Sunday, November 24, 2013

Pink And Pattern: OOTD


I feel somehow putting up this post; more like vulnerable. I fear that I would be tagged as the "pink girl" or the "Skirt-wearing-girl". I promise you, pink is not my favorite color and I wear pants too! 

This was what I wore to the office on Tuesday since due to my delayed flight I did not come into the office. Of course a piece of this outfit was happily recycled from what I wore to church on Sunday. Can you guess which? 

This skirt may very well be my favorite skirt in the closet; The Merona DoubleWeave Pencil Skirt from Target. I have never been a pattern girl but this skirt swept me off my feet! It's such a messy pattern and somehow it found a spot in my heart. 

The pink top is from Charlotte Russe, possibly a couple of months old. I like that it's a sweater top and very suitable for the weather. I did not get a good picture of the back of the top but you can have a faint idea by seeing the tiny picture in collage above. No, I did not wear it to the office with my back bare, that is a brown tank top which in a way looks like my skin color. LOL! 



Thanks to all of you who reached out to me after my last post, I feel a lot better. Mr.Punch have had to reschedule but everything is under control because it's handled! Have a blessed new week!

Adios!

4 comments:

  1. I love patterns and I believe this is the second skirt with a pattern that I'm seeing from you deary! Thank you for sharing this with us at Countdown in Style! Don't forget to stop by to see if you are featured on Friday! xo

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  2. Great outfit. I don't like pink much either, but I find myself wearing it more these days. Thanks for sharing and linking up with Countdown in Style! Don't forget to come back on Friday to see if you were featured!

    ~~April~~
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  3. I love this combination. Wouldn't even think to wear a patterned skirt. Inspired.

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    1. :) Thanks! It is definitely one of my favorite skirts. So busy that a simple top always works.

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