! I wore fringe but had forgotten that you and Lana switched. So glad to have found this post. Now I can link up! I love this piece, vest/cardi/sleeveless jacket. What a lovely pattern in the crocheting. And that color is one of my favorite greens. Such a vintage, trendy feel. Truly YOU!

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  31. Such a fun outfit. I really like this look on you too. Happy Monday friend.

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