Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Witchy

Sweater - Banana Republic, thrifted
Striped shirt - ?? thrifted
Skirt - thrifted
Boots - Natacha, ebay
Belt - gift from Sheila

This outfit felt very witchy! I wanted to wear a skirt today, but didn't want to freeze, so I wore skinny jeans underneath. I also tried out layering a pattern under my sheer sweater. I liked the effect. The overall look came out awesome I think. This is my umpteenth try of a longer skirt. This one is light and I like the printed bits and panels. The colors felt right with where my style has gone, and I didn't trip over it once!

Definitely trying to challenge myself this year, in fashion and in school. I'll admit that after two sessions in my first two classes I'm very disappointed. I find myself picking up on what the teachers are saying, noting references to books or material, while the rest of the class is blank stares. I'm really hoping since my night class is a continuation of last semester's that the group will be a little more lively.. or at least alive.

17 comments:

  1. This outfit is so "you"! The colors are fantastic and you made the long skirt work perfectly! I really like it with the gifted belt from Sheila too.

    And here's hoping your night class is more lively! Night classes are definitely a drag if no one really is into it!

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  2. Oh, this is just awesome all over. You look amazing.

    Dull night classes are excruciating. It's a challenge to stay awake. Fingers crossed for you!

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  3. Love this look on you Megan!!

    I hope your night class is better. Nothing is worse than being stuck in a class where you're the only one who seems to "get it"!!

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  4. I hope night class is what you're hoping for! That long skirt is petty, and I like the muted colors.

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  5. I love the colors and the texture of your skirt. As for blank stares in the classroom, I would hate it too.

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  6. Megan, I so love that skirt on you!! Very cute thrifted find.
    I hope your classes pick up in excitement soon. People are still sleeping after the holidays I think.

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  7. So, you're a witch and your classmates are zombies? :)

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  8. LOL at Sage's comment! I had some classes like that too, and boy, they were tough to endure. Love this long skirt and the killer boots. I wrote about you today, check it out : >

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  9. Very magical indeed. I could see you waltzing in the woods with fairies in this outfit! And being warms while doing it!

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  10. Oh, I love that skirt - it's very Renaissance!

    Stick with it on the classes - focus on yourself and the prof/teacher and not the other students. You can do it, hon!

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  11. That skirt is so perfect for any weather, ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
    Love your pretty belt, Megan.
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  12. I love this look so much! You look amazing, I adore each piece and they create a fantastic outfit all together. Hope your classmates become more engaged! But if they don't, it's their loss and need not get in your way.

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  13. Perhaps you could cast a spell to make your classmates perk up in class, or put them to sleep until the curse of apathy has lifted...lol.

    I love the layering of your sweater, and that long skirt is amazing and just right on you. I'm glad you didn't trip over it.

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  14. I gotta admit, I'm over school. I don't want winter to end (even though it's freezing here) because I hate summer, but I love the blissful three months without school. Over it.

    I really love this skirt. And that belt. It does look very witchy in a cool, Practical Magic kind of way.

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  15. Hi Megan,

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting on my closet remodel. I've waited a lifetime for a closet like that :-)

    Monica
    www.pear-shaped-gal.com

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  16. Surely your amazing outfit woke your classmates up? You should cast an 'enthusiasm' spell. I have been there, in literature classes where no one had read the book. Hard to discuss it then... Hope it's just a slow start for them.

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