Sunday, January 19, 2014

Owl Studies

I thought it fitting to wear this Anthropologie shirt on volunteer day to my daughter's classroom since they are in the process of studying owls.  Because of the warmer temperatures I decided to wear this old skirt from Banana Republic.  The tag has the name Harrison on it, so I am assuming that is the style name.  The longer full skirt length reminds me of the late 40's, so it has a fun vintage feel to it.                           

I was able to buy this necklace for $24 after a salesperson located one for me.  It was one of those difficult items to find since I had forgotten the style name.  So I went to Ebay and typed in Anthropologie ribbon necklaces which brought up the Caldana.  From there I was able to use the style name to find one through an Anthropologie search. 

Shirt:  Anthropologie Creature Feature top.
Skirt:  Old Banana Republic.    
Cardigan:  J.Crew Factory Clare in grey.  Colors for Clare Cardigan at this time.
Necklace:  Anthropologie Caldana.
Shoes:  Target Mossimo Ona flat.








8 comments:

  1. I like that your outfits are often thematic and are made to match whatever you're doing that day. How fun! And I agree, that necklace is fab. Anthro has had some gorgeous statement necklaces as of late. They're so fun to play around with because they add so much personality and flair to plainer outfits.

    Liz

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  2. Thank you for the sweet compliment! Having themes makes blogging and dressing more fun. And yes, the Anthro necklaces have been great lately. I'm glad I have my birthday discount this month to use towards a few that I have had my eye on. I wonder what spring and summer will bring as we ease out of winter.
    Have a great day,
    Stacey

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  3. That owl shirt is awesome. I came so very close to purchasing it and after seeing it on you, I have regrets. It is so cute. But you made it so ladylike with the pretty wool skirt.

    I love that necklace. Did the kids say anything about your shirt? I bet they noticed it!

    Jenni

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    1. Hi,

      Keep your eye out because the owl shirt keeps popping back. I like the green bird one too. I almost bought the Hedgehog one because I saw it on your blog, but then I got buyers remorse because I was buying a few necklaces with my birthday discount. One necklace was on sale for the same price as the shirt, $29, and I just went with the necklace instead.
      The necklace is worth what I paid for it, $24. It's cute but it looks sooo much better in the advertisement. It's kind of flopsy and the flowers hang down so you have to keep adjusting it.
      Take care,
      Stacey

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  4. Hi Stacey!

    Love your new brown background for your blog! I too have an older knee length beige skirt from BR. I love it and have been looking for another one to replace it for the past few years. It's like they don't make knee length beige skirts anymore. Love how you styled it with the owl tee. And those navy flats are super cute.
    xo,cynthia

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  5. Hi,

    Thank you! Now I want to see your Banana skirt on your blog. I am missing the retro skirts. There seems to be more short skirts right now, which is OK for summer, but I do prefer variety. I hope J.Crew brings back the longer skirts as well.
    It's fun picking new backgrounds. I'm still trying to figure this blogging thing! For example, I listed my favorite bloggers but now need to figure out how to have it showcased on the right hand side, like the other blogs!
    Oh and I'm loving the Payless flats!
    Thanks for stopping by,
    Stacey

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  6. Love this combo with the owl shirt! I have that one too and need to wear it more often.

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    1. Thank you! Yes, this owl shirt is too cute and has great colors in it. I feel the same way about a lot of my clothes in that I need to wear them more. Hopefully we will be seeing your owl shirt in future blogs.
      Have a great day,
      Stacey

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