Posts Tagged: rhinestone bracelet

Dressed for: Skulls and Roses

Already Pretty outfit featuring skull sweater, fringe handbag, skinny black jeans, ankle boots, rhinestone bracelet

Sweater – Opitz – more skull sweaters
Jeans – H&M – similar
Boots – Steve Madden Winola (almost sold out) – similar
Bag – Amazon/DIY (post here) – similar look
Earrings – Corset
Bracelet – J.Crew via eBaysimilar look

This sweater was a birthday purchase back in January, but it’s been a little tough to style. It’s made from a lovely, soft cashmere but is also super thin and tricky to layer due to it’s shape. Luckily, we’re having some actual spring weather instead of moving directly from -30 degrees to 85+ degrees, so now’s the perfect time to trot it out! I’m a sucker for skull prints, but love that this one includes roses as well. read more

Dressed for: A Two for One

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Blazer – thrifted – similar
Tank – thrifted – similar
Belt – thrifted – similar
Lace skirt – The Mexican Shopsimilar
Pumps – Dufay courtesy Tsubo
Bracelet – J.Crew via eBay –  similar items
Earrings – Patinasimilar
Brooch – thrifted – similar

This outfit is many weeks old, but when I got dressed for my Fox 9 Morning Show segment last week I realized there was some serious overlap. Here I did red accents and a leopard tank. I almost wore this exact outfit to the studio, but the tank has a bit of wear around the collar, so I made some swaps, as you’ll see below! read more

Dressed for: The Show

Already Pretty outfit featuring red blazer, Alexander McQueen skull scarf, leopard print handbag, Diesel boots

Blazer, thrifted – similar
Scarf – Alexander McQueen via eBay
Tee – Gap
Skinny pants – courtesy Karen Kane – same style in cobalt
Boots, Diesel Go-go (no longer available) – similar – more Diesel boots
Bracelet – J.Crew via eBay
Earrings, Patina – similar
Bag, Hype via LastCall – similar

I wore this to be a guest judge at the Express Yourself Thrift Store Trunk Show last Friday night. (Check out the Express Yourself mission!) Design students from St. Kate’s choose items from the store and repurpose them, the designs are entered in a contest, and all designs are for sale. It was such fun to see how the designers used their materials and creativity to create entirely new looks. read more