Thursday, October 21st, 2010

photography: Jane Kim
(Skirt: American Apparel, Blouse: Vintage, Shoes: F21)
This blouse was stolen from my older sister. She brought it home and I absolutely fainted. Its so elegant and the it’s really a beautiful pale pink. I never wear this skirt from American Apparel, I kind of always have a hard time figuring out what to do with it. It spiced up a blouse that would normally be paired with a simple pair of pants. It was unpredictable. I also can’t get enough of these F21 shoes. They are such an amazing mary-jane and for 35 dollars? Can’t beat that!

17 Responses to “wash&dry”

  1. Jay says:

    This is so cute!!! :)


  2. Skinny Walk says:

    <3 shoes

  3. Tariro says:

    Love your shoes!

  4. amber says:

    such a cute outfit! i think you put the skirt to good use with this outfit and who doesn't love a great pair of mary janes?! :)

  5. Just a little girl. says:

    you look like a ballerina.LOve your shoes.I want to try this outfit :)

  6. Nuria says:

    I love your skirt!
    Kisses from Spain

  7. Black cat girl says:

    Cute outfit!

  8. Nicole says:

    adorable look and the blouse is to die for!

    gary pepper vintage.

  9. Anonymous says:

    so adorably evocative of lionel richie's, "ballerina girl…!" what a delightfully, lovely imagination! :) xoxo

  10. michelle says:

    i love the blouse & your hair is looking fantastic!



  11. J.S. says:

    I love that American Apparel skirt. I think I might need it…

  12. alannah. says:

    looove this outfit. that shirt is so sexily elegant.
    you wear it very well.


  13. surfvintage says:

    Your hair is noticeable here, so perfect!
    Blouse is lo-ve-ly and I thik this combination is risky and original! I love it!

  14. Sina says:

    Such an amazing outfit, I'm totally jealous & want to steal the blouse out of your closet!

  15. Helena from BrooklynBlonde says:

    such a great outfit and awesome photos!

  16. Le sartù says:

    Great outfit and nice pics!!!Love American Apparel

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