Dressed for: My Best Rizzo Impression

Already Pretty outfit featuring black cardigan, embellished burnout tank, Prairie Underground cropped jeans. Corso Como Del, Hype handbag

Cardigan – thrifted – similar
Tank – clothing swap – similar style
Jeans – Prairie Underground courtesy Shop Adorn (giveaway forthcoming!)
Pumps – Del courtesy CC Corso Como
Bag – Hype via LastCall – similar
Necklace – thrifted – similar
Leather cuff – gift – similar
Earrings – gift – they’re by local designer Realia by Jen

Right or wrong, I felt a bit like Rizzo from the Pink Ladies in this getup. You got black, peach (which is a pink variant), heels, and cropped jeans. All that’s missing is a rousing song and dance routine, eh?

That really is my trusty leopard-print bag, by the way.  I didn’t peek at these photos until a couple of days later. See its leopard-y glory here.


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3 Responses to “Dressed for: My Best Rizzo Impression”

  1. Janice

    I notice you carry a different purse often. Do you have a tip for quick changing them? I like to change mine often, but find it a pain to change them, so I end up wearing all my outfits that match the purse for a couple weeks and then I am tired of coral, red, turquoise or what ever purse I have been carrying!! Just wondering. Thanks

    • Sally

      I wish I did, Janice! I know some folks use purse inserts that allow you to grab all of your stuff at once and move it to a new bag, but I just move individual pieces. It probably helps that I carry a wallet, makeup bag, phone, keys and sunglass case. Small enough number of biggish items that swapping isn’t too much of a pain. Sorry I can’t be more helpful!

  2. Norma Pennycuff

    Oh my gosh! This has to be one of my favorite outfits! I love it! I’ve always adored the strength of tailored black clothing mixed with something a bit more soft and feminine but still geometric.