a personal style blog by Lauren Pfieffer

Monday, November 29, 2010

Don't Ever Look Back.

Pink Maxi Dress: Thrifted.
Yellow Scarf: Target.
Grey Cardigan: Kohl's.
Grey Heels: Forever21.
Silver Leaf Earrings: Thrifted.

Hello everyone :)

Happy Monday to you all! Sheez my Thanksgiving Break went by too fast and now, unfortunately, I'm back in school... On the positive side though in only three weeks I'll be getting an even longer break for Christmas! I've already started counting down, he.

Anyways, about this outfit. It's weird and not something I would usually wear, but I was really into a risk taking mood. I think sometimes that I get so bored with my style and stuck in a funk and that I need to just wear something outlandish to sort of get my mind working again. When I think about it, if I had never taken any fashion risks I wouldn't be where I am today. Risks allow a person to open their mind to new ideas and thoughts. So, I think every once and awhile it's okay to have a crazy outfit in there ;)

Hope everyone is doing well, and I'll see you all tomorrow!
With much love, Lauren.


The Semi Sweet said...

Your outfit is awesome. It's a great risk taking look for sure:) The way the layering looks reminds me of Molly Ringwald from Pretty in Pink.

Carys said...

I think it's great that you were in a risk-taking mood, you look lovely!
From Carys of La Ville Inconue

Sofi Moukidou said...

wow! love that outfit!
so cheerfull! love the combination of the colors!

Jenna said...

I absolutly love that dress!!! The heels match so well with the sweater!!
Another amazing outfit!!

Love, Trixie said...

Oh my gosh! This outfit is amazing and the top knot is perfection. . . so chic! I love the bright colors in this look, it's a nice departure from the usual dark winter colors. Great post. . . definitely inspiring :)

hearts and hugs,

Elekon said...

fantastic colours! such a chic outfit!


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