Monday, May 29, 2017

Random selection

      Do you have these moments when you stand in front of your closet and don't have any idea what you want to wear right now. You have mixed up feelings coming from "I don't have anything to wear..." In your mind you are trying different clothes on and not liking anything at the moment. It was exactly what felt standing and looking at my clothes.

      Finally, I chose the new culottes I bought recently at Anthropologie and a long cardigan, which was hanging in my closet at least for a year with a tag on. At first, it looked like a weird combination - a long cardigan and short pants, but when I tried it on, I really liked it. Unfamiliarly, but pretty interesting.

      We went to Philadelphia and I was surprised how many compliments I got from people on the streets.  It was a bit of a risky outfit for me to wear, but it turned out that it worked out well.

      Sometimes, it is a good thing to go out of our comfort zone and enjoy something that is totally not ours. And by the end of the day it became one of my favorite outfit I've created by chance. I felt very comfortable in it.












Cardigan and Cullotes - Anthropologie, Top and Earrings -Express, Shoes - BCBGeneration
Clutch - Olga's gift, Sunglasses - Ralph Lauren

Linking up with:   http://www.notdressedaslamb.com,


Photos by Evgeny Verivski

4 comments:

  1. Tatiana, I think this outfit is perfect for you. The hair adds a dimension, too. Congratulations, too, on the link to notdresssedasalamb! Good for you. (An aside, culottes used to be short (at the knee) and capris were between the knee and ankle, but maybe the fashion world has expanded the definition of culottes. I loved wearing culottes in my late teens and twenties. I hope they come back.

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    1. Madeline, I love all your comments! Thank you so much for your time! I have never worn culottes before, it's something new for me. But I think they add style to the outfit.

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  2. I love your chic style! I really am going to try to replicate your outfit I love it so much! Thank you for joining Ladies Who Link Up and I hope you will join us next week! Peace!
    Cheryl Tucker
    http://www.northwestmountainliving.com

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    1. Thank you so much, Cheryl! I'll be happy to be a part of your Link Up. There are so many great, stylish, interesting ladies!

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