My best friend and I were planning a day out. Our first question after deciding where we were going was “WHAT ARE WE GOING TO WEAR?!?”
I need to build an outfit and I want it to be girly. I start with a pink scarf.
Add some over-the-top earrings…
Big girls can still like “Hello Kitty”, right?
With all this color noise, I need to turn down the volume with some neutrals. Part of our day will involve a walk, so I want to be comfortable and casual. I add a white top and denim shorts. Pile on a bold ring to match the earrings and a pink flower vintage pin and I’m good to go.
What I’m wearing: Scarf, local store. White top, Belk’s on sale. Denim shorts. Walmart. Belt, Eddie Bauer Outlet. Earrings, retail store. Ring, local store. Purse, Burke’s. Flip-flops, local store. Vintage flower pin.
I’ll post next time about our girl’s day out and show you the final version of what I ended up wearing. We had an unusual day in a place we just discovered!
Until next time…live your lemonade life!
Blog Love: Visible Monday (as soon as it goes live)
Pink signifies love, romance and friendship. Red signifies danger, energy and passion. Put them together and you get a a dangerous friendship, an energizing romance, a passionate love…or maybe just a brilliant color combination.
Red and pink together remind me of Molly Ringwald’s red hair and pink dress in Pretty in Pink. It’s a cute, fun and girly combination.
One of the easiest ways to get dressed is to go with one of your favorite color combinations. What are some of yours?
Live Your (Colorful) Lemonade life,
Some people would not be caught dead at Walmart. I’m not one of those people.
I am just as comfortable at Walmart as I am at Louis Vuitton or at a thrift store. I love the whole idea of high-low. Give me a thrift store skirt and a top from Walmart paired with a designer anything and I’m happy.
My mom and I were picking up some things at Walmart a couple of weeks ago and she found a display of ten dollar statement necklaces. We each picked out our favorites and I came away with this pastel stone and crystal vintage inspired number.
My favorite “Mart” store is Target but it’s quite a ways from where I live. Walmart and Kmart, however, are close by. And who doesn’t like picking up something “fun” when you’re in the middle of picking up the week’s groceries.
What I’m wearing: Dress, Maurice’s. Grey cardigan, thrifted. Silver shoes, Shoe Show. Vintage earrings, my grandma’s. And of course…Statement necklace, Walmart.
Are you a “Mart” girl?
Live your lemonade life,
Link Love: Linking up at Not Dead Yet Style for Visible Monday.
I’ve always been a long hair girl. I like ponytails. Long straight strands. Easy beach waves. No short hair for me.
And then I discovered the pixie. The first short hair style I ever fell in love with.
I took to my new hairstyle so easily and happily, it got me to wondering (just like the woman in the Prego commercial), what else have I been missing?
I think we often get stuck in a style rut. I’ve often heard that whatever style was popular when you were a teen is the style you favor for the rest of your life. We limit ourselves with our narrow views of what we should look like or how we should dress. We say, “Oh, I could never wear that!” or “That hairstyle would make my face look too big.” Or we lock ourselves in by saying, “I’m a jeans and t-shirt kind of girl,” or “It’s vintage all the way for me!”
The truth is we can have multiple style selves. We can be a “t-shirt and jeans girl on Monday, wear a vintage dress on Tuesday and dress in a mod, graphic print on Wednesday. All this exploration is not without purpose. It shows us we have more options than we realize. It increases our confidence as we branch out from our comfort zone.
And we just might find out that we are more than what we first thought.
“Never be afraid to try something new. Remember, amateurs built the ark; professionals built the Titanic.” ~ Author Unknown.
Live your lemonade life,