This is a special Fab 40’s post for me. This will be the end of my 40’s! I can’t believe it. Next month, I’ll be turning that magic special number 50! Expect a whole post (or ten) about that, but today it’s all about goodbye to my 40’s.
And this month the Fab 40’s picked boho for a theme. I couldn’t be happier about that! I think it’s the perfect swan song for me.
Do you love the cool look of pattern mixing but aren’t sure if you’re doing it right or you just don’t have the time to bother with it? This top is the perfect solution! The patterns are pre-mixed! Stripes on the front with a leopard herringbone pattern on the back. Love this! Of course like most style bloggers, I’m happy to mix patterns on my own, but I still love this top!
And hey, I finally found some boyfriend jeans I really like.
Yay Old Navy!
Mixed pattern top – Charlotte Tarantola (Details Willow Glen) (exact sweater here, two other cute sweaters here & here)
With President’s Day just around the corner and the Pats winning the Superbowl, I decided it was time to pull out my cute patriotic sweater from Mod Cloth! Oh and of course, it has hearts for Valentine’s Day too!
And you all know I enjoy throwing some plaid into the mix these days!
Outfit details: Patriotic sweater – ModCloth, plaid shirt – Ci Sono (Marshalls), Distressed “Flirt” jeans and slip on sneakers – Old Navy, red bag – London Fog, Bifocal sunnies – Readers.com
A huge thanks to all the fab bloggers who linked up for FUN FASHION FRIDAY last week! Here’s just a few of my fav looks…
Cherie of Style Nudge in this fabulous plaid duster! Also love the cuffed jeans and wicked hot shoes!
I shopped my own closet and this is what I came up with. I was really happy with the classic color combination and the easy sophistication of the outfit. I’ve been wanting to try my knee-high boots with my cropped pants and was happy to find they looked quite cute together (though it’s a bit hard to tell in the photos).
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