Style Savvy DFW

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Singing the Blues


 

2.24.15a

Good grief, when Texas decides to finally have winter, it doesn’t mess around. Sleet Sunday night and Monday, roads freezing over tonight and snow (yes, SNOW) in the forecast for tomorrow. Crazy.

I wore this outfit for a gig over the weekend – I really like tops like this because they hide whatever needs hiding. I will definitely be wearing similar tops all the way through Spring. A girl has to stick with what works!

Today’s Outfit:

Cobalt blue top: Sample Sale
Denim leggings: GAP
Black boots: White House/Black Market

Have a lovely, healthy day!

Lori

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One thought on “Singing the Blues

  1. Carolina on said:

    So happy to have found you on pinterest this morning. Your very affordable and creative approach to casual clothing is the answer to my prayers. I have too many clothes most of which I never wear and I’m not good at putting a look together. Signed up for your e-mail and looking forward to your spring and summer posts.

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