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I See Your Tracks

As mentioned last week, I'm supposed to be trying new silhouettes more this year--not because I have to, but because I want to. I don't really feel a need to explore the avante guarde, anything that doesn't feature a full skirt is pretty much outside of my normal. So, I decided to pull out one of my pencil skirts; there was a period in time where I wore these fairly often...

Outfit details:
thrifted skirt
Jeffrey Campbell heeled loafers
Juicy Couture purse

26 comments:

Asher said...

I just love this look on you. That sweater is adorable and that pencil skirt is gorgeous :)

Vartanova Kristina said...

perfect! great idea to use pensil skirt in such way)

Clara-J said...

amazingly cute outfit! it's always good to try new things and a pencil skirt is defintly a good way to start with =)

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L'armadio del delitto said...

This pencil skirt is just perfect on you! New silhouette, but still your style.

toridawn said...

I know I'm supposed to be focusing on your choice of wearing a pencil skirt...but I STILL can't get over how perfectly you wear that pixie. I hope you keep it awhile longer:)

Shelly said...

I'm so used to seeing your lovely full skirted silhouette that when you try a new outline, it throws me off. Ah, the comforts of a reader. The outfit is perfect and very becoming on you. I look forward to new undertakings!

Femke said...

Love the jumper! Oh, and love Midnight in Paris too :)

xoxo, Femke On the Button

modern milly said...

Love the mix of colours, teal and mustard are so nice together and what a cute print on your sweater. Love it! x

P.S. I loved Midnight in Paris too, the 1920's costumes were fab.

Jennifer King said...

Love it. This is a very flattering look for you!

stephanie / those tricks said...

Like the silhouette change up.
Also love it when you don pony print!

Mariana said...

It looks great! I like seeing a pencil skirt worn in a casual way, I don't know why I have this idea that pencil skirts are more formal... you make it look comfy and casual.

Mariana.

libby said...

i LOVE that sweater! horse prints are my favorite!

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WearAbouts said...

great sweater...the horses trotting accross it are SO FAB! <3
Rory
www.WearAboutsBlog.com
CHICTOPIA

Rosaspina Vintage said...

Oh this shape is so flattering on you Rebecca! And maybe the fact that the skirt is still a little short makes it really you. Adorable!
Ale
x

sk said...

I LOVE horse prints. I don't even like horses but seem to buy horse print things all of the time! Great blog!

http://soffiek.blogspot.com/ xx

Phara said...

Love the mustard yellow with the petrol blue, gorgeous and lovely heels too!
X

Adelaide's Homesewn said...

this is THE best outfit. the colors, the silhouette, everything.

Fashion Inciter said...

Love that skirt. Great fabric and length.

Jacqueline, melon-heart said...

You look just as lovely in a pencil skirt as you do in a full skirt! Since the sweater hits around the waist area, it still nips you in and looks flattering in my opinion. :]

beina said...

This outfit is wonderful!!!
Compliments!!!

Une parisienne... said...

Lovely outfit, I love the colors !
Trip in my dressing

Syed said...

Loving the mustard & dark green combo. And wow at your legs in that last photo!

Loren said...

I love a good pencil skirt. This is a really cute look. And those shoes are awesome!

Jamie Rose said...

Very cute! I really love the sweater layered over the white button down. They look great with your pencil skirt. And your skirt is such a great color too!

Le FreakS said...

you're so beautiful!!! *__* i've just found your blog, i love your style!!! :D kisses

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Rebecca Jane said...

Love this look! I always enjoy the horse-print garments you seem to have on rotation - so cute, and you always style them in such a pretty way