The Ultimate Closet Editing Challenge – 15:30 – Day 7

September 8, 2010

SMARTS, STYLE

15in30 Day 7b

A skirt! Silk! A change of pace!

Tonight starts Rosh Hashanah and I am off to synagogue. I get to debut my newly invested in pencil skirt and finally get to wear my new favorite black and white blouse. I felt like the boldness of the graphic needed something equally as bold for a necklace – and one that was bold vertically because we all know how horizontal stripes can be a little unkind at times.

15in30 Day 7

Happy New Year to all – may it be sweet.

Skirt: Jones New York
Blouse: Urban Outfitters
Shoes: Nine West
Necklace: H&M

I am participating in The Ultimate Wardrobe Challenge to see if living simply with 15 items of clothing can also mean living creatively and well. I will post my ensemble every day. Join me and at the end we’ll either clean out our closets or go on a massive shopping spree. Or both!

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8 Responses to “The Ultimate Closet Editing Challenge – 15:30 – Day 7”

  1. MainlineMom Says:

    Woohoo sexy mama! You look so fab. Much to fab for synagogue! Happy New Year to you :)

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  2. Mary in Austin Says:

    Happy and sweet new year! You look stunning, btw! Hair? — gorgeous! See you next weekend at services.

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  3. Krista Says:

    Fabulous! Non-20-year-old fashion bloggers unite! So glad you do what you do. Fantastic blog :)

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  4. elz Says:

    Pretty pretty. H&M sniff!!!!

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