Tuesday, November 20, 2012

fall-ify: studded tunic

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For a long time I've wanted to do a feature series on the ways I take my outfits from summer to fall and I've finally gotten around to doing it! The next few outfits will take elements from my summer style and make them into "fall-ified" outfits!

Today? This lovely, silky blue studded tunic. Heres how I wore it over the summer in my post little bitta everything.


And here it is for fall:

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What do you think?

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And really quick: I'm no plant expert, but is this normal for a succulent? 
I'm thinking I've mutated it somehow into some kind of succulent beanstalk wannabe.

peace&love,
Jill

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7 comments:

  1. Love the layered look! You have such fun style!

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  2. Love your layers! what a great top! I think layering is my favorite thing about Fall.

    xo Amy,

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  3. Cute outfit! Love the red pants! I'm your newest follower :)


    Diana
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  4. Um, that studded tank is a def staple!!! Look at all the ways you styled it!! Way to remix!! High five, lady!! Thanks so much for linking up!!

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  5. Erika @ The Linden LifeNovember 21, 2012 at 7:30 PM

    Great outfit! Your hair is cute, too:)

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  6. Create Hope Inspire: MiriamNovember 22, 2012 at 12:25 AM

    love these photos - the tunic top is gorgeous and I love the contrast against the checked shirt. Can't help with the plant sorry - I'm no good with plants! Thanks for joining up with Wardrobe Weds :o)

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  7. Succulents get all long and leggy when they don't get enough light. It's a common winter problem. You can break of the stem down near the main plant and stick all the leaves off the stem right in the soil and most of them will start new plants that easy

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