Thursday, October 2, 2008

O.A.P.

Well, this is what happens to my hair after a day of San Francisco fog and drizzle. As soon as I stepped outside this morning I knew I should've taken my blog pictures before I left the house, but by then it was too late. Oh well, the damage is done. My flip just isn't as flippy as it was this morning.

This is another example of an Outfit of Accidental Proximity: these two skirts happened to be hanging next to one another when I opened the closet, so I layered them. Then all I needed was another splash of blue and something dark to add a little contrast, et voila! The outfit practically assembled itself.

Graphic skirt: unknown
Tulle skirt: Noa Noa
Top: Guess, with a tank from H&M underneath
Charcoal waistcoat: Last Kiss
Shoes: Camper

12 comments:

WendyB said...

Love the waistcoat.

Sal said...

OK, let's be sisters. You are literally the ONLY other blogger I know who wears Campers and Fluevogs. Adore the watch necklace, too, lady.

Work With What You've Got said...

That waistcoat looks tailor made for you. And I really like the overall look. You seem to have a knack for layering, interesting, but never too much!~

Kimberly said...

You look awesome despite it being the end of a drizzly day. I have to take my pics in the morning or else they would scare everyone!

Helena S. said...

But your hair looks real pretty there. So girlish. I love your style and the pics here. :-)

dottie said...

It's all awesome, but the dottie skirt is just suuuuuperbe ;D

a cat of impossible colour said...

I love the way you describe the choices that made your outfit. :) And the charcoal waistcoat looks amazing with the grey and orange in the skirt!

Iheartfashion said...

Great look!

Kate said...

I found your blog through Google... you are my hero! I love your style.

Nerds ftw. :)

Always In Style said...

Super cute, love the quirky layers.

Alli said...

Absolutely love that skirt layering, and the structure of the waistcoat provides a nice contrast to the flowier skirt. Lovely!

Emily Kennedy said...

Most perfectest vest ever.