What I loved most when I found this outfit inspiration on Pinterest was that I actually had most everything already in my wardrobe to duplicate it! Not to mention I love the color combination with the pop from the leopard print. The only thing I had to buy was the scarf which I found at Walmart for $3. This was my first time wearing this combination, which already seemed like a “no brainier” but thanks to Pinterest and a lot of help from Sara I am slowly starting to see fashion in a whole new light.
Ooo, I’m loving Hanna’s outfit! Too bad we don’t live closer so I could borrow it!
Anyway, on to mine…I’m sure all of you remember this awesome slouchy tee I made about two months back (if not, you can find a full tutorial on how to make one HERE). It has become one of my go-to pieces in my wardrobe because a) it is super comfortable, and b) it is versatile. While it is fairly versatile, the bright bold color has definitely made me step outside of my comfort zone some. I naturally gravitate toward neutral colors, so choosing this bright cobalt blue is me stepping outside of the box (shocking I know). With some more color in my wardrobe I’ve been having fun experimenting with mixing and matching different pieces. I saw my inspiration for this outfit on Pinterest soon after I made this tee and I instantly thought, “I have all those things! Why not give it a try?” …So I did.
Top: Made by me (tutorial) | Pants: JC Penney | Leopard Flats: Target | Necklace: Forever 21
I was getting really sick of all the fancy, shmacy, posey pictures I’ve been doing of me lately, so I thought I’d made it a little more “real life”. A huge part of fashion and personal style to me is the functionality of it. I have a two-year-old. I chase, I bend, I dance, I lift and I am up and down all day long. I like clothes that are low maintenance and comfortable to wear, while still looking stylish and put together—I think I nailed it with this outfit!
That completes week 2 of the Pinterest Challenge! Be sure to visit the other talented bloggers joining in on this challenge– they’ve got some great projects planned! There are: