27 September 2010 – Black and White Week, Day 1

September 27th, 2010 § 11 comments

27 September 2010 – Black and White Week, Day 1, originally uploaded by academichic.


Cardigan: Banana Republic, free from clothing swap
Top: Forever 21
Belt: Target
Skirt: thrifted
Shoes: Madden Girl, via DSW

End Notes:

E.’s black and white week, day one.

Lace Neckline, originally uploaded by academichic.

Pearl Buttons, originally uploaded by academichic.

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§ 11 Responses to 27 September 2010 – Black and White Week, Day 1"

  1. Kari says:

    Beautiful shades and textures, E. I especially love that long pencil skirt. I look forward to the combinations you come up with in your black and white week.

  2. Licia says:

    What a wonderful coincidence. This morning I was pondering about what to wear, as today is unseasonably warm, and decided on a black and white outfit. I think of that combo as something better fit for the Spring time so I was happy to see this outfit today giving me a little assurance :-)

  3. I assume you’re heading into your candidacy exams…? If so, I wish you the best of luck (not that you will need it)!

    I love the buttons on that cardi!

  4. chic as per usual! Nice thrift score on the brocade skirt.

  5. Clare says:

    I really adore this. The details really make the outfit!

  6. Frances Joy says:

    I can’t wait to see what you do with these pieces for the rest of the week. You look stunning.

  7. m says:

    This outfit looks fabulous, and I really like the idea of severely limiting one’s options as a way to stay sane while challenging oneself. Also, I adore my clothes swap finds. Perhaps I will challenge myself to wear a clothes swap garment every day this week :)

  8. Bekah Mae says:

    Oooh…who doesn’t love a beautifully tailored pencil skirt?!

  9. Terri says:

    I much admire the fabric in the skirt!

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  11. Rebecca says:

    I love classic black and white, and the details of these pieces make the look really interesting.

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