August 22, 2012

Passion for Fashion: Chambray & Pleats



I’ve shared several times about my recent style adventure (from the big closet clean-out to my learning about which styles work for me). Still I’ve been hesitant to showcase fashion pictures of myself here on the blog. Southern Belle Simple is definitely not a fashion blog, but I do have a passion for fashion so I’m jumping in with today’s post.

My biggest complaint about fashion blogs is that the style they illustrate often seems unattainable, but I believe it’s possible to feel great in your clothes, even on a budget. My mission for SBS is to show that I’m just a normal girl like anyone else and that everything I do, you can do, too! (if you want to, I mean).

The look on the left inspired me to put together my own version (above right). Everything I’m wearing was either thrifted, gifted or purchased off a clearance rack, which allows me to experiment with trends without spending a lot of money.

So that’s my first fashion post. I’m linking up with the pleated poppy for her “What I Wore Wednesday” if you want to hop over and see the styles of other folks. Happy Wednesday friend!

{Skirt – Belk; shirt – Levi’s/thrifted; belt – Target; purse – Jessica Simpson/TJ Maxx; shoes – thrifted; bracelet – souvenir from my mom’s trip to Charleston}

6 comments:

  1. Love love love love love!!!!!!!! You look awesome! And i love the topknot! That belt!! So cute!! I love everything!

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  2. very cute! looks great with your pretty hair, too! :)

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  3. Love the entire outfit! Very cute!!

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  4. GREAT POST:)
    Your blog is so wonderful and Im following...I hope you follow me also:)

    If you want some cute swedish decor inspiration...check out my new post:)

    Have a great week dear

    LOVE Maria at inredningsvis.se
    (sweden)

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  5. love this look! i love that you style is realistic as well. that's what i strive for!

    Chioma
    C’s Evolution of Style

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  6. very cute outfit. I wish more blogs & magazines would show more affordable outfits.

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Lay it on me y'all!