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


Linking up with Patti at 


  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

  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.