Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Pink, Polka Dots, and Pinstripe (and Sewing Quick Fix)





Button up-JCP (similar, similar, similar) | Sweater-Gap outlet (similar, similar) | Pants-Express (similar, similar) | Shoes-Target | Bracelet-JCrew Factory | Necklace-Lia Sophia

I haven't worn these pants in forever. Maybe even before I had Claire. But they are classic and pinstripe will go out of style, like never. So I ironed them and put them on then put my Hunters on because it was cold, slushy, and icy. I have been wearing my boots to walk in to work then changing once I am there. On a side note, I've noticed a great difference in the wear and tear on my shoes since they haven't been exposed to all that ice! Anyway, I didn't even notice until I got to work the hem on my pants had come undone! Anyone had to use a stapler as a temporary sewing kit? They are in my sewing pile now! Ooops!
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10 comments:

  1. loving that pink on you! i'm wearing pants that are stripe! but mine are pj pants, hehe. not nearly as chic!

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  2. My boots are all a mess. Grr. I adore this look and the bright pink.
    Thanks for linking up at Whatcha Wearing Wednesday too!

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  3. YOUR HAIR IS LOOKING LOVELY FIRST IF ALL - I WANT A TUTORIAL. I have pants like yours that haven't been worn in ages either. You're right, pinstripes would never go out of style. Love the color of your sweater and the muted print-mixing that you did today. =)

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  4. I was thinking about doing a tutorial next week since I have had quite a few comments! I will have to get started on that! :)

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  5. love the pattern mixing and pop of pink
    i have used staples, tape, safety pins and paper clips for quick fixes
    Brett

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  6. This is adorable from top to bottom! Love that bright pink.

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  7. This is great! I have a very similar pink sweater (maybe even the same one?) and the same polka-dot blouse, so I might have to copy this =)

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  8. Oh no! I will make note of that for future 'alterations!' ;)

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  9. I didn't realize that your husband was such a talented photographer!

    I also love your blog, your fashion inspires me to change up the yoga pants from time to time!

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  10. Thanks Libby! He is a man of many talents! ;) (especially when I bug him about it enough) I can't wait to try out some of your recipes. That's so fun you started a blog!

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