Monday, January 27, 2014

Outfit Post: She's Gone Country





 
 
Judith March Fringe Skirt, Embroidered Chambray Button Up & Belt borrowed from The Impeccable Pig 
Sole Society "Natalya" Mini Cross Body c/o & "Heather" Wedge Booties (old - similiar option)
Michael Kors "Bradshaw" Watch || J. Crew Pave Link Bracelet || Julie Vos Grande Soho Necklace c/o LuckyFABB || Blu Bijoux Pearl Bangles c/o Max & Chloe
 
When The Impeccable Pig's Cameron Village location asked me to come by and style some of their new arrivals I couldn't get my feet in the door fast enough. As one of my favorite stores probably ever and most definitely in the Raleigh area, I don't think I could have survived our cross country move without it! Everything in the store is totally wearable and budget friendly. It's the kind of place I could spend hours in. Plus the girls are so incredibly sweet! Love them!
 
Now, we all know I am a city girl through and through (and if you didn't well now you do!) but imagine my surprise when Leah, the manager, showed me this Judith March skirt while I was browsing the racks. Let me just tell you, I surprised myself by how much I fell in love with it. One swing of the fringey pieces and the next thing I knew, I was asking for a chambray shirt and running a total city-girl-meets-the-country moment in my head. Don't ask my why, but it would be safe to say the skirt has special powers. I most definitely noticed an extra sassy step in my walk when I came out of the dressing room.

Either way, I wanted to keep the vibe true to my style. Through layers of gold jewelry, messy hair and a chic wedge bootie, my country inspired look was much more city girl-esque. Yay! Plus I think this skirt would be a fantastic transitional piece from winter into spring. Imagine it with brown tights and riding boots now.. and then later with a chic sandal and neon tank for summer! So fun, right? Sometimes there's nothing like a great outfit to perk up a Monday morning!

14 comments:

  1. So cute! I am not sure I could go that country but I appreciate the outfit on you. I am going to have to make it to Raleigh and check out this store you are gushing about.
    xo, Lee

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  2. Your style definitely shines in this - I adore that skirt so much!! Beautiful

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  3. So cute! Love this look on you. You look adorable!

    Nikki
    thefashionablewife.com

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  4. Loved the look - you could make the skirt a City look

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  5. OMG Gorgeous. Love this look and that skirt is TDF. Great look!

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  6. The embroidery on the shirt is very unique :)

    http://agirlaloud.blogspot.com

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  7. Loving the country vibe! I'm a city girl too but last year I got a pair of cowboy boots that I'm so in love with that they are making me question my roots! I can totally see how that beautiful fringe skirt would do the same.

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  8. The embroidered chambray and fringe skirt are so unique...love, love, love them!
    Debbie
    www.fashionfairydust.blogspot.com

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  9. U look adorable and so cute from head to toes :)
    xoxo
    Patinka
    patinkasworld.blogspot.com

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  10. I love all of the texture in this look--a very stylin' country girl, that's for sure!

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  11. Super cute outfit! I adore fringe and I love the chambray paired with it!
    xo,
    Marisa
    www.socialiteandthecity.com

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  12. Adorable Skirt Nikki. Country or City you shine. Like you said, with a Tank & Sandals that would be so pretty, too.

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