October 15, 2012

TIED UP


TARGET TEE, THRIFTED DRESS

An outtake from this summer. On Friday it started raining again and I already miss the light.

19 comments:

Unknown said...

love the tied skirt look



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Jan said...

That's a great idea. I shall try that. You should move to LA if you like sunshine, we have a surplus of that here ;)

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Anna said...

I really like the idea
PS you have a wonderful flat!

xx
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Jennifer said...

Love it

xo Jennifer

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Annie Chang said...

fabulous skirt!

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Signe said...

Such a simple idea, but it looks absolutely amazing, definately have to try that with one of my skirts or dresses :)

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Unknown said...

Beautiful !!!

Cristine Arroyo said...

i love this look!
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kath said...

Please blog more, lovely.
Miss your posts.

xoxo

Sheraz Butt said...

I really like the idea
PS you have a wonderful flat!

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Sheraz Butt said...

Congratulations! you have a wonderful flat!

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Pat said...

prety

staklene bombone | hard candies said...

I love tying up skirts and shirts - that's the most effortless way to make them look different:)
oh, you, disappearing sun... I understand you so well in that!

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miriam said...

same here in sthlm but i love the rain so i don't mind :)

miriam said...

btw. just wanted to say that i'm so glad yr back <3

Dominika said...

great combo!


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Marie said...

cool

Isa said...

Yes, beautifully done! Does it make it harder to walk at all?

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cheap prom dresses said...

The shot that killed me is the third from the bottom on the right. The layers. The oversized cozy masculine sweater over sheer plaid over sheer floral. Sheer layering genius (excuse the pun, I couldn't help myself).