Posts Tagged: black statement necklace

Dressed for: Red, White, and Black

Already Pretty outfit featuring red cropped cardigan, white Calvin Klein dress, black and white polka dot pumps, black belt, black statement necklace, Cynthia Rowley sunglasses

Cardigan – thrifted – similar
Dress – Calvin Klein via Marshalls – similar
Belt – thrifted – similar
Pumps – Nine West
Bracelet – J.Crew via eBay –  similar items
Necklace – Target (no longer available) – similar
Earrings – Target (no longer available) – similar
Sunglasses – courtesy Rowley Eyewear

Red, white, and black is a favorite grouping of mine as it always feels clean and classic. Making this bright white dress the centerpiece mixes up the balance a little, and I loved being able to throw these funky polka-dotted pumps into the mix! Clearly, an outfit this retro-influenced calls for a pair of cat-eye shades. read more

Dressed for: Swish

Already Pretty outfit featuring cobalt blue moto, black statement necklace, striped Rachel Pally maxi skirt

Knit moto – garage sale – similar
Tank – courtesy Karen Kane
Skirt – Rachel Pally (no longer available) – similar – more Rachel Pally 
Pumps – Etienne Aigner via Ideeli – similar
Necklace – Target (no longer available) – similar
Earrings – Target (no longer available) – similar

This maxi skirt has an irresistible swish whenever I move. The fabric panels and bouncy knit material mean it is a cascade of movement unless I’m standing stock still. It might just be my most fun-to-wear garment! read more

Dressed for: Playing the Building

Already Pretty outfit featuring floral cardigan, full skirted sweater dress, black Coclico boots, Foley + Corinna Mid-City Tote, black statement necklace

Cardigan, Marshalls – similar
Dress, Moon via Skändal – similar style
Boots, Coclico via eBay – more Coclico boots
Bag, Mid City Tote courtesy Foley + Corinna
Bracelet, Karin Jacobson
Necklace, Target
Earrings, Target

I wore this to check out a fabulous art installation called Playing the Building. The project was the brainchild of David Byrne – a personal hero of mine – and has traveled from Stockholm to London to New York and now to Minneapolis. Essentially, Byrne hooks a vintage organ up to the pipes and structure of a building and the public can play the organ, and therefore the building. IT IS SO COOL and all of you Twin Cities folks should check it out! read more