Style Savvy DFW

Affordable Fashion for Every Day

Busy Days


8.15.14 necklaceI knew this day was going to be busy, but I still wanted to look put together. The denim shirt was comfortable in air conditioned spaces, but also not bad out in the heat (the very brief moments that I was actually out in it!) and the pants are, well, pretty awesome. I’ve always been a fan of Express Editor pants and these black beauties did not disappoint. They move well and are easy to wear for a long, full day of walking, bending and general activity.

Some of you have commented that my statement necklace combinations have been a little sparse. Well, yes because it’s been too darn hot to wear so much metal around my neck! In the summer I tend to wear smaller jewelry, but today’s ensemble just need the extra chunkiness of several necklaces. Some days you just have to. Have no fear, as the weather cools, you’ll see more necklace layering.

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What I wore:

Chambray shirt: Walmart
Editor black flare pants: Express
Kelly and Katie black pumps: DSW
Yellow statement necklace: CATO
Gold chain: LYDesign
Pearl strand: Claire’s Accessories

Frugally yours,


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