Played dress-ups for church today, pairing a blue Garfunkle dress with a bubble-gum pink leather jacket.
I was hanging out to wear these embellished beige platforms so I started with them and worked the rest of the outfit around them.
These jewel-encrusted babies were a super bargain a couple of years ago from a Nine West factory outlet.
I scored this Garfunkle ruffle dress for $3 in an op shop on holiday last week. Thrift shops can be scary looking at first glance (I think I’ll never find anything in all the junk) but if you roll your sleeves up and start rummaging I guarantee you’ll find something great.
Capped the outfit off with this bright pink faux-leather jacket, colourful raffia clutch, and some turquoise-stone accessories to match the heels.
Speaking of pink leather jackets, one of my fabulous readers, Kerri – a woman of style and substance – is also the proud owner of one. And when I challenged her to put it together in an outfit to share with us, she gratefully accepted. So here’s a look at Kerri’s style . . .
And here’s what Kerri wrote to me: “You have great style and have inspired me. I think it’s marvelous that we all, thanks to the internet, have the ability to share our fashion-passion and affect one another’s style half a world away.”
Kerri is a creative seamstress based in America and has her own following on her blog sewville.wordpress.com. She has recently started selling vintage patterns at her RemnantWorks Vintage Patterns Shop.
If you have a great outfit you’d like to share with us we’d love to see it. And now you’re Looking Good Girls!
“The Lord has done great things for us, and we are filled with joy,” Psalm 126:3.