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Sunday, February 10, 2013

Thrifted Fashion: Leopard Maxi

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After a week of secluding myself within my home, it feels good to be out among the living. We quarantined ourselves for almost two weeks. I definitely did not feel like sharing the nasty little bug my littles caught and then lovingly shared with me last week. Aren't those littles nice how they always want to share with their Mama? The only benefit of being sick was finishing a whole book in a weekend. I read Safe Haven and oh my Nicholas Sparks does not disappoint. Now I am just getting caught up on laundry and cleaning, which basically never ends right? You think you are finished and then remember tomorrow holds a whole new pile of laundry to be cleaned. But enough of my domestic whining, I am just thankful this morning to be able to share a new thrifted fashion post. My friend Jen stopped me at church a few weeks ago, asking for more fashion posts. She made me shed a little tear. She is such a sweet friend and always gives great advice. So here are me outfit details below. Have a beautiful Sunday lovelies. I am off to work on some bloggy stuff before my quiet house is no longer quiet.

The outfit Details....

Shirt: thrifted 
necklace and earrings: Target Clearance
Layered Shirt: Shade Clothing
Maxi Skirt: Made By Me
Hand Bag: Gift
Gold Glitter Ballet Flats: Payless

XO Danielle

12 comments:

  1. What type of fabric is your maxi skirt? I've thought of making one but I'm a little nervous about knits.

    Thanks, Bobi

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    1. Knits are too fun! You don't need as much since they stretch so much.

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  2. I have thought about making one, but have put it off. After going to church today in a skirt that is 11 years old. I am totally ready to make something new for spring.

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    1. They are super simple to make. I have even made some out of sheets I have found at the thrift store:>

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  3. I just wanted to tell u I love your blog. I look forward to reading it every day :-) Also I recently read Safe Haven and loved it. Thanks for all your wonderful ideas , Jess

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    1. Oh my goodness Jessica you are too kind. Thank you for your sweet words. I just moved onto The Best of Me by Nicholas Sparks. Have you read that one? Oh my goodness I simply can't put it down! :>

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  4. Love your outfit! You're adorable...

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  5. I love your skirt! Do you have a tutorial and where did you get your fabric?! so so love it!

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    1. I got the fabric from Hobby Lobby with a coupon. I used a little over a yard to make my maxi skirt. It is real basic. I just took my yard, folded in half hot dog style and sewed up the side. I then added an elastic waistband. I will have to look through my pictures and see if I took any when I made it. If I did I will post a tutorial:>

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  6. I really just like you! Thanks for sharing your life. Fun, fun read!!!

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  7. I love reading your blog! I love all of your menu plans and how you upcycle and make new articles of clothing. I have a sewing that I received as a wedding gift more than 5 years ago and I have yet to use it! I look forward to using some of your ideas and incorporating them into my everyday life. Thank you for sharing all that you do!

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