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Monday, August 13, 2012

Horse is a horse

I thrifted this white linen J.Crew skirt for a $1.50, which is why I ignored the fact that I don't really fit into a size zero and the fact that anything linen turns into a wrinkled mess after sitting all day.

There is still a good chance I will get my $1.50's worth out of it though.

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The Rundown
Horse Print Shirt H&M similar (sea horses!)
White Linen Skirt J.Crew Thrifted
Sandals Nine West
Panama Hat Gap similar
Bag Otis Thrifted
Bracelets Thrifted, The Cavernous Jewelry Box
Spike Bracelet Ebay similar
Ring Thrifted
Sunnies Aldo

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45 comments:

  1. Size 0? Amazing! I'm just glad I didn't stumble onto that because there is no way my size 6 body could squeeze into that, I would have been heartbroken having to leave it!

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  2. That skirt has the cutest pockets! What a score!

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  3. Score on the skirt for $1.50! Who cares that it's linen and wrinkles, it looks great with the horse top.

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  4. 1. yes you do fit into a size 0. 2. even wrinkled, this skirt is so cute. 3. i loooove this blouse! what a fun outfit!

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  5. A J.Crew skirt for a dollar and fitty cents?? well done, girl! Well, it doesn't look like you don't fit in a size 0! Looks great on you!
    Love
    Juneli from Fashionably Yours

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  6. that is a bargain for any brand skirt!
    cute look going on here
    brett

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  7. I love the horse print, so cute and whimsy. You look so pretty!

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

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  8. I think that the skirt looks great on you.

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  9. I think the fit is great, Lyddie! and I totally LOVE the horse printed blouse! So beautiful.

    ♥ laura
    the blog of worldly delights
    the shop of worldly delights

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  10. Well, you most certainly have found a treasure. What a great outfit! I'm adoring that printed blouse, since I love horses. You look stunning.

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  11. I love the skirt--it doesn't look wrinkly at all! You're reminding me that I need to wear my horse-print top-jacket thing... it's been hiding in my closet, nearly forgotten about!

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  12. looks to me like you are fitting into it fine!

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  13. This skirt looks great on you and $1.50 is such a steal! I want to do some thrifting!

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  14. I love the outfit, it looks great on you!
    Jess
    JESS CAUSE BLOG

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  15. A thrifted skirt for $1.50 that makes you a size 0? I'm sold. ;) It looks so good against that horse print shirt of yours! And you've been getting good wear out of all these hats of yours, haven't you?

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  16. haha also, I really like how you've got your Equipment Blouse over there in your purchases all ~$18.00~ and then you link to the $200 way to buy it. LOL that's so mean. You're such a tease. :)

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  17. It happens with J. Crew, once I bought a skirt that was a few sizes smaller than what I usually wear but it still fit. Your skirt is a good find, I think it fits your perfectly, doesn't look tight at all. =)

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  18. Another awesome thrift store find! You always come across the best things!

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  19. Everytime I see your posts, I want to go thrifting,but I always come home with nothing lol You have the greatest finds!!

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  20. If the skirt fits, then it´s your size.
    Nicely worn :)

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  21. I think it fits pretty good well and at $1.50 you've already gotten your investment back by wearing it once :)

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  22. I think that the skirt fits pretty darn good - and for $1.50, who cares?

    Courtney ~ http://sartorialsidelines.com

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  23. You are fakin' size zero really, really well, Lydia! That skirt looks like a perfect fit on camera.

    But I'm more focused on the horse shirt. The Teen bought a shirt with a horse print on it last week, at Delia's I think. Now I have to have a horse print shirt. You know, a cheap one. But I'm too old for Delia's :o

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  24. Love that skirt! Funny how price makes us forget the stupid things that would prevent us from buying an awesome piece of clothing ;)
    http://www.closet-fashionista.com/

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  25. Yessssssss! The infamous horse blouse returns! And what a steal on that skirt! It fits you perfectly! I'd never be able to pull off a size zero!

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  26. What a great find!! Who cares if the fabric wrinkles just by touching it? Size 0? pish posh! Looks great on you!

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  27. Cute outfit love your top!

    -Christine
    http://trendenvy.blogspot.com/

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  28. Love that top!
    And what a fab thrifting find!

    xoxox,
    CC

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  29. Ahhh linen drives me NUTS the way it wrinkles! But that skirt looks super cute on you, definitely worth $1.50 :)

    Annie
    The Other Side of Gray

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  30. It's a beautiful horse print shirt. I dislike linen for it's susceptibility to wrinkle but I love the feel of it.

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  31. i love the horses, so cute<3

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  32. Your outfit is adorable. I love love love the horse print shirt...what a lucky find.

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  33. Awesome find! One thing I've learned from thrifting is to ignore the size lable if it looks like it fits. That skirt fits you beautifully, so who cares what the tag says?

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  34. Ohhh I almost got this skirt in orange! Size zero actually looks pretty normal-- I thought my regular size was huge in the hips, but when I sized down it was far too small in the waist. You could do all white in this skirt, too, though I really like it with the navy horse shirt and hat!

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  35. My favorite shirt!! Yay for pairing it with a white skirt, makes it stand out even more :-)

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  36. This is pairing is so great. I am jealous. one because you fit in this skirt and two because you keep thrifting J. Crew for such a good price.

    www.living-thesuite-life.blogspot.com

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  37. Love, love this look! Simple, cool and cute!

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