(Paul & Joe wool coat and pleated miniskirt (similar), Shop CAMP sweater, Cleobella handbag, Stolen Girlfriends Club sunglasses, Modern Vice “Carly” Boots)

This look reminds me of my first day of school. The jitterbugs. The extra heavy backpack filled with super clean notebooks, stencils, and fresh markers. How do I miss that “shopping for school” excitement?! That perfect uniform for every single day. Though I was that total tomboy at school. The denim on denim and high ponytail ensemble my best friend, I slowly got into skirts, letting my hair down, and being a girl. This pink plaid beauty and perfectly cut navy blue winter coat is so charming, I’d wear them forever. And I love them paired with something so different. A casual CAMP, sweater. You know, from when summer camp was totally cool and all you and your pals looked forward to at the beginning of June. Thank you SHOP CAMP for takin’ me back to that time. So there you have it. Why I’m missing getting dressed for those old school days. And why I’m now pulling out my extra thick stockings to gear up for winter.

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51 Responses to PINK PLAID

  1. velvettovagabond says:

    Been loving your knee-highs and plaid skirts recently! Its perfect for me because it gives me inspiration for what to do after school when you’re in a rush to go to the movies, a violin lesson or a friends house! Now my school dress code doesn’t have to be “totally lame”!

  2. Bianca Hillier says:

    I am a colorist at Sally Hershberger Los Angeles for over 4 years now, Bianca Hillier.You may yelp me, some of my latest work was on the cover and a 19 page spread of Avant Garde Magazine August issue.
    I colored Rebekah Keida for New York Fashion Week 2013 for Mara Hoffmans Collection. For the Mamadoux clothing line, the owner and model Palma Wright. My work has been features on the blogs:
    I’ve worked on the makeovers of 3 seasons of Americas Next Top Model, Millionaire Matchmaker, The Bachelor, The Bachelorette and Style Network. I’ve assisted with Natalie Portman for the making of Black Swan, Bryce Dallas Howard for The Help, Jerry Bruckheimer and Raquel Welch on a regular weekly business basis, Lauren Graham for the television series Parent Hood, Jessica Capshaw and Kim Raver for Greys Anatomy, Whitney Cummings for Money Shot and Elizabeth Perkins for the television series Weeds. I have worked with Nora Kirkpatrick from the television series Greek and from the band Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros and Ralph Saenz from the band Steel Panther on a chronic schedule.
    I would like to collaborate with you and create new ideas through your hair/appearance. Please contact me if you are interested.


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