I think I was subconsciously influenced by my new (sale!) Anthropologie quilt when I put this outfit together:
Because for some reason I thought the orange and green looked ok together, but now I’m not entirely sure what I was thinking.
Which, ok, it’s not to say it looks heinous or anything, but I’m just not really sure why I went with the sage green cardigan instead of, say, my purple one, which probably would have complemented the orange more. Shmeh! It was still a fun outfit to walk about town in. My friend Kari and I planned on grabbing brunch @ Duffy’s & catching the French film Un prophète over on Clark & Diversey, but instead we ended up wandering around in the sunshine, eating & chatting & shopping (I scored a major deal at Nine West, which you’ll hopefully be seeing here soon). Anyway, the deets – sage cardigan: New York & Company, black cowl-neck knit and cotton dress (first seen here): No Boundaries, black leather belt: Ralph Lauren (thrifted), orange tights: Simply Vera, black leather boots: Bandolino, glittery disco-ball necklace: American Eagle.
Yes, I wore a belt over a cardigan & dress – again. I just can’t seem to stop myself from sporting this look lately. Until we indulge at the Cheesecake Factory, that is, and the belt comes off to make way for outrageously delicious bread, burgers, fries, and, of course, cake.
You think I’m joking? I’m not. The belt came off. I have no shame where burgers and cake are concerned.
Entry filed under: What I Wore. Tags: Aldo, American Eagle, Anthropologie, Bandolino, belts, black, boots, dresses, green, jewelry & accessories, New York & Company, No Boundaries, orange, Presence Chicago, Ralph Lauren, Simply Vera, sweaters & cardigans, tights.