Outfit Post: 11/19/14

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Button-front: Leah’s free pile (Old Navy) — Sweatervest: Thrifted (Heart & Soul) — Skirt: Thrifted (Extyn) — Tights: Leah’s free pile — Boots: Macy’s — Earrings: Hand-me-down — Ring: Shop in Hallstatt, Austria

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I’m a little disappointed in myself for not wearing a patterned button-front shirt to go along with the rest of this outfit.

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Actually, I think that this white one is the only button-front shirt I still own at this point. The rest of them had to move onto a better life because they weren’t doing it for me, comfort-wise.

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Where do people get really comfortable button-front shirts? Does it actually happen or is it a government conspiracy?

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3 thoughts on “Outfit Post: 11/19/14

  1. My only luck in getting comfortable, well-fitted button-fronts is from J.Crew (on sale, natch). Their boy shirts are very soft and good for us linebacker/big shoulder types. Sadly, I haven’t found one in white, but the color-block blue and Black Watch plaid are wicked cute. –Bittersweet. ❤

  2. I have a tough time finding a well-fitting button-front shirt, too. So far, the best one I’ve found for my narrow shoulders and wide hips is the Target “Favorite Shirt” in petite sizing. But honestly, I’m sure the only one that would ever fit perfectly would be the one I’d make myself, if I had the ability.

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