A group of 40-something bloggers got together to participate in a fun group style challenge to celebrate being forty, fun, and fabulous! What better theme to chose than color of the year, marsala, combined with the always classic wardrobe staple, denim. (Thanks, Sheela, for organizing and inviting me!)
Here’s my look …
The funny thing was when I got the email about this cool challenge, I had just posted this marsala and denim outfit. I decided I wanted to try something creative and different this time around! After all, middle age is a time in our lives when we feel confident enough to take risks, right? So here’s a dress, styled as a vest.
And it’s not the first time that I’ve played around styling this dress!
What do you think? A little wild, sure, but fun ….
My outfit details:
Lucky Brand jacket and necklace
Royalty for Me skinny pants
Madden Girl shoes
The Loft tank
Vintage Blue dress (wearing as a vest)
Let’s see what the rest of the fab 40 bunch came up with …
Kirsten of The LIFB Issue is looking so chic and on trend in her wide leg pants, striped top, and denim vest. Don’t you love her hair too?
Levi’s Denim Jacket
Topshop Crop Top
ASOS Wide Leg Trousers
The Rubz Bracelet
Sheela of Sheela Writes is looking foxy in this fab marsala coat and those sexy denim studded shoes.
H&M Marsala Tweed Jacket
Alexander McQueen Tank
Babushka Black Capris
Studded Denim Gladiator Booties
Grey Leather Weekend Millionaire Clutch
Jane of My Mifelife Fashion is casual perfection in boyfriend jeans, with a striped top, blazer, and that cute star scarf. Adorable!
Scarf – H&M
Sweatshirt – Boden
Blazer – Zara
Jeans – Zara
Trainers – Mango
And here’s Dixie of Inside Outer Style. Who looks so tall, lean, and chic in an oversized poncho sweater? This gal!
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