I am really loving the Perfect Shirt in Foil Dot. I bought it in Navy with the Silver Dots as I knew it would work with more things in my closet than the Ivory Gold. I tried several options and thought these two were my favorites. It also looks great under the Chandelier Sweatshirt in Gray, if you have it. I’m sure the Ivory Gold Foil will look great under the Ivory Chandelier Sweatshirt as well.

I am really surprised by how versatile it is. I found several more sweaters to layer with this top. I will probably try to pair the Lace Panel Top under a cardigan or over my Tartan Shirt (Stewart Plaid).


~ Perfect Shirt in Foil Dot, Navy ~
~ Lace Panel Top, Navy ~
~ Pilcro Stet Ankle Jeans ~
~ Tortoise Flower Necklace ~
~ Martina Wedges in Tortoise, J Crew (LK BennettBoots-J Crew)~


Bows and Dots! My Mini Bows Sweatshirt went missing in my closet but after packing some Summer clothes away I found it. I knew immediately it would go well with this shirt. I absolutely love this pairing and I was able to wear my Navy Booties with it too. I received several compliments on this sweatshirt. It’s really cute with the mini-bows and tiny rhinestones in the middle.


~ Perfect Shirt in Foil Dot, Navy, J Crew ~
~ Mini Bows Sweatshirt, J Crew (Sequin, Kate Spade) ~
~ Pilcro Stet Ankle Jeans ~
~ Anzio Bootie, Navy, Alberto Fermani (Gray, Open-Toe) ~

I knew the Tortoise accents would go great with the Foil Dot Shirt. If you can find the Mini-Bows Sweatshirt via re-sale I would highly recommend getting it. I’ll be sure to keep this front-and-center of my closet this time.

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The Embellished Tippi in Glen Plaid was not on my radar when it was released online. I am not in need of any more sweaters so I just glanced over that section. But, when I was in the store it immediately caught my eye. I loved the subtle sparkle all over the front and the glen plaid at the top.


My normal size Medium fit just fine in this sweater. I am used to the Tippi having 3/4-sleeves but this was full-arm sleeve-length. The embellishment are rhinestones and not sequins. They are on there pretty snugly but we’ll need to see what happens when it’s sent to the cleaners.


For a day of shopping I kept my outfit very simple with some older Pilcro Jeans and my comfortable Cole Haan ZeroGrand Sneakers.


I can’t wait to layer this with my Silk Blythe Blouse in Polka Dot.

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I wanted to wait for the Mixed Plaid Tunic to go on sale before purchasing it but once I saw it in the store I knew I had to bring it home with me. Anthropologie sent out an email about the tunic and various ways to style it which made me want it even more. Once I got home I decided to try my hand at styling this tunic at least three different ways. 

First, I knew I wanted to see how the tunic looked with my Frye Boots. I like the look of this styling better without the belt, which is an old J Crew belt. 

Next, I decided to try it with skinny jeans, using my Pilcro Ankle Stet. This time the belt works, probably because it is closer in color to my Terah Heels. I tied the dress in the front, like one of the styling images. I also tried this with leggings and a cardigan. It looked good but my navy cardigan didn’t match the blue leggings I had on so no pics for that. 
Lastly, I had to throw on some shoes to chase my pups who had snuck out of the yard and Husband made a comment that he liked the Converse Shoreline with the dress. 
The Mixed Plaid Tunic is such a versatile dress/tunic. I have on a size Small and it was a good fit. There is a navy slip underneath that I may swap out since it just fits my hips. Also, there’s a small button in the back to help with shaping. This is going to see a lot of wear this Spring and Summer. It can probably be a cute little cover-up around the pool too. 
Can you think of any other styling ideas for this tunic? 

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I had planned on seeing my niece play in a basketball tournament on Saturday but it was cancelled at the last minute due to the weather. I ended up running a few errands instead and then doing a little closet cleaning.The Tippi Houndstooth Sweater is such a pretty color. I forget that the Tippi is not a long-sleeve sweater so I had a little more cuff from my Polka-Dot Blythe Blouse {similar} exposed than I originally wanted. The Factory version of the sweater doesn’t have the Houndstooth shoulder patch but is still pretty.

I put tights under my trusty Pilcro Stet Ankle Jeans to be a little warmer during the day. I wanted to wear my Quinn Booties but since it was raining I didn’t want to mess up the suede. I use this spray but I still prefer not to wear my suede boots in wet weather. The Studded Strap Booties are a great pair of booties for wet weather. The sole is rubber so it grips the ground a little better.

In Wendy’s post yesterday, she posed the question “What ouftit would you wear every day?” I know in Winter and Spring, this outfit is probably what I would pick. I would switch out the heeled booties for my Cece’s but this is an outfit I am definitely comfortable in daily.

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I really cannot get enough of the Harvest Moon Poncho. It would have to be my favorite Winter purchase this year. Especially the Maize color. I honestly did not think I could find anything to wear with this color. It turns out, it’s just as versatile as the Ivory I purchased. The sweater color is perfect to bring out the mustard yellow color in the Plaid Shirt.

I have been switching from this darker color of the Pilcro Stet Slim Ankle Jeans and the lighter color that’s currently available now. I love the fit of them and they work so well with all my short boots.

See other outfits with the Harvest Moon Poncho here.

I need to figure out what I am going to do with my Short Chalet Boots. I love them and have worn them almost every day in Winter for the last three years. I like these over Uggs because they aren’t as wide-looking as Uggs. I bought a different-brand replacement insert I was hoping would fit but it was too snug. If I size down on the insert I think I’ll feel it. I’m so sad that it may be time to retire these boots. Any suggestions on shearling boots that aren’t too chunky and wide-looking?

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