Pleated Skirt: Remix

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I’m so glad I bought this skirt. It’s very versatile, and not just because it’s reversible (it’s baby blue on the other side). Yesterday I wore the guest outfit to rehearsal and then changed into the second outfit for a black light party I was going to that night.

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Paisley shirt: JC Penny
Pleated skirt: Target
Shoes: Fred and Ethel’s

Striped tank top: Old Navy
White shirt: KMart
Shoes: Dillards

Out of the Blue

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The weather here is slowly changing. We had a couple days where it felt like autumn and then suddenly it went back to 80° weather and high humidity. But one if those days I got to wear my scarf and leather jacket.

Leather jackets are my guilty pleasure. I buy them every time I find them cheap and in my size.

The hat is from a great shop in Iowa City called Silver Spider. I highly recommend stopping by if you’re ever there!

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Jacket: thrifted
Shift Dress: gift (Liz Claiborne)
Galaxy Scarf: thrifted (Plato’s Closet)
Hat: Silver Spider (Iowa City)
Shoes: Fred and Ethel’s

What I Wore: For Auditions

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As a theatre student, I have done about 4 auditions since school started. I’m not ashamed to say I have worn this dress for two of them. It’s a perfect audition dress. Directors prefer solid colors as it is less distracting. But somehow you have to stand out and that is where the cutouts in my dress AND my shoes come in. Little details like that are what make you be remembered.

But I digress.

While I love this dress (because it’s my favorite color), my shoes are my favorite part of this outfit. My roommate Cole found them at a thrift store over the summer and sent me a picture while I was still at home.  Miraculously, they were in my size! Well…half a size small. The point is, they work for an audition. 🙂

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Dress: JC Penny
Shoes: thrifted

Bye for now!!
Lexi

Hearts Are Wild

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I’ve been back at school for a couple weeks now, trying to get myself in a good routine again. And there are so few days that I can dress nicely because if my movement classes that its hard to even wear an outfit to blog about.

But yesterday my roommate asked us if we had anything we wanted tailored and I ran to my closet to pull this dress out. I bought it at the retro clothing store in my hometown but its been months since I’ve had it and I never got it hemmed. I’m currently in rehearsal for a show set in the fifties so we are supposed to wear skirts for rehearsal. So I felt it was absolutely necessary to wear it right away!

I love the fun hearts pattern!
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Got this purse for a dollar at an estate sale!
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Dress: Fred and Ethel’s
Purse: thrifted
Belt: JC Penny
Shoes: thrifted
Earrings: swapped
Sunglasses: Aunt Hattie’s Emporium

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