Tuesday, September 11, 2012

lace and chambray

top: J Crew, skirt: me, shoes: 9 West, necklace: c/o A Beautiful Heart, wrists: Michael Kors, Juicy, Forever 21

I decided to revisit my Lace for Days skirt and pair it with the ever versatile chambray top.  I really like the mixture of feminine lace mixed with something slightly casual.  And why not throw on a big sparkly necklace for good measure.  Or if you were my 3 year old, it would be a big sprinkly necklace.  Either adjective is acceptable in my book.

In other news, I got my first shipment in of these babies for my upcoming clothing line.  It will be the first piece available in the line and it is really fun to see everything coming together.  I don't want to give too much away but I'll give you a hint....the skirt is long and awesome and rhymes with taxi.  Just have to finish up a few lose ends and we will be up and running!  DAYS people!  I'm talking days!


  1. Love lace and chambray. I'm totally making that skirt when I'm not pregnant anymore.

  2. AAHhh!! So excitied for you!!!


  3. I really need to make myself a skirt like that. Oh, for some spare time...;)

    Eeep, I'm so excited for the shop!!

  4. I love big sprinkly necklaces too! LOL! Can't wait to see what you have in store! xoxo

  5. Such a perfect combination. The skirt is amazing!

  6. I love this outfit! I love how you are posting your outfits! Great inspiration :)

    How did you start your clothing line? Did you send your sketches or patterns away to a clothing manufacturer?

    1. Thanks Alanna! I have been working with a clothing producer that lives in my same county. So I have been able to meet with her and give her the pieces and patterns I have that I want manufactured and she basically takes it from there with the textile and clothing factories.

  7. That is 10000000% something I would wear. Every day. I found an outdated lace shirt at the thrift store a while back that I want to refashion into a skirt--but something's wrong with the tension in my sewing machine and I haven't been able to sew for MONTHS. Travesty. However, I will always love your lace-for-days skirt, and someday when I find the perfect trim, I'll make it too!


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