Architecture, Art, Fashion This past weekend my sister, my niece and I went to explore Kimbell Art Museum. Being an architecture lover, Louis Khan is a big deal, so I had to make Kimbell my first Dallas museum experience. Check … Continue reading
My fellow blogging babe, Valery of I’m Getting There (#lesigh, aren’t we all, girl) has started up something marvelous, y’all… Drumroll please… #TwoWayTuesday link up! I like to keep my clothes as long as possible and create as many outfits with them as possible, so I feel like this is a linky knows my life. This link-up allows me to share my love for the high fashion faux-pas of wearing my stuff more than once. In a fast-paced world full of throw-away clothes, this will be a place to see how to wear some of your favorite pieces more than once. Be kind to the earth, I say. Make that ‘fit last!
My first Two Way Tuesday entry is nothing other than a thrifted midi skirt in a color that I can’t get enough of…. Mustard yella’. I’ve blogged about it twice already *thumbs up.*
First up, as part of my Easter ensemble, I jazzed this skirt up with the S/S 14 ever so popular kimono top. I paired it with a plain white tee and a hand made rope necklace.
Shirt: old // kimono: Marshall’s > $20 // skirt: thrifted > $10 // shoes: payless $20ish
Next, I wore the skirt on a ladies’ day out with some fellow bloggers. I paired it with the same shoes, but with a thrifted crop top with a large floral pattern. See more here.
There you have it! One piece, two ways.
Psssst.. Down here. Third time’s a charm, right? Check out how I styled this skirt while viewing art.
Ciao ciao now!
Welcome to, yes, another thrifted skirt style sesh. Skirts are one of the items that find me the most at thrift stores. I have a post about a thrifted long skirt, yellow skirt (2) (3), red skirt, & blue skirt! I … Continue reading
Every day I’m Thrifting I love a good thrift find. You can find virtually anything at a thrift store, and if you’re searching for clothes, make sure you know How To Thrift. In the last six months I have found … Continue reading
In an attempt to be frugal, I’ve been searching the Dallas-Ft. Worth area for free fun! I love Kimbell Art Museum and it was one of my first places to explore once I moved to Dallas (see my first Kimbell … Continue reading