Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Elementary

Hat - Target
Cardigan - Rugged Warehouse
Cards Tee - thrifted
Olive skinnies - Joe's Jeans, thrifted
Spatty boots - faryl robin, ebay
Harness - Audra Jean

What happens when you're going to see the newest Sherlock and you can't decide what neutral you're going to wear for the day? Logic says? All of them. And throw a harness on it. I wish I had invested in a few of these cardigans in a few colors. Especially with how mild our seasons have been. It's 60 freaking degrees in the middle of December. So very strange.

If you've been watching me for any length of time - I'm a total Sherlock nerd. I'm eagerly awaiting BBC's next installment of Sherlock, but the Hollywood movie will help to tide things over for now. Are you enjoying your winter holidays? Mine are off to a rolling start.


I do want to give a shout out to Ee of EEK! for giving me the Liebster blog award.

Liebster means "dearest" in German, and this award is given to bloggers with fewer than 200 followers. The stipulations of the award are as follows:

1. Thank the giver and link back to the blogger who gave it to you. [ Thanks, Ee! ]
2. Reveal your 5 blogger picks and let them know by leaving a comment on their blog.
3. Copy and paste the award on your blog.
4. Hope that the people you have sent the award to will forward it to their favorite bloggers.

My Picks:
Frannie Pantz
Casual Chic Kiki
Cara's Closet
SheAccessorizesWell
aaand the newest blog on my radar The Fashionable Bureaucrat

15 comments:

  1. I love your hat!

    Congrats on your award!

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  2. Congrats on the award! You also picked some great blogs too :)

    These hats look so good on you. Your hair color and length are just perfect. I look like a bag lady when I wear a hat like this, lol!

    Heather

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  3. Wow!!!!! Thank you so much! What a cool award!

    I love your Sherlock Holmes outfit! As always, the harness is bomb (can we still use this as an adjective?) and those boots are great!

    I have been wanting to see this movie as well. Let me know if it's worth seeing!

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  4. I like that cardigan. I want to see Sherlock Holmes, but I'm waiting in case we end up seeing a movie with the in-laws over the holiday.

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  5. Congrats :D

    I'm also loving how the harness looks with those boots... super badass.

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  6. i'm loving the cloche and the stripes. you look so fantastic! but you always do!!! as always, the harness is such a great touch!

    spinning-threads.blogspot.com

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  7. The harness is a great accent piece, love that, and I adore your spatty boots. You look so Sherlock-y cool.

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  8. Aww...thanks Megan. =)

    Love those spatty boots.

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  9. Thanks south for the award! You beat me to it.:) I love hrs. The flowy cardi with your harness is great and those boots and skinnies are fab!

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  10. Okay. This not being able to edit my comments is getting annoying. Thanks so much for the award. And I love this! Is what those sentences should say.:)

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  11. Aw, thanks for the award! This is another outfit that looks so much like you - I love when that happens!

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  12. When I saw your picture I thought how cool is that and of course your blog title "elementary" made me think of Sherlock. I am a big fan of Holmes as well. I hope to see the movie this weekend. We watched the first one about three times already.
    Thank you so much for the blog award! It is a real honor to receive it from you. You are right up at the top of my favorite bloggers list!

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  13. You are so cute, esp with that cloche (is that the proper name of your hat?).
    Happy holidays! oxox

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  14. Congrats on the award. As one of the nicest bloggers around, you deserve it!

    And a striped cardi always looks good. :)

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  15. I like the very British looking hat and shoes. Perfect for going to see Sherlock. I recently saw that movie and LOVED it! I hope you enjoyed it too :) Oh, and the BBC version is GREAT!

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