Wednesday, December 28, 2011

What I Wore Wednesday {Inspired by Pinterest}

Pinterest has been such an awesome tool for me to keep my ideas and inspirations organized. It can be addicting and time consuming if you let it, but I've found that it's really helped me lately.

I've planned meals better, been more organized around the house, and have gotten style ideas that I never would have thought of before.

I have a style board on Pinterest where I keep clothing and style ideas and last week I used one of my pins as inspiration for an outfit.

Here's the pin:

And here's my thrify version:

Jacket: Goodwill
Green top: Target
Striped top: Goodwill (White House Black Market)
Skinnies: Kmart
Flats: Ross
Scarf: gift  from my sister (Ann Taylor Loft)

Hope you are all having a great week! It's been so nice having Avery home from school this week. No more rushing around in the mornings! 

And we are pretty much just living in our jammies. What could be better??


  1. Way to copy something and add your own personal spin on it. You look great!

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  3. I am loving Pinterest too! Amazing inspirational tool! I love your outfit with the layers of patterns and colors!

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