Looking back over the Spring Semester 2012, I created 44 unique outfits. Some of them worked; some of them did not! Here is a recap of 4 of my favorite looks from this semester (in no particular order.)
#1. This outfit makes me feel happy when I see it! I don’t know if its the way my hair looked that day, the simple-but-pulled-together-look, or the new way that I tied the scarf that resonates with me, but I really like the way this outfit turned out. It’s a great fall outfit.
#2. I couldn’t believe my luck when I stumbled upon this skirt at JC Penney for just a few bucks! It is very holiday dressy, but I also knew that I could dress it down and make it appropriate for school. This is the exact outfit that I had in my head when I purchased this skirt and it worked beautifully. I received a ton of comments on this skirt/outfit combination. I loved the skirt just as much when I paired it with a white button up a few weeks later.
#3. I didn’t know that this outfit was going to turn out as well as it did. While I was getting dressed it seemed like I was putting on a lot of different pieces–dress, cardigan, belt, tights, shoes, etc. But, everything worked together and I felt so good in this outfit! It’s hard to tell here, but if you look at all the pictures in sequence you can tell that I was really hamming it up for the camera. (Plus, I was having a really good hair day.)
#4. This dress was purchased to increase the number of dresses in my wardrobe that weren’t entirely black, white, or grey. I felt really good in this dress. That’s one of the things about dresses that I have recently discovered– they are really easy to wear. Also, I have on the perfect hose in this picture– you can barely tell that I am wearing any. (Too bad I don’t remember which ones they are.) I am so excited for the remix-ability of this dress. I can totally see it styled for Summer, Fall, and Winter!
What do you think? Those are my 4 favorite outfits from the semester. Are there any outfits that you think worked really well? Did I create any unique combos that inspired you?