Posts Tagged: black leggings

Dressed for: Not So Long Ago

Already Pretty outfit featuring blue Pure Handknit sweater, black jeans, black ankle boots, Rebecca Minkoff Logan, black beanie

Hat – Casualbox
Sweater -Pure Handknit via LISSA the Shop – get an extra 10% off sale prices with code PRETTY10
Jeans – Old Navy (no longer available) – similarsustainable
Boots – LD Tuttle via eBay
Earrings – Pulso
Bag – Rebecca Minkoff Logan via eBay (no longer available) – similarsustainable

I’m gonna hit you with a few multi-outfit posts until my late November/December photos get used up and we can move on to more recent snowy shots! read more

Dressed for: Listening

Already Pretty outfit featuring Comfy USA striped tunic, black leggings, chain booties, black fringe handbag, long pendant necklace

Tunic – Comfy USA via Lissa the Shop
Leggings – Old Navy (old, but I assume these are the same)
Boots – Dolce Vita Yazmina
Bag – Amazon/DIY (post here) – more fringe bags
Necklace – Kali Butterfly
Bracelet – Diesel (no longer available) – similar look – gorgeous watch with similar design
Earrings – The Wellington Boot

I wore this to attend a reading by Rachel Hills and Kate Harding put on by The Riveter. Both were discussing their new books – Rachel’s is The Sex Myth, Kate’s Asking for It – and both were articulate and engaging speakers. I bought both books and based on these ladies’ blog writings I know they’ll be fascinating reads. read more

Dressed for: Leaving My Comfort Zone

Already Pretty outfit featuring Gudrun Sjödén striped dress, black leggings, black platform ankle boots, black necklaces, Rebecca Minkoff Logan Crossbody handbag

Dress – courtesy Gudrun Sjödén
Leggings – Yummie by Heather Thomson Rachel
Ankle boots – courtesy ECCO (no longer available) – similar
Necklaces – Target and Etsysimilar look
Bag – Rebecca Minkoff Logan (no longer available) – similar shape
Bracelet – via Ideelsimilar
Earrings – self-made with these

I’ve been a waist-highlighter for eons. And although this is probably the mildest version of a drop-waist dress ever created, it’s still outside my comfort zone. But when I saw it on the Gudrun site, I was just smitten and wanted to see if I could make it work. Belting looked wacky, but drawing the eye up with a big stack of necklaces created just the right amount of balance. I bet a scarf would have the same effect. Sometimes it pays to experiment! read more