Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Déjà vu

I feel like I've worn this outfit before. I looked through my archives and didn't find it, but maybe it's in a post I forgot to label. This shirt and these pants are such a natural fit that it feels like I must have worn them together before. I added the leopard print hat for a touch of quirkiness, and also because I start to get uncomfortable when my outfits match too much.

I've said it before, and I'll say it again: these pants were some of the best $60 I've ever spent. They're a beautiful color, a beautiful fit, and way more comfortable than any of my jeans. They're definitely a pair of pants that I will wear until they fall apart.

[Side note: Today I'm doing a guest post over at Danica's blog goodheart! She's doing a week of guest posts celebrating her first anniversary of living in Portland, and I did a post about the beautiful Rose Garden - check it out here!]

Floral shirt: Georgia tee from StyleMint
Red corduroy pants: Anthropologie
Faux leather jacket: Forever 21, from Jen Loves Kev's closet sale
Black purse: thrifted from Salvation Army
Leopard print hat: Albertus Swanepoel for Target
Spider necklace: Bauble Bar
Brown belt: thrifted
Bracelet: In Pink


  1. This is a lovely outfit! I agree that the top and pants go perfectly together! Of course I totally love the hat!



  2. I love when you wear these pants! (Though I am sweating just looking at you) They are so flattering on you and, yes, a gorgeous color. I love that you added the leopard hat too for good measure.

    1. While most of the country has delightfully warm summer weather right now, we in Oregon have 55 degrees and rain. Oh well, at least I have cute pants to wear :)

  3. I just saw your post on Danica's blog. Gorgeous photos from the Rose Garden!

  4. You're right, that top is perfect for those pants! I love this outfit and covet those pants every time you wear them.

  5. Love that 70's vibe, so cute!

  6. those are some great pants, and as far as i'm concerned, if i didn't blog it, it never happened. haha.
    Chic on the Cheap


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