Monday, January 23, 2012

A Whole New Look


It was really only a matter of time before I started digging up older outfits, swapping in a couple of items such as these fab new boots and jewelry, and calling it a whole new look. I've actually done this quite a bit lately, partly because I'm at a new job and nobody has seen any of my past outfits anyway, so why not recycle the best ones? And partly because as crazy as it sounds, I actually want to get to work in the mornings and therefore don't linger as long over what I'm going to wear. One of the real benefits of maintaining a daily wear blog for so long is that I can search the archives if I'm pressed for time and come up with an outfit in a snap.

And hey, if you haven't already done so, please consider becoming a backer for fabulous designer Stacy Lomman's fall line. After successfully funding her last Kickstarter campaign, Stacy put on a great runway show for her spring "Biohazard" line, and has since been named a finalist in the 2012 Rising Star Awards. Not one to let the grass grow under her feet, Stacy immediately set to work creating her next collection, called Modern World. Being a huge fan of mod myself, I simply cannot wait to see the new line. The project is more than halfway funded, and every little bit will help Stacy to reach the finish line.


Dress: Aryeh
Jacket: B. Bella
Boots: Brako
Jewelry: Metal Pointu

5 comments:

Megan Mae said...

Love that sequined jacket. It certainly doesn't hurt to rewear combinations you know work. In fact, that's the fabulous thing about clothes!

Pam @ over50feeling40 said...

Wow...this looks great! Is it wrong to say that I want your boots!!!

Fashion Flirt said...

I realized that I've been doing that quite a bit recently. Wearing almost the same outfit but swapping out JUST enough to make it look different enough that I hope no one who reads Fashion Flirt will notice.

That sequined jacket is to die for. Just gorgeous. Love!

Tricia said...

I adore the dress with the jacket, so striking.

Franca said...

That's the great thing about having a photographic outfit archive, being able to pick what worked and just recreating it when in a hurry! Love the greay and yellow mix in this!