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SIA: A different version of red, white and blue

Casual Clothes · Office Appropriate Outfits - Spring · Style Imitating Art

Last week we saw the Turkish textile pattern that Jen chose for this week’s Style Imitating Art.  I fully admit that I struggled a a bit with coming up with an outfit. I don’t have much in the way of florals, I don’t own anything paisley, and I think it’s just a tad too early in the year to dress in colors I associate with the Fourth of July.

Still, I think I managed to put together something that fits the bill.

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Jacket – Langford Market (similar and on sale until 4/7!) | Top – The Limited (similar) | Jeans – American Eagle Outfitters (same) | Shoes – Loeffler Randall c/o Shopbop (similar) | Bracelets – gifts (similar

I kept most of my blues in the denim family and added the bright blue with just my shoes. Jen had also written that dots were a motif that was common in these textiles so that’s the pattern I chose. Plus, the top is red and white which goes with the fabric she chose.

Want to see how other people interpreted this week’s prompt? Check out Jen’s blog tomorrow!

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In other news, I did a really fun interview with Sherry of Save, Spend Splurge that you can read here. She asked me about my clothing budget, how I learned about spending and saving money, and a variety of other topics. Plus, reading her editor’s comments is always a good time!

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6 replies on “SIA: A different version of red, white and blue

  1. Mike

    I think that this is a great interpretation, Erin! Your denim jacket matches perfectly with the blue that’s in the pattern.

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