Friday, October 07, 2011

edgy romantic

Meet one of my besties who always takes her style to another level.  She's the one in the office who inspires on a daily basis, the one whose outfit you find yourself subconsciously copying and not realizing it until you feel like single white female walking around the office.

Here she perfects this romantic look with a floral blouse and wispy pulled back hair, all while keeping her innate kickin style with the rockin boots and armful of goodies.  And love, love the juxtaposition of the feminine blouse with the edgy skull bauble charm.  

She is also the inspiration behind my post on doubling belts as bracelets.  
The girl has style. Check her out on tumblr here.

you can find the necklace at this etsy shop

Who inspires you?

Linking up with Kori for Fashion Fridays!


City Girl Chicago said...

love this! the little skull necklace works so well here!

Kari said...

Cute necklace!

Jaclyn Kaye said...

Love the bracelets! So cute. Happy to have found you through Blonde Episodes. Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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Danielle (elleinadspir) said...

She looks great, I can see why she inspires you. Have a great weekend!

Haute Dog said...

you are way too kind! You inspire me on a daily :) xo.

Dawn said...

Honestly, you are so funny. You had me at edgy. Love the comment about single white female. She does look super hip. Dawn Suitcase Vignettes xo

Jennifer said...

I love her boots!!
Thanks for following and entering my giveaway!!
Love your blog name!!
Have a great weekend!


Stopping by from Blonde Episodes Fashion Friday Blog Hop! Love that skull necklace!

The City Boy said...

love the outfit. I love when people wear a ton of bracelets and stuff on their wrists because there is usually good stories behind them

Kori Donahue said...

Loving this...your friend is adorable! I'm so glad you could link up honey! Have a great weekend. Kori xoxo

STYLE'N said...

That's a great idea...a couple of months ago I just took a few strands of my necklaces and wore them as bracelets.

The Suburb Experiment said...

Wow. I can see why you like her style! I wish I still worked around fashionable ladies - law enforcement is the wrong field for outfit inspiration. :) But having a uniform is nice for those I-don't-know-what-to-wear days. Silver linings, right?