It’s me again!
Goodness I feel like a celebrity or something getting asked to do these posts on Meagan’s blog. Her work is always so beautiful I feel so honored to be a part of these fun little posts!
This weeks outfit is actually somewhat of a simple one.
I realized though, as I sat down to do this week’s write up, that these are all pieces that I wear a lot. I guess they’re all sort of my statement /go-to/essential pieces if you will.
The shirt, similar to last weeks trench coat, I got in England at the famously wonderful Primark (seriously, if you’re ever over there, you have to go. It’s like the British version of Forever 21). I love this shirt. I probably wear it too much actually. But it’s just my favorite.
And I’m not 4 anymore so I can dress myself and wear it as much as I want and it’s ok. Right?
The skirt is one I thrifted, I believe from The Clothes Rack actually (which is one of my favorite thrift shops located on Cary Street for all you Richmonders!). This is the perfect black skirt. I can dress it up, I can dress it down, I can layer it with things, it’s great. I love it.
The jacket is yet another thrifted piece. I also wear this all the time. Except when I’m wearing jeans. Because, you know, this isn’t the 90′s you guys.
This jacket goes with everything though. At least I think it does. I’ve even worn it with super fancy dresses to give my outfit a little bit of edge and dress things down a bit. It’s perfectly worn in every way, just like a good jean jacket should be.
The belt used to be my Moms when she was my age and the bracelets are thrifted (except for the beaded bracelet, I made that!).
The bigger ring is Michael Kors and the smaller one is from Etsy!
As for the necklaces, I won’t try to distinguish from the masses but they’re a mixture of vintage, thrifted, heirlooms, Target and handmade by yours truly!
Sometimes just one isn’t enough, ya know?
And then of course last but not least the shoes!
I found these for a whopping $15 in a store called Rue 21. I walked in with a friend one day and there they were. It was pretty much meant to be. They make me feel like a modern day Dorothy.
So there you have it!
Oh, and for all of you who don’t know me… yes.
My glasses are real.
I know I’m silly sometimes but I don’t go around wearing fake glasses.
I’m just channeling my inner Buddy Holly.