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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Anything you can do

I started creating yet another outfit around my leopard pencil skirt, when I remembered that I had this wonderful espresso (manufactures color description) snake print pencil skirt; which in spirit, is the same skirt.
Although the fit and cut are much better. I suppose that's something to consider when buying from Forever 21 (where the leopard is from) vs buying something by Tahari, a luxury fashion designer (wikipedia's description).

Studded expresso

And with the realization that the snake skirt has the same soul as the leopard skirt, I decided I could start recreating every outfit that I've worn with the leopard. And the one I put together with this studded top was certainly one of my favorites.

Urban Safari

This was the day I got the Cavernous Jewelry Box... ahhh memories...

Studded expresso

Of course its much colder now.

Studded expresso

The Rundown
Skirt Tahari - Top DKNY - Cardigan TJMaxx - Ring Lia Sophia - Belt Gap - Shoes Areosoles 

Studded expresso

I'm thinking this will be the next look I recreate with the snake skirt....

Basically

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42 comments:

  1. LOVE the leopard skirt on you!

    Tres pretty!

    Bisous!

    Justyna

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  2. OH MY GOSH this is so neat. I would not have even recognized the top/skirt combo was sort of similar. So neat. <3 You have such flair, Miss Lyddie. Always so fashionable. :D AND I MISSED YOUR LAST POST, which I must say that I love the red against the green and I'm jealous of how that doesn't look christmassy. :D

    Your belt and the color of your cardigan is just pretty. And the fallen leaves in the back of your pictures look prettier than the brown ones around this area, haha. Our leaves must decompose faster!

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  3. That snake skirt is gorgeous! There is so much you can do with it ;)

    <3, natasha @ twenty-something blog

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  4. You look great!! WAHOOO! :D Loving the cardigan (duh, it's maroon)
    http://aclosetfashionista.blogspot.com/

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  5. fab..love ur skirt and how u styled it....

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  6. Fabulous skirt! I love the way you are recreating your looks :)

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  7. you look great. Such a classic look.

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  8. VERY sophisticated!


    Who makes the shoes you're wearing in the last post?

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  9. youre adorable!

    Sarah
    theantiquepearl.blogspot.com

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  10. i love the first picture! i love how your hair was going with the wind. and i really really like the second look! :D

    <3, Mimi
    http://whatmimiwrites.blogspot.com/

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  11. Snake print - super fun and yet subtle!

    Woohoo, almost there dear! Breaking out a few pieces from the cavernous jewelry box?

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  12. Both of those skirts are stunning!
    Love how you've styled them too xo

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  13. You look positively gorgeous in each and every one of these shots! That leopard skirt is just too good. <3

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  14. I love, love, love BOTH of these skirts on you. You find incredible things!! And about this red jacket below - love the shape and color on you. Red is YOUR color!

    xoxo,
    Carrie

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  15. Both of these skirts are great, I love the snake print skirt with the cardigan and tights!

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  16. Oh man, I really really like that leopard skirt!

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  17. mmmmmm gorgeeouus prints!! i love the skinny belt tooo :) :)

    http://thinkdish.weebly.com/

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  18. Looks great! Recycling outfits can be so creative.

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  19. Gorgeous outfits! The leopard print skirt is so chic, and looks perfect with those clogs!

    www.a--style.blogspot.com

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  20. Gorgeous! I love both skirts and how you've styled both. You are one chic lady!

    Melanie@UnravelledThreads
    Follow @UnraveldTreads on Twitter!

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  21. i am in love with the prints are those pencil skirts...you look so sophisticated, pretty, and autumn-y!

    www.TheFancyTeacup.com

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  22. Love so much this pics and your outfit! *_*

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  23. that skirt is crazy cute. Heres hoping 300 gets here soon!

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  24. GREAT TALENT!!! LOVE YOUR IDEAS!!
    XOXO

    Ans

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  25. I just got a leopard skirt too. Can't wait to rock it! LOVE the snake print too.

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  26. I like your line of thought. And the Tahari skirt is a steal and a keeper!

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  27. love your pretty skirt for autumn! it certainly is starting to look like autumn for you too! hugs!

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  28. Both skirts are fabulous - can't wait to see how you style them again! I love that you can really see Fall in your photos too - I feel like I'm missing out on the season, its always dark when I leave the office :(

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  29. Great outfit. Love the classic pencil skirt! Great take on the leopard trend.

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  30. I love both of your skirts, but yes the snake print one does have a better fit, pencil skirts look so good on you.

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  31. I love both of your skirts, but yes the snake print one does have a better fit, pencil skirts look so good on you.

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  32. both skirt looks so nice on u.
    love love how u combine it with the studded top!

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  33. Both of those skirts are gorgeous, I love the sublty of the prints :)

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  34. Both skirts are lovely but I'm especially partial to the snake skin print. There's something so classy about it! Plus, both skirts fit your perfectly. You make being fashionable to be such an easy feat!

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  35. Love the last look!!! I might try it with a platform pump.

    http://fashiontriedandtrue.blogspot.com/

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  36. Wow, such a sophisticated outfit!! Love that blouse!

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  37. I am totally in love with your skirt!

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