Tuesday, November 26, 2013

I made a spectacle of myself

A couple weeks ago I had a really bad day at work. So what do I do when this happens? Retail therapy of course! I admit this isn't the best way to shop - you can end up with some really interesting choices this way... But it worked for me this time.

I wandered into Lane Bryant thinking I would grab a pencil skirt but I didn't see anything new. I decided to check out the clearance rack before leaving and found the most adorable sweater. At first I thought I'd pair it with a red skirt but it just didn't work with the skirt. Thankfully, a friend suggested the pink and it was perfect! I really like this take on the graphic sweater trend.

Sweater: via Lane Bryant - similar here / Skirt: (old) via JC Penney - similar here (love this one!) and here / Heels: (old) via Target - similar here and here / Necklace: local boutique - similar here and here

The Breakdown:
Sweater: Lane Bryant, $24
Skirt: JC Penney, $15
Heels: Target, $8
Necklace: Local boutique, $1


  1. Hehe that sweater is adorable! Shopping always makes me feel better when I'm feeling down!

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  2. great find on that sweater and love it with the pink! Retail therapy is a lot better than some other vices we can have...

  3. I have that sweater too! Very cute :)

  4. there is nothing wrong with retail therapy! I love graphic sweaters right now and this whole outfit is fabulous on you!! Susan

  5. such a cute sweater! and i love the title of the post :)

  6. Retail therapy is always a great answer :).

  7. Retail Therapy is my Yoga.... gets me in trouble with the Hubs ;) The title of the post is adorable! Haha You look amazing! I love the graphic trend and I love that you dressed it up, the pink skirt was the perfect choice!


  8. I absolutely love this outfit...bright and happy....just the way retail therapy should make you feel. :-)

    1. Thank you! Yes, we should always feel like that.


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