back closet wears


i could wear these boots everyday. in fact, i think i have worn them everyday this week. sometimes when i get a new item i wear it out and then end up hating it. store it in the back of my closet and a few months later find it stuffed next to running shoes i never wear and a wool sweater i bought on a whim. because, let's face it, you never know when you might need a wool sweater in the sunshine state. just call me peggy prepared.

tank // urban outfitters
belt  // target
skirt // target
booties // target




15 comments:

  1. Love that skirt! When I lived in Florida I used to buy sweaters and boots all the time and wear them like once bc then it would be too hot! But when I visited friends up north I was prepared :)

    - Sara @ Gameday Stylist

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  2. the colour combo is amazing lady :) xxx

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  3. Those are great boots.. love how your styled them with this outfit!

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  4. I would love to dig around in the back of your closet! :)

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  5. I love your color blocking you have going on here!

    xxClassic & Bubbly

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  6. I do the same thing when I get somethign new that I Love. I wear it all the time! These boots are really cute!

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  7. love your outfit (obviously) and LOVE your hair!! the color is something I wish I could pull off :)

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  8. Hey!! I realy like that blue skirt!!!

    Btw, I found your blog through IFB! I really like your style!!

    I can't wait for your upcoming posts!

    xoxo

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  9. oh gosh, i know that purchase and stuffed in closet routine all too well. you are just too cute, girl! as always!
    xo TJ

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  10. love your entire outfit, especially your boots!

    http://www.counttofour.com

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  11. Those colors are perfect together!

    Love,
    Jolien

    http://julianaandthedaydream.blogspot.be

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