Thursday, February 16, 2012

Skippy Says: Threads and Buttons (Guest Post)

Hello Dear Skippy Says readers, I'm Kelley and I blog over at Threads and Buttons. I know I'm not Inna, and I know that's who you come here to see everyday, so I'm sorry for letting you down right from the start (what a bad first impression huh?). I am however JUST like Inna in pretty much every way... You know, if every way consists of getting dressed in the morning, taking photos of myself, and then posting those photos on the Internet for the world to see. Don't believe me? I'll prove it to you right now. Look, one day I wore this, and then I took photos of it, and now I'm posting those photos here for your viewing enjoyment.





Boots: Ross (Similar) – Socks: Target Skirt: Thrifted Turtleneck: PacSun Sweater: Thrifted
Belt: Thrifted Necklace: Gift
Did anyone else feel like turtlenecks were a form a child abuse when you were a younger? I'm being 100% serious when I say that I literally thought I was going to suffocate and die whenever my mom would make me wear one of these throat-gripping pieces of clothing. Can't you just see the headline? "Child Dies of Asphyxiation After Being Forced to Wear a Turtleneck Sweater". I was sure that was the way I would go. Lucky for me, my neck has finally grown long enough for me to appreciate turtlenecks. So thanks for introducing them to me mom, even if I did kick and scream along the way ;)

-The Long-Necked Kelley

6 comments:

  1. Good outfit. Loved the colors!

    xoxo

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  2. lol. no I have always liked wearing turtle necks.
    www.thegirlieblog.com

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  3. Really like the buttons on the boots - perfect and cute. :) I like the touch of pattern and the colors you put together. I used to feel the same way about crewneck tees, so I guess I must have a really short neck ... :)

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  4. what a chic outfit, i LOVe your boots!

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  5. simple, graceful and subtly chic

    mongs
    mythriftycloset.blogspot.com

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  6. OMG I HATED turtlenecks as a child and I LOVE them now. They keep me warm, are a perfect way to show jewelry, and they are great for layering. Lol, yay for turtlenecks.

    http://preponderance-of-fashion.blogspot.com/

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