Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Bloggers do it better

Happy Valentine's Day yall!!! I love Valentine's day, in my book it's up there with Thanksgiving and Christmas, but that's just me.  So I didn't want to go overboard with the pink or red so I went for subtle instead. Red pumps and neon pink nails, it's the little things that matter right?



Top- Wet Seal
Pencil skirt- J. Crew
Pumps- Target
Purse- Aldo Shoes
Scarf- Thrifted
Bracelets- Thrifted, J. crew






You guys should check out Christina's blog, she is hosting the "bloggers do it better: wear red" You may find new bloggers you are interested in following.

16 comments:

  1. your shoes are beautiful and I love your skirt!

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  2. I love your skirt so much and it looks perfect with that top. I need some yellow clothes in my life. You are right, it is the small things that make a difference to an outfit. I'm often surprised how much a nail colour can transform an outfit.

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    1. lol I am proud of myself because majority of my closet is black, white and grey!!! Thank you

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  3. Oh my goodness! Super in love with your whole outfit!! That polka do top is fabulous and I love all the colors in your outfit.

    http://fitcraftystylishandhappy.blogspot.com/

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  4. I love this ensemble...you look very chic! I see you working the scarf thingy...lol. Great look!

    ~Tavia
    www.ninetofly.blogspot.com

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  5. Omg, I love this look - I just love colors - love how you put this neon skirt with those pumps - I just love it!! nice job. Inspired!!!

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    1. Yes!!! If i can inspire one im happy!! lol Thank you so much!!

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  6. Very Cute look! Love the pop of red with this look

    Roni
    www.styleandpoise.blogspot.com

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  7. Thank you, I love your blog by the way

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  8. Wow! That red skirt is perfect for the red pumps. Beautiful!

    Cheers,
    Cathy@embroidery digitizing

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