Monday, February 14, 2011

dash of valentine's day

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[wearing]
red skirt: thrifted (similar)
pink tank: queen esther
cardigan: old navy (similar)
boots: chinese laundry
scarf and gray belt: forever21 (similar)

[going]
to studio for more thesis since i'm meeting with my advisors tomorrow.  but, i have candy hearts and am seriously holiday-themed in this outfit.  


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and my living room branch is dressed up for valentine's day too.  
(the glitter hearts are from ikea)
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18 comments:

  1. I love this outfit! The scarf keeps the holiday theme to the right level, and that tank is gorgeous! And your hair is amazing. I always wanted to be a redhead but I'm too nervous to dye it.

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  2. Why do all my favorite style bloggers have fabulous thrifted red skirts? Want one. Need one.

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  3. Aw yeah, I feel extra chic for wearing a similar outfit to you today. Altho I didn't get all crazy inspired with a yellow scarf. There's room for growth.

    I LOVE THAT YOU DECORATED YOUR BRANCH WITH HEARTS.

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  4. What a beautiful color palette!

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  5. Gorgeous look Dotty! The rosettes, the red skirt, perfection!

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  6. Lovely outfit...I like the red skirt with the mustard scarf! :)
    Hope you had a great V-Day!

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  7. Adorable. Feminine and romantic without overdoing it. Also, thinking I need to get myself a branch, too. I remember growing up with my mom decorating it in our home and now seeing yours with a little heart on it, just made me smile. Maybe in time for Easter...

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  8. it was on my "look for at thrift stores" list for months before i found one!

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  9. the red pencil skirt is phenomenal. love it with the yellow as well. Glad you had a good v-day.

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  10. I love the unexpected pop of yellow! Looks great with the pink and red. :)

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  11. This color combo is so rich and lively! And that scarf? Want it!

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  12. I will never stop liking that skirt. The color is just great. It doesn't look heavy, but I remember buying it so I know it's warm. Every combo you've done with that skirt has been cool.

    I miss the branch. If you were to receive some kind of spring-themed decoration made by a small child, would you hang it on your tree?

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  13. This is a great outfit! I love the details on the shirt and the colors you put together. Your tree is also adorable with the silver hearts.

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  14. yes! i think the hearts need to move on out.
    stupid mcstup said that the tree looked super emo because all the hearts were spread out, like they were all lonely people.
    anywho, thanks for the red skirt props. i feel a bit um...bright wearing it.

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  15. yes! i'm getting kinda sick of the hearts...they aren't very orange.

    stupid mcstup said that the branch looked super emo with a bunch of lonely, forlorn hearts spread out all over it. i bunched them all together and now they look unbalanced. so yeah, time for new trimmings!

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  16. I love the "reactions" options. :)

    I starred this post a few days ago, then forgot to comment.

    this is just so cheerful and looks both put together and comfy.

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  17. Ooh, this looks very Emma Pillsbury. Love the colors!
    Books and Looks

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  18. Cool color combo with the red and mustard yellow! I agree that you do look like Emma Pillsbury! ;) Lovely Outfit!!

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