Wednesday, April 18, 2012

OOTD: old faves & an old nightgown

Happy Wednesday friends!

Wednesdays on ALOTAT mean linking up with Lindsey over at the Pleated Poppy for What I Wore Wednesday. I've got two outfits for y'all today.

The first is an outfit I replicated from a cute inspiration look I spotted on Curvy Girl Chic. I loved the pairing of a cute and girly dress with a denim top over it.

Recognize this dress? It's a nightgown that I bought to wear as a dress, but was a bit too short for me. So, what did I do? I added the lace-y trim to the bottom and voila! A brand new dress! I added a chambray top worn open and wedges to try and replicate the inspiration look.

Oh and another thing, I didn't photoshop my tan on this time! It's tan from a bottle, but I think it looks good. (or maybe it just does from far away!!)

Top: Harve Benard via Marshalls
Nightgown: Old Navy
Shoes: Urban Originals

My second outfit is one of my favorites. It combines some of my favorite colors, navy blue and kelly green.

Cardigan: Target (OLD!)
Tank: Rue 21
Skirt: Handmade by me
Shoes: Target (thrifted)
Belt: Target
Necklace: Gifted from my mother

Linking up with the Pleated Poppy and Watch What I'm Wearing.

Also linking up with Frills for Thrills' CopyCats!

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  1. Love these looks! And I might have to steal the "nightgown as a dress" idea! So cool!

  2. Cute! I do remember that nightgown / dress because that is one of the first posts I read here :)

    I love, love, LOVE the second look! It's perfect!

  3. apes I like both outfits but I happen to like the second one a little more. those are YOUR colors!! Also, you look more tan than I've ever seen you!!-ash

  4. Both outfits look so put together and cute!

  5. You are so cute! Love your blog and your style!

  6. Cute outfits! I love the skirt you made!

  7. You made that skirt? SO CUTE!

  8. i love the denim shirt over the dress like that!!

  9. cute outfits! That pencil skirt looks so good on you!

    Lindsey Turner


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