Friday, January 25, 2013

One Day, Two Girls, Two Outfits



Today I bring you an outfit from myself and my pretty, minimalist stylish friend Jen. First up, I didn't really feel like getting dressed this morning so I needed to raise the bar on my standard jeans and flannel comfort outfit. Thus enters my Kravitz by Jeffrey Campbell boots, faux fur vest, and high bun. It's amazing how much a top knot and some more luxe wear can make it look like you actually tried. I go by the motto that if you feel like shit, just put on a dress, no one will ever be the wiser. *Side Note: It ended up taking me about 20 minutes to put on those boots and I ripped two straps off. I was NOT a happy camper. Make your damn expensive shoes easier to put on JCam!*

Now onto Jen...
Jen is keeping it minimal in classic black and white with a few pops of brown. Proof you can break out of the norm and wear black and brown together. Yet another fashion myth people. Jen's black and white peter pan collar top tied with a bow playfully matches her black and white bow tights. Topped off with sweet beige oxford booties that coordinate to the tortoise colors of her watch. I'll admit I am sure if I was wearing this outfit I never would have thought to wear brown, it would have be all black and maybe a bold pop of color! Observe people with different styles then you, never know what you'll learn!












White & Black Peter Pan Top from Nordstrom | Skirt: Kimchi Soft Woven Full Skirt from Urban Outfitters | Tights from Ruche ( See Similar ) | Watch: Michael Kors Tortoise Jet Set Watch  | 
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  2. I love the outfits so much ! :)
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  3. I have the same necklace!! And I like how you post Jen's outfits too-- love the contrast of her super feminine, classic style to yours.

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