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4.21.14 Gray and Pink

4.21.14 Accessories

I am a firm believer in accessories, as is evidenced by my ever growing, ever changing collection of necklaces, earrings, bracelets and scarves. Accessories are the fastest and most often the least expensive way to update an outfit.  Today’s outfit would have been very plain without the addition of the hot pink bubble necklace, polka dot scarf and printed bangle. And none of those things cost more than $10.00!! The bubble necklace was purchased several years ago at a J Crew Factory Outlet ($7.00). The scarf is from Sam Moon and I think I paid all of $3.00 for it. The bangle bracelet was an easy DIY: recycled plastic bangle, ribbon and some glue. Seriously, so easy.

What I wore:

Converse gray sweater: Target
Merona hot pink tank: Target
Merona boyfriend jeans: Target
Xhileration gray ballet flats: Target
Hot Pink Bubble necklace: J Crew Factory Outlet
Polka Dot scarf: Sam Moon
Ribbon bangle bracelet: LYDesigns

Frugally yours,

Lori

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2 thoughts on “Accessories

  1. bizziewithlizzie@nc.rr.com on said:

    This is my new favorite outfit that you’ve worn! Absolutely love it!!

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