Outfit Post: 5/27/15


Shirt: Thrifted (no label) — Pants and camisole: Old Navy — Shoes: 6pm.com (Dansko) — Bangle: Thrifted — Earrings: Gift from Katie!


Special Saturday edition of Reading in Skirts here because Friday night got away from me a little bit and I deprived everybody of a post. Promise I didn’t forget about you, duckies. (And non-duckies. I imagine there are very few duckies who make a habit of reading personal style blogs online.)


This outfit is a pretty standard variation of my favorite solid-color summer outfits. I recently thrifted this shirt, which might straddle the line between “fashionably loose” and “too darn big”–I choose to believe it falls into the former category.


And it’s made a superior replacement for my previous baggy orange t-shirt! It’s got better drape, and is about as orange as I could ever ask for. Since I was still in the mood to be enpinkened, what goes better with pink than orange? And maybe a little yellow, hmm?


Rarely one to settle for the old three-color outfit “rule,” I decided to go for at least five. Six, if you count white as a color, which I do. I expect this post will get some indignant comments from physicist readers, but that’s the risk you take when you write such controversial blog posts.


5 thoughts on “Outfit Post: 5/27/15

  1. jglzr says:

    This is, quite simply, wonderful. I think the shirt definitely falls into the baggy but not too big category, as the shoulders and neckline seem to fit well. All the colours are so clear and lovely, that -especially with those white trousers – they seem not too be too numerous but rather, beautifully balanced, interesting, and lively, but still harmonious.

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