Daily Outfit 3/31/11
Full disclosure: I love this dress. I plan on wearing it all summer, so I hope no one gets tired of it. I really did intend to wait for summer to debut it, but who knows when summer will get to
, so I decided to wear it today. Oregon
Fabulous, right? I couldn’t believe my luck when I found this dress at my local Goodwill for only $3.50! The dress is vintage, the belt is croc-embossed (Macys), the tights are Spanx Tight End Tights (Nordstrom), the cardigan is Gap, the earrings are of disremembered provenance and the booties are BC Shoes (via Piperlime).
Even though this dress screams summer to me, I really like it with the black accents. I tried it first this morning with a bright cardigan and tights and cognac belt and shoes, but it felt like a little much to me. You all know I love me some brights, I just think I might prefer them grounded with a neutral. And black and brights are a match made in heaven for me.
Now, for those of you looking at this outfit and thinking “My goodness that’s one stylish giant,” you are not alone. And I’ve got the badge to prove it:
The absolutely fabulous Claire of Spinning Threads has awarded me the Stylish Blogger Award on Tuesday. The rules for receiving this award are that I have to share 8 things about myself and award it to 8 other stylish bloggers.
I had actually received this award from Sara Star rather early on, so you can read eight things about me here (which will give you a full 22 facts about me!). I do, however, want to present some of my new-found favorite and stylish blogs with this award.
In no particular order, these are some of the blogs I am especially loving as of late:
Again, if you don't already read these blogs, stop by. They're definitely worth it.
In other news, I am glad to be back in my lovely, green
. It was pouring when I got home Tuesday night, but this morning’s ride was glorious. Absolutely perfect – balmy temperatures, no rain, no wind and the trees are beginning to bloom. Did I mention that it was perfect? Oregon
I hope everyone’s day was as wonderful as my bike ride was,