Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Stripes + Floral

Sometimes I feel silly wearing green and red together, like in late summer. But not so right now! I better take advantage of the holiday season as much as I can.

Have a good Wednesday!
scarf: J.Crew (similar)
top: Saint James Galathee tee (other colors sold here)
bracelet: Forever 21 swirled pearlescent bead cuff (similar)
belt: Old Navy (similar)
jeans: Hollister boot destroyed (sold here)

9 comments:

  1. Love those jeans!!! The top is really cute too!
    Kristin

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  2. Cee, those jeans are great. I want a pair. I've never worn Hollister before...what size do you do? Short or regular?

    Tese

    afashionforwardmommy.blogspot.com

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    1. Hey Tese! I'm wearing size 3 regular in these Hollister jeans with 2.5-3" heels. Definitely give them a try, especially when they have sales.

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  3. I love this colour combination on you!

    www.petitestyleonline.com

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  4. I always struggle to find things to go with light colored denim for some reason, but I love this color combination! :)

    Lynette @ lynette marie

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    1. This is my only pair of distressed jeans, so I reach for it when I want to dress casual/dress down dressy items (pardon the excessive use of 'dress'). I don't think of it as pairing with light colored denim, rather what would go with holey jeans, haha. I still say jeans are jeans, so anything goes! I can see how some people would only wear light colored denim in the summertime, and for mostly casual outfits, though.

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  5. Cee, everytime I stop by your blog, you just continue to amaze me with your beautiful vibrant photos, amazing sense of style and your sweet personality shines through. I really like how you mixed these two very different patterns. The green in the scarf ties in very nicely with your green stripes top. The ripped jeans is a plus and creates a nice casual vibe. Hope you're having a fantastic day!

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