Saturday, November 13, 2010

Thrift Date

I met Reva for a thrifting trip today. I knew she’d appreciate leopard leggings with my fugly dress, even if Beefy thought it a bit much.


Dress, Jams World (thrifted). Sweater, Bloch. Leggings, Xhilaration. Boots, Diba. Earrings, Urban Outfiters. Bag, Coldwater Creek.



Photos by Beefy Muchacho

17 comments:

Pixie Needle said...

I love everything about this outfit. Separately they don't go, but together every thing just looks so nice! Hearts!

Hannah said...

As a teenager, I admire your risk and actually think it's pretty awesome! :)

Pimpinela said...

cute*

Stitchy Witch said...

I love it! I just found your blog and went back through the archives - I love your style, and I'll definitely be following you!

pelusawp said...

Wow! It's amazing!
I'm still a little afraid of mixing patterns, but it's really encouragin see how organic you can make those mix. Love it!

lawyerdoll said...

I'm with Beefy on this one...

Dreeden said...

When bold and wild are put together with reserve and calm in one fashion ensemble you get one memorable outfit.

Sarah said...

I really love all of the colors in this look. Very cute. And your boots are fabulous!

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Sheila said...

Actually, the leggings go great with all the other patterns in the skirt - it all just blends together.

Hope you had a fun shopping trip!

Nilcha's Fashion Chronicles said...

i really like the dress n i don't think its fugly.
btw thanks for visiting my blog :)

RETRO REVA said...

I had a great time!
and I LOVED this outfit :)
I forgot to tell ya how cool your earrings were as well.
Thanks for a terrific day.
xXx
Reva

sacramento said...

You pull off that outfit wonderfully!!! Love, love the clash of colours and textures.
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Leslie aka "MissusSmartyPants" said...

Definitely colorful...but it's YOU! Love the boots for sure!

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Rachel said...

I disagree with lawyerdoll and Beefy...I think you have enough neutrals going on so it doesn't make it "too much." The really only pops of color are your dress and your purse. The leopard print is only neutrals, so it works. At least for me it does! ;)

Jenny said...

Kasmira, I have read your blog for a while but never commented.I went thrifting last week and was channelling my inner-Kasmira. I bought some awesome Banana Republic jeans, a Gap blazer, and some cook retro beads a la Mrs. Roper from Three's Company. (From the Fairfield Goodwill- if I had been without children I know I would have spent a lot more time and money there!) I was so excited to wear them! I am a stay at home mom to three kiddos so I don't get the chance to wear a lot of dressy clothes, nor do I have the funds to buy all I'd like to buy, but I do love to read your posts. You have inspired me to dig in my closet and my jewelry box to be a little more adventurous. Thanks for sharing your ideas. I love all the Cincy backdrops by the way!

WendyB said...

I bet all eyes were on you!