Saturday, May 12, 2012

OOTD: Lace, Pearls and Leather

We had breakfast at Porto's in Burbank and walked around.  Didn't realized that there are plenty of vintage shops but sadly they were still closed.  I did however get a skirt from a store I will surely go back to.  The store has an interesting concept and I'll go into details about that along with other stuff on Savvy Thursday.


OOTD:
Anthropologie Lace jacket
F21 cami
Trouve Leather Pants from Nordstrom Rack

Pearl Statement Necklace from Philippines



LV Roses Pochette and strap
Fendi Sunglasses from Neiman Marcus Last Call

Hope you had a wonderful day!




9 comments:

  1. Adore the outfit! There's so much detail and texture going on here.

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  2. I love the leather shorts and the necklace is gorgeous! I really hope to visit Asia again someday! I cannot believe you got that Parker skirt for under $100! I paid $170 for the version you see in today's post at Topshop...grrr.

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    1. The first time I saw the skirt at Nordstrom Rack it was still over $150 so I kept my eyes out for it and then it was marked down the third time to $72 so it was truly meant to be. I've only worn twice with tights and yesterday without. I like the versatility of it.

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  3. Following Lisa's comment, I love the mix of fabrics! But my favorite thing about this outfit is the necklace. How amazing!

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    1. Thanks E. The necklace is one of my favorites.

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  4. Ooooo I am shocked that your gucci bag didn't hold up! All 5 gucci bags you see are several years old but I do rotate my bags frequently. I have the same quality issue with Prada bags...in fact both of mine had shoulder strap fray so I know the feeling! We pay all this money and it doesn't hold up? I think the best quality handbag goes to Tod's...you'll see that in part IV.

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  5. Nice outfit!

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  6. i love this look...love the lace cardi!!

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