Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Hump Day Wisdom

{ What I Wore: tank c/o Skip n' Whistle // Paige Denim jacket* // J.Crew Factory skirt // Yuni Kelley bracelet // wedges c/o Sole Society }
*gifted by the Southern Blog Society 
Mix up your wardrobe: don't want to tuck your shirt in, try knotting it in the back!
Love this skirt, but dang it all, it creases the minute you sit down!
1 month until Autumn
125 days until Christmas
6120 hours until I get married
only 1 today... make it worth it!

It is that time of year when the days seem to be just flying by! 
As my Hump Day wisdom: live for today! 
(Fall, Pumpkin Spice Lattes & beanies will be here soon enough!)

P.S. enter to win 1 of 3 pairs of denim from Celebrity Pink Jeans {here}

37 comments:

  1. I have a few skirts that crease like that and it is super annoying! You look adorable, love the anchor tank with the bright yellow!

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  2. Let me say that I really love this outfit !!!! OMG its gorgeous !!!

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  3. Great look! Gives me an idea for my Anchor Tank!

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  4. Great idea to tie a top to give it a different look rather than tucking!

    Nicole

    a dash of gold

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  5. You look adorable! As much as that skirt may wrinkle, it still looks amazing on you.

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  6. Such a fun bright skirt! And I know how you feel about the wrinkling. So many of my skirts to that! Drives me crazy!

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  7. That is CRAZY that there's only 125 days until Christmas! Love this outfit - it's adorable!

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  8. I've got that same tank and I love how you styled it with the yellow pencil skirt!

    -Sharon
    The Tiny Heart
    Target Giveaway!

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  9. I love color combination!


    Thequinoxfashion.blogspot.com

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  10. Blue and yellow is such a striking combination! I like this outft a lot! :)

    callmemaddie.blogspot.com

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  11. You look great in this skirt! I bought it back in the spring but returned it. I think I'm too short to wear it. The color looks amazing on you!

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  12. Desperately excited for Autumn now too, but I guess it will be here soon enough! I love a tank knotted in the back like this! Never would have thought of that! I also like that really sassy picture of you with your hands on your hip :) Happy Wednesday!!

    perfectly priya

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  13. Loving this look, lady! All of the colors together are rockin'...those wedges too. I've seen them on a couple people and always think, "man, those are cute!". cheers :). I too am trying not to wish away these last few summer days. Fall will make it's debut soon enough.

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  14. I have a ton of skirts that wrinkle as soon as you move. Yours is so, super cute!!


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  15. Love the knotted back! I have an almost identical yellow skirt that does the same exact thing! Makes me so mad!

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  16. I needed that little reminder today... I've been in full-on planning to move mode and I'm missing the days we have left here in Florida! I love that you knotted this tank in the back instead of tucking it in... such a great tip.

    xoxo,
    Chelsea & The City

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  17. SUCH a cute outfit....love love love the navy and yellow together! And that denim jacket...what an awesome gift :)

    Annie

    The Other Side of Gray

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  18. adorable tank -- and love how you completed this look with a denim jacket -- so cute! xo

    http://allthingsprettyandlittle.blogspot.com

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  19. I love everything pumpkin flavored - cannot WAIT for pumpkin spice latte time!

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  20. Absolutely LOVE this tank! I've had it on the brain for a couple of weeks now..adorable with the yellow skirt and jean jacket :)

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  21. I absolutely love all the bright colors in this outfit! That tank is too cute.

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  22. super cute. anchor top, i want one please ! You look adorable. Thank you for stopping by my blog and the sweet thoughts.

    xo

    Sam

    http://fabulouspetite.blogspot.com

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  23. I need to remember your words of wisdom. Every year by the time it reaches August, I'm so over summer! Love your look!

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  24. Gasp! I never thought about knotting a top in the back. Game changer. Thanks for the tip ;)

    Mili from call me, Maeby

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  25. Cute idea with the knot in the back for your tank! I used to do the same thing with large tee-shirts in school for field trips or for work later in life.

    Lauren
    Exploring My Style

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  26. Love the anchor tank! Great look!

    Julianna

    http://www.jssouthernchic.com/

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  27. Love the knotted shirt idea! And youre so right about this skirt creasing, I have it in the bright blue (LOVE IT), the yellow is super cute though.

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  28. I never thought to tie my shirt in the back! Love the bright skirt too!
    ~Jessica

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  29. Great idea to knot it in the back - did your fiance help you? I am not sure I could center it. Love this top paired with a pencil skirt. I always think of pencil skirts for work and I am trying to use them for more casual looks. Thank you for the outfit inspiration!


    Alice
    www.happinessatmidlife.com

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  30. hello darling, u look great, let me know if you would like to follow each other on GFC and BLOGLOVIN! kisses

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  31. YAY for your countdowns!!! I am excited for all 3! :-) I love the tank with this color skirt.



    -AJ
    FitTravelerAJ.com

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  32. I love your idea of knotting a tee at the back! Its also great for a top that is just a tad too big!

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  33. haha, I actually pulled off this knotting job all by myself! I got it on the first attempt, but I guess that turning it around & doing it in the front & then turning it back around again would be a good way to do it too!
    xx

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