Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Let Me Take a Celfie

Celfie t-shirt | Charlotte Russe skirt {bought during a blowout sale for $2.99!!, similar style here here} | Steve Madden gladiator heels | Elaine Turner clutch {previous season, similar style} | Toss Designs necklace {purchased at their San Francisco boutique, similar style here here} | Kendra Scott bracelets | Majorica pearl ring {previous season, similar style} | Dior earrings  | Dolce & Gabbana sunglasses

Happy Wednesday, indeed!

I just cannot help but grin from ear-to-ear over today's outfit. The skirt feels like a modern day take on the roaring 20's flapper. The funny thing is, I purchased this skirt in college (like six years ago...eeek), and never wore it - I literally ripped off the $2 price tag maybe a year ago. I was drawn to the turquoise color when I first saw it at a blow-out sale at Charlotte Russe, but for the life of me, I couldn't think of how to wear it. The faux feather detailing on the skirt adds a bit of volume, so I knew whatever was on top had to be fitted. And voilà, several years and three states later, I finally was able to take the perfect celfie wearing it.

The accessories are what really make me love this outfit. This multi-color python print clutch was my first purchase from Texas based designer, Elaine Turner, when I moved to Houston. If you follow along, you'll know that Elaine has become a fast favorite of mine. When I recently came across these Steve Madden gladiator heels that had a similar print as the clutch, I had to have them. Plus, since they're multi-colored, you can basically wear them with anything. The icing on the cake is this pearl and turquoise beaded necklace, which Adam got for me when we lived in San Francisco, from one of my favorite boutiques there, Toss Designs.

I hope you have a great rest of your day, and stay tuned for a fun, foodie blog post coming your way on Friday. The post will feature one of my favorite Houston restaurants, Del Frisco's Grille, and a chance for one lucky reader to win two $25 gift cards - you won't want to miss this!

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