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I’m starting a series of posts on how to style the same piece of clothing several different ways, just by changing the accessories, called, “Let Me Count the Ways.” I’m excited about this because I truly believe you don’t have to have tons of clothes in order to look pulled together. Most of the items you’ll see in the following photos come from secondhand stores, factory or outlet stores, and Goodwill.
Edited: Check out “Let Me Count the Ways: Little Black Dress“ here!
For this post, I’m using a floral, knee-length, lined pencil skirt from the Ann Taylor Factory Store as my base piece. When I bought this skirt, I made sure it was a style that flattered my body type, that felt comfortable, was well made, was versatile, and was on sale!
Here we go!
Lightweight blue scarf, gray knit top, nude patent heels, and a personalized bracelet
Kelly green cable knit sweater, nude heels, nautical themed necklace, and a studded bracelet
Subtle patterned blue button up shirt, gray short sleeved sweater, statement necklace, tan suede wedges, and a gray bracelet
Black v-neck sweater, black matte tights, plaid blanket scarf, black heels, and a gray bracelet
Embellished t-shirt, black textured cardigan, black wedge sandals, studded bracelet and a gray bracelet
Plum knit top, chunky gray infinity scarf, pendant necklace, black matte tights, black heels and a gold bracelet
Striped t-shirt, jean jacket, statement necklace, and black wedge sandals
Royal blue blouse, embellished gray cardigan, statement necklace, and tan suede wedges
Oooops! My pink toenails snuck in this photo!
Cream blouse, gray jacket, statement necklace, and nude heels
Chambray shirt, lightweight scarf, black wedges, and a cream bracelet
“One’s life does not consist in the abundance of possessions.” Luke 12:15b
Gracia y paz,
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