Sunday, March 09, 2014

Visible Monday

Since there are warmer temps around here,
I decided to break out my floral skirt!
Cardi: Pennys
Blouse and belt: thrift
Boots and tights: Target
Skirt and crochet necklace: made by me
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Bye for now!

15 comments:

Patti said...

Hi Laurie - that's a lovely skirt and your whole look is so fun and cheery! Thanks for sharing with Visible Monday.

Laurie said...

thanks for stopping by Patti! :)

Val S said...

What a fun outfit and beautiful colors! Your crochet necklace is so cool and really makes a nice focal point.

Sue @ A Colourful Canvas said...

Oh, you do remind me of spring! Nice to meet you, and I'm off to check out Kitty Wisdom.

Laurie said...

Thanks Sue! I'm off to check out your blog! :)

Laurie said...

Thanks Val! I will probably be wearing a lot of color now, as I'm getting spring fever! :)

pastcaring said...

What a pretty skirt, and I love the colour of the cardigan. Tucking in a cardi with a belt - why have I never thought of that? Thanks for the inspiration!
Love Curtise xx

PinkCheetahVintage said...

Fun outfit!!

Laurie said...

Thank you both! I started tucking my cardi in because I have a short waist, it just looks better that way on me. That's what is so great about see everyone's fashion style, I can get great new ideas! :)

Jan Graham-McMillen said...

Charming! Proof positive the a shorter skirt can look completely appropriate on a grown up lady! Better than that ... just adorable and very flattering!
Great necklace, and a positive take on giving the transitional season just a little nudge in the right direction!

Laurie said...

Thank you Jan!

Mary Murnane said...

You look so adorable! I love the mix of colors - so fun! This look just makes me happy!

Laurie said...

Thanks Mary! :)

Dawn Lucy said...

Cute skirt and fun colors! Yay for spring!

Laurie said...

thank you Dawn! :)

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