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11.17.2013

Sunday Brunchin'...

I love brunch. Not breakfast, brunch.  The more lunch I can get with my brunch, the better.  As much as I love brunch, I hate jeans.  But some occasions call for jeans.  I can't really think of any, but today seemed like a day I should be wearing jeans.  It was a Sunday, the sky was overcast, and for some reason I couldn't muster up the strength to pull out the leather and sequins.  Here, my brunchin' ensemble.

Short Sleeve coat: Nordstrom (super old), Jeans: Thrifted, Jean shirt: Thrifted, Sweatshirt: Forever 21+, Shoes: Buffalo Exchange




Handbag: Nordstrom Rack (the leather feels like butter), Nails: @ashleynailedit

I forgot I had this necklace. Then I rediscovered it.


My most favorite boots for all seasons.  I found these men boots at Buffalo Exchange last year.  They were brand new and only $12.50.  I wanna meet the man who bought these.  


6 comments:

  1. Always so chic - I really love your cool, authentic style. That coat and the jeans played perfectly with each other. And the boots?!? I guess I gotta get on the thrifting bandwagon after seeing those - the color!

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    1. Thank you Juliette! I try to be authentic and myself, hence the different styles you see. I appreciate you reading my blog...

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  2. This is a really well put together outfit. So many subtle details that I'm loving here. Meanwhile, pass me that necklace.

    Thanks.

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    1. Ha ha! Thanks lady... I got this necklace in silver if you want it. Let me know. For realz tho'

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  3. You look great in jeans - you should wear them often - entire ensemble is awesome and so are those boots - I love them :)

    http://thickfitandfabulous.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks for the compliment! I will wear them more often.

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