Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Cost Per Wear

I thrifted some real gems over the summer. I’ve gotten multiple uses out of this belt and bag (photo at bottom), and the shirt and skirt are entering heavy rotation, as well. I love a good cost per wear!


Shirt, Worthington (thrifted). Skirt, thrifted (no label). Belt, thrifted. Bag, faux D&G (thrifted). Shoes, Two Lips. Bracelet, Pangaea. Necklace, Macy’s.


13 comments:

WendyB said...

Great color combo!

Sherry said...

WOW!!!! I absolutely LOVE this!!!! Great color blocking and I love the mustard with the royal blue!! Fantastic belt and bag and necklace - I just can't stop I love it all so much!! I love your blog!! :)

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Patti @ NotDeadYet Style said...

Oh yeah, way to use color! Love the retro shoes. What's lowest cost per wear you've ever calculated? (over zero?)

Sarah said...

good cost per wear is awesome! I didnt even notice your wearing that skirt a lot, you remix it so differently every time..looks great!

Kasmira said...

Patti - the red skirt I wore yesterday cost 40 cents and I've worn it 9 times. That makes its current CPW a shade over $.04!

Celynne said...

Love the blue colour of that skirt! Bang! :D And that big cuff is nice too. Awesome outfit.

Closet Fashionista said...

Ooh loving this outfit!! It is so fun! :D Love the colors together :)
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Sal said...

Mmm, mustard and cobalt. Two of my current faves, and they look great together!

Debbi@SheAccessorizesWell said...

You have such amazing style. I love the necklace! That is one fantastick piece. It has a bit of an egyptian vibe.

The Man Of Bronze said...

I really DIG this outfit...and the colors are VIBRANT. Well done!

freeda said...

I never would have paired that mustardy gold with a royal blue but I love it! Hmmm... what do I have that could do that?

The Tote Trove said...

The mustard, cobalt blue, and red trifecta is rad :)

Sheila said...

I LOVE this colour combo! It has a very Egyptian feel, especially with that gold collar.