Personal Style And The Origin of 'Unknown'

19.8.13



Dress - H&M  //  Sweater - Free People  //  Scarf & Boots *see how I achieved these DIYed boots* - unknown  //  Sunnies - F21

Here's the thing *and I hope you'll forgive me*  I don't always recall the store I bought something in.  And the reason is that I have things in my closet that are almost a decade old.  I take care of my clothing simply because I don't have a big clothing budget.  Since I like a large wardrobe and lots of choice, I have to take care of my clothes.  Hence, sometimes I completely forget about the origin of said item.  *I have a list on my computer for sponsored pieces since I want to remember those*

So when you see 'unknown' as a credit, I'd love for you to see that as me saying that personal style is something that can be had on a limited budget, and that great pieces can be around so long you have no idea where you got them.  

*side note: this is another 'heading to set' outfit*

Happy Monday!

10 thoughts:

  1. A scarf! A sweater! GIRL you have me SO EXCITED for fall!!!! Also you look adorable.

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    1. Thanks. It was actually sooo cold that day. A sudden cold snap or something.

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  2. I have that happen with items in my closet, too! And my jewelry box. I've owned them so long I simply CANNOT remember when/where I got them.

    That sweater coat looks amazingly comfy. I think if I wore something like that I'd just be curled up in it on my couch all day. :)

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    1. It is definitely a comfy couch kind of sweater. Which on a cold and early set day is pretty much perfect. I can hide in a corner with my tea until they need me.

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  3. I like the fact that your boots are different, and also how the softer pieces contrast with the very glamorous dress.

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  4. whoaaa those boots are so awesome!!

    --Leeds
    at this volume

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