Pinterest Parallels [Vol. 18]

Office Appropriate Outfits - Spring · Pinterest Parallels

When I was chatting with Katie from Personally Paleo on Saturday she was asking me about whether or not I had any series on my blog. Well, of course I do! Style Imitating Art, to mention just one. But it reminded me that I hadn’t done a Pinterest Parallel in awhile. So here’s one for you.

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Cardigan – Old Navy (similar) | Dress – Neiman Marcus Outlet (similar) | Boots – Sam Edelman c/o Shopbop (same) | Scarf – NYC street vendor (similar

I based it on this outfit that I saved on Pinterest. I mean, it’s pretty simple. A black dress with brown riding boots, a tan cardigan, and a leopard print scarf. I’ve had items like this in my closet for years. I even have two “little black dresses” that would have worked for this outfit.

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Jason and I took these photos outside my parents’ house. They live on a golf course and this tunnel goes underneath the road. I was hoping that it would be less windy down there but, alas, not so much. Also, we forgot our camera so we borrowed one from my parents. Resourceful, that’s us.

looplooks.net occasionally receives vendor/ brand sponsorships for mentioning their products and services…..like these boots. 

8 replies on “Pinterest Parallels [Vol. 18]

  1. Bethany @ Accidental Intentions

    I’m hoping to try to do Pinterest Parallels-style dressing once I start my new job. I’m worried about falling into a rut with wearing the same outfit combinations over and over and over again, but it looks like Pinterest could be a FANTASTIC source of inspiration for that sort of thing, which I could definitely use!

  2. Emily @ Out and About

    I have always heard that you shouldn’t mix brown and black, and that you should never wear shoes that are a lighter color than your hosiery – but this outfit is super sharp! Certain style rules definitely get broken well, so to speak. =)

  3. Fra

    Erin I dressed casually today like you! I took inspiration from internet … but I wore the ankle boots and the only color scarf. here is explaining what we wanted … an animal touch!

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