Dressed for: Subtle Matchiness

Already Pretty outfit featuring gray boat neck, pink full skirt, vintage silk scarf, red suede pumps

Scarf, via Rice and Beans Vintage
Boat neck top – Old Navy
Skirt, thrifted – similar items
Tights – SPANX Tight-End Tights
Pumps, Amset courtesy Tsubo (no longer available) – similar
Earrings, Karin Jacobson
Bracelet, gift – this is the one

That snow is long gone now, but I just had to share this outfit from late last week.

I’ve had these tights for several years and they’re a weird shade of gray. A little warmer than most, a little darker than many. When I ordered this shirt and found that they match almost perfectly, I felt compelled to assemble an outfit around them.

And, once again, this vintage scarf has served as a unifier. I had no idea it would become such a wardrobe staple when I bought it!

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9 Responses to “Dressed for: Subtle Matchiness”

  1. Eleanorjane

    Love it! Great colours on you. But I still don’t get how you can stand out in the snow wearing so little. I take it you usually go about in a big coat and scarf when you’re outdoors?

  2. Stacy @ Stacyverb

    I just love those kinds of accessories, the ones that bring a whole look together. The scarf really makes the difference between just wearing clothes and wearing an OUTFIT.

  3. sarah

    wow. Those are like the most MATTE tights I’ve ever seen! In a way, your legs look kind of like flat cut-outs here; the light and shadow and contouring I would normally expect to see is not there.I realize this might not sound at all complimentary – but I totally dig it. It’s SO visually interesting; the effect is very boldly graphic – I think it makes the heels pop even more! Does that make sense?