Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Back to the Grind...





What I'm wearing:
white Martin + Osa sleeveless tee
anthropologie Bombast & Cymbal skirt (more orange/coral in real life)
grey patent Bakers pumps

Am headed out the door right now but just wanted to post this real quick!

ETA: As sad as it made me, I had to add black tights to this outfit as soon as I took these pics. It was colder than I thought!

Here is a closer photo of the shoes! I bought these ages ago and I really like them, I just don't give them enough love!


12 comments:

  1. I really like your mix of the light-colored ruffle cardigan/bright skirt! Very spring-oriented and chic. :)
    - JoAnn, Sidewalk Chalk

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  2. I love the skirt and the sweater together. (I love them separately too!) It's annoying how bright colors don't come out well in photos. This outfit would be perfect with tights and boots too for upcoming cold weather. :)

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  3. i love the skirt! the color is lovely.

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  4. oh my gosh I LOVE this! I would never ever in my life be smart enough to put together two things like that and I am always impressed by people who can and make it look so great like you!

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  5. I, too, have the skirt. I found it goes really well with Anthro's Flower Chain Tights, so I got two pairs of the tights just in case if I break one.
    BTW, I am crazy in love with Anthro. Love to read your blog from time to time. It has been real treat for me :), just never left comment before. Love all your great outfits! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. I love this color combo, too!!!!

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  7. You look beautiful! The bombast & cymbal skirt is great. Hope this doesn't sound too off-kilter but you have fantastic gams.

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  8. super cute. love the black and white print with the coral. very cute skirt.

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  9. e. - i just edited to add that i put on some tights! too cold for bare legs

    roxy - thanks for the compliment and also reminding me what this skirt was called!

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  10. It was the dawning of MJ not being on the basketball court—certainly an odd sight for all, and yet Tinker Hatfield believed so deeply in the Air Jordan line that he pushed for its release regardless. The IX featured a sleek upper with a lateral forefoot support story. Along the outsole, it will be Mark Smith’s graphic patterning that the IX is most remembered for – that and it being the shoe worn by Michael Jordan on the famous statue, front and center, outside of the United Center. If you disregard the fact he never actually wore the shoe in Bulls uniform, the IX really was a great shoe rooted in support, fit and the global celebration of basketball. Full-grain leather upper with perforation for breathability Leather wrapped cupsole with full-length Air-Sole unit for cushioning Rubber outsole for excellent traction

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