A: To The Farmer’s Market

February 25th, 2011 § 4 comments

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I think this last look was my second favorite outfit I styled at Banana Republic.  I loved the casual playful vibe of the whole look and could easily see every piece being used on a regular basis as part of my casual wardrobe.   I imagine this as the perfect outfit for those first visits of the season to the farmer’s market or taking the kids I watch to the zoo.
I loved the print, color, and the ruffles on this shirt but wasn’t crazy about the cut.  Many of the shirt at BR this season are empire waist/tunic tops which don’t work very well with my proportions.  So, I am now on the look out for a blue gingham shirt with a little something special (like a mock collar and ruffles).  I actually ended up purchasing the ruffled sweatshirt (I have quite the sweatshirt collection, which you all never really get to see) and the navy silver-studded flats and can’t wait to pull them out for my next trip to the zoo!
Which was your favorite of the four looks (pencil skirt and scarf, safari shirt dress, grey ruffle dress, or this one)?  Which look should I try to replicate in my own wardrobe?Will you be replicating any of them?
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§ 4 Responses to A: To The Farmer’s Market"

  1. KimbraSue says:

    I’m glad I don’t have to choose a favorite look because I am enjoying all the looks so much! Awesome fashion show.

  2. Jessica says:

    What a cute look. I love how comfortable yet classy it looks!

  3. Becky says:

    This outfit absolutely inspires me! I impulse bought a mint green gingham blouse while visiting my family in Chicago. It looked so cute on the rack and over my skinny jeans and knee-high boots. Then I brought it home to Florida where it is currently 80 odd degrees and said gingham button down is less appealing but your skinny belt, rolled sleeves and ballet flats give me hope for a grand outfit.

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