Monday, December 5, 2016

Two piece set versatility


A matching two piece blouse and skirt set is a versatile thing to have in your wardrobe.
 This black and white all over botanical print is from the WhoWhatWear collection.
   The top is a straight hem sleeveless tunic, and the knee length skirt is car wash style.
Here are a few ways I've worn these pieces.

First, I'm wearing both pieces together, to give the effect of a dress 
  A long sleeve black top under the tunic to winterize it

Worn with rusty color block heel lace ups, and a mini saddle bag

 A brown belt with silver tone accents, and chunky silver tone jewelry to finish the look 

Here, I am print mixing, wearing the skirt with an Eiffel Tower print shirt

Red ankle strap heels, and silver tone jewelry and 

 a red quilted clutch, with black and red reptile embossed belt

Lastly, the two piece set is back together again, with a wine colored sweater jacket over top

Grey metallic chain strap shoulder bag, and loafer style pumps

with chunky silver tone jewelry, and a grey faux reptile belt

There are a lot more ways to wear this set, but for now, I am packing it up until Spring.

Changing the subject to Christmas,
have you noticed a lot of crazy Christmas themed clothing in the stores this year?

These sweaters, I think are really kind of fun- 
the ugly Christmas sweater goes cute!

Then there's this candy cane hearts knit mini skirt 


and this Swiss miss apron dress
These are all at Target


A different apron theme in a tunic sweater, in another store.
 Is this a particularly domestic Christmas?
Also, a very weird sweater with a 3-D reindeer popping out were your stomach would be     

But these take the cake:  There's the Santa pajama costume, the giant elf and the rudolf suit,
 these are in the men's dept.   
The last two pictures are from Penny's

Yikes!



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2 comments:

  1. Oh I love "ugly" Christmas sweaters - clothes with a sense of humor! Your two piece dress is terrific - love it with the print shirt. Thanks for linking, xo
    Patti
    http://notdeadyetstyle.com

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  2. I usually have a hard time splitting items that "go together" like the blazer suit I just posted. I always fear that one will get more wear and then fade and then they I won't be able to wear them again. Then its just me :) I like your 2 piece, specially with the cardi.

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