Pin to Real Life Guest Blogging


Today I’m taking a day trip to Nashville, Tennessee!

OK, not exactly. But I am doing a guest post for Nashville blogger Jessica at My Here & Now Life! Jessica is that classy broad on the left, and I used her outfit as inspiration for another Pin to Real Life outfit post. Head on over to Nashville (via the interwebs) to see more!

Trying New Things

florals1 jean skirt, florals floral heels, Nine West jean skirt, floral, red floral jacket

You all know I love print mixing, and I’ve done a lot of it. But one mix I haven’t tried is floral on floral. I’ve seen it done very daringly (2 similar bold florals right next to each other) by a couple bloggers that I absolutely love – Chloe and E. It totally works for some people, but I just couldn’t get on board. Indy’s not the most fashion forward city, and I think I would get some weird looks rocking that kind of mix!

Still, I do love trying new things (only with my wardrobe – no skydiving or anything). So I decided to dip my toe in the floral mixing trend. And that brings us to this ensemble, friends. Since my jacket and shoes were so far apart, I didn’t worry about them clashing. Then the red top matched the red shoes to sort of tie the look together. So there ya go – floral mixing for real life. What do you think? Would you wear (or have you worn) 2 floral prints together?

similar Jacket // similar Skirt // similar Shoes (on sale) // similar Necklace // Lipstick “Orange de Chine”

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School Uniform





20121022-204515.jpgThis polo-and-jean-skirt combo made me feel a little bit like I was wearing a school uniform. But since I wore it to school…it’s OK, right? As uniforms go, this wouldn’t be so bad. The shirt is super comfortable, and the skirt has a cute shape. Plus, who doesn’t love a little bow accent? But if I had to wear the same thing everyday – and not to be dramatic or anything – I would probably jump off a cliff. No uniforms was one of many good things about going to public school. And by “many” I mean probably like 3. Ideally, I would have gone to that high school that they went to in Gossip Girl, where they had a uniform, but, from what I gathered, you were A-OK as long as you were wearing at least one square foot of plaid.

Top: J. Crew boys (similar)

Skirt: Kohl’s (0ld)

Belt: Nordstrom (similar)

Bracelets: Forever 21 (here and here)

Shoes: Dr. Scholl’s (old, similar)