10/6/14

Printed Primaries

Hi guys, how was your weekend?  Mine included a mini thrifting road trip, and R came along so we could explore the town and grab lunch too.  We had the best tasting soda at lunch that I have ever had, and I am not even a huge soda drinker at all.  I got PINK cream soda and R got root beer, and I think I would drive the hour back just to have another one!






Outfit Details
Grey Beanie - thrifted (similar)
Mustard Cardigan - c/o Oasap
Striped Shirt Dress - c/o Oasap
Skirt - Vintage (similar)
Shoes - (similar/ cute plaid version!)

A favorite way for me to transition into cooler weather is with a primary color palette.  Anyone else feel the same?  When I was thrifting this weekend all of the navy blues and red were catching my eye, as is evident in this photo I shared on instagram with me and all my loot!  This skirt is also one of my finds, and lets just say it won't be going in the shop just yet, I am in love!  And perhaps it was a bit crazy to mix the tartan with this striped dress (worn as a top) but WHATEVER its my blog and I like it!

October marks the start to the busy shop season, which is amazing but means I'm busy busy busy trying to keep it fully stocked and updated before my big trip to Italy at the end of the month!  Thanks so much for the recommendations you guys left so far, and definitely keep them coming!
xo Hannah

p.s. I FINALLY figured out why my photos always had the weird purple blue tint to them recently and it was such an easy fix.  So yeah, if you were thinking I was a smurfette for the last few months, I'm not, and this is what my skin tone actually looks like ;)


20 comments:

  1. cute :)

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  2. Love love LOVE your mustard cardi! I agree with primary colors being very suitable for fall. That, and earthy colors (browns, oranges, olives). Love your whole outfit!

    xo, Serli
    www.lesoleilchic.blogspot.com

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  3. Great outfit! I am wearing more primary colors too this season. That pink cream soda sounds amazing!

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  4. Pink soda sounds dreamy and you know what else is dreamy? That red plaid. I am dying to add some of that pattern into my wardrobe! I love the mix of prints you have going on, yeeee for Fall!

    ♥ perfectly Priya

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  5. I love the mix of patterns and colors here! I feel like I go crazy with primary colors in the summer, I think I'm making up for the lack of layering possibilities with bold hues :) Sounds like a fun getaway- some of my favorite day trips with Brian are our thrifting outings!

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  6. Glad the blue tone was just a camera glitch and you're not actually that color. And I loved the mixing of prints, too! I wish I could be as gutsy as you are and try some bolder patters because you did a fantastic job! I Love it!
    Xo Amanda | httpp://sansscrubs.blogspot.com

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  7. Great photos, keep it up..
    Check out my blog in return and don't hesitate to post some comments!
    www.hersatisfashion.com ♡

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  8. I just stumbled upon your blog and i love your style. It's so unique and eye catching. This outfit looks so well on you, amd I'm loving the mustard cardigan.

    XOXO JuJu
    http://www.jujusmoments.com/

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  9. What a fun outfit, I love mixing patterns. Also a trip to Italy! That is so exciting! I went to Rome 6 years ago! It was such a beautiful place! You're going to love it. I also can't wait to follow along with your trip there. I love living vicariously through other bloggers :)
    Justine
    http://theredlipchronicles.blogspot.com

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  10. I LOVE the patterns here! And your layering. So perfect. I'm so glad you figured out why your camera was tinting everything weird! I hate it when that happens and then I can't figure out why.
    xo
    Kristina
    www.eccentricowl.com

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  11. Wow, that must have been SOME soda! I totally get it though, I've felt that connection with ice-cream and burgers. If I could only remember where they were...

    I, for one, am a major fan of your daring sartorial choice. I've never seen a mixed pattern that I didn't like!

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