my Wardrobe today – Tuesday

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leopard belt
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Ruffled tank – c/o CAbi
Cardigan – Only Mine (similar)
BeltLauren by Ralph Lauren
Shoes – Nine West (similar)
Silver cuff

Still playing with the new ‘do – I chopped my own straight bangs this weekend (I asked my stylist for sideswept but changed my mind Sunday morning), and today I tried it wavy – Added a bit of Jonathan SilkyDirt while wet, dried the bangs straight, let the rest air dry, then hit a few of the Kip Winger-esque pieces with the curling iron. A bit too poofy for my taste -hair needs to be longer to deal with this exact style.  Think if I used a larger barrel curling iron and hit the whole head it would have been more my speed.


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  1. I’ve been looking for a way to wear black and yellow without feeling like a bee and I think a bit of leopard is the answer! Off to pin it so I don’t forget!

  2. See, I like the bangs! They’re a nice change up for you.
    The textures in this really bring out the yellow of the skirt — ruffles of the top, the animal print of the belt. Very nice.

  3. Oh the bangs delima. Mine are too long to be straight across, but I miss that look. Sometimes. You did a good job, everytime I try to cut mine myself, they end up puffy or crooked. Anyway, I love this whole look. The ruffle tank adds a nice twist on a plain black top.

  4. I LOVE that skirt. Yellow is such a cheerful color for the fall/winter months. 

    For the hair, I love the big, dramatic curls look, but my hair is rather short (just below chin length) and cannot be wrapped around the larger curling iron barrel. I asked my stylist, and she suggested using the smaller curling iron, but taking a wider section of hair to wrap around the barrel. Does that make sense? I’ve tried it a couple of times and it’s really worked for me!

    Love the blog! I’m a long time reader/lurker 🙂

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