Monday, April 1, 2013

What I Wore: Easter

Happy Easter!  I'm going to go spare on the words today and link up with this lady for an Easter fashion parade. I'm always a little unsure about Easter outfits, as my regular go to's involve lots of black on black, black on navy, or black on charcoal, often with a little camel thrown in to lighten the mood. I threw this together at the last minute. It's pretty basic, not too dark, yet not too "not me." The top is pale blush with a simple floral pattern, and lace detailing on the shoulders and around the neckline. The skirt is a muddy gray (okay, maybe that's a color I just made up, just go with it..). The heels are my usuals and coordinate with one of the colors in the floral pattern. What do you think?







Outfit details: Skirt: The Limited via Clothes Mentor // Top: Express via Salvation Army // Patent Heels: Jones New York via DSW  // Watch: Citizen Eco Drive  (gift) // Pearl stud earrings (gift) 







9 comments:

  1. Lovely! I also did dark on the bottom and light on the top. Not quintessential Easter I guess, but I felt very comfortable, so I'm going to call it a win.

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    1. Thanks, Dwija! Yes, ps, I loved your Camille and jacket!

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  2. Lovely! you have a beautiful smile, btw. :) Happy Easter! CHRISTOS ANESTE!!!!

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    1. Thanks, Mona! Happy Easter to you, too!

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  3. I love that shirt! Its beautiful. I tried to wear a black dress to Easter but then Jonathan told me that was just "not right". Ha. Where do I get a good quality black pencil skirt...any suggestions? :)

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    1. That's so funny, Diana! Yes, in past years I've tried to do that, too, and J tried to be tactful about it, but basically said the same as Jonathan! I will send you a message on FB sometime today about the pencil skirt question. Happy Easter!

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  4. love the lace and those shoes are so darn cute. beautiful! happy, happy easter to you my friend!!

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