An Adventurer’s Outlook: Visible Monday

It’s been just lovely here on the East Coast of Florida. High in the low 80’s and breezy, and a gorgeous sky. Weather suitable for all kinds of looks. I felt like wearing slim knit trousers today, along with my adventurer’s hat.

Welcome to Visible Monday. If you want to participate, it’s so easy: just go to the bottom of this post for the how-to. Please be kind and leave a link to Not Dead Yet Style in your post.

The navy bird-print shirt (similar) is a new favorite, thrifted at the Humane Society shop where I work. The classic black trousers are by Michael Kors (sim) and I think I bought them retail! A years-old thrifted leather belt (sim), Calvin Klein oxfords (sim) and a bespoke necklace by Suzanne Carillo finish the look. Now, where to take my adventurous spirit?

 

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It’s a lovely day in the neighborhood and we’re feeling fine. Vintage stone bracelet via Citizen Rosebud’s shop.

 

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Oh, the bright filter-y glow! I love how it changes everything.

 

I hope you are having an amazing day, and dressing your truth, and staying fabulous. Now please join the Visible Women in the linkup below!

 

The guidelines to participate in the Visible Monday Link-Up are so simple:

    1. Whoever wants to can join in! Just compose a post that includes any outfit, accessory, piece of jewelry, hairstyle, cosmetic or other adornment that makes you feel more confident, alive and visible that day.
    2. Include a link to Not Dead Yet Style somewhere in your post.
    3. Go to the bottom of this post and click on the InLinkz button “Add Your Link”. It should open a new page.
    4. In the “Next Step”, you crop the pic (easy tool) you want to display, and you’re done!

 

Oh hey! Not Dead Yet Style is on Instagram! Please check it out when you have a moment: Instagram.

 

Stay fabulous,

 



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40 Comments

  1. OMG I love your bird shirt SO MUCH. I am so jealous of your weather…the Scottish weather is the usual cold, rainy affair, although today it seems to be giving us somewhat of a break. However, I’m very excited to tell you that we are starting construction on our house over in Port Charlotte, FL, so one of these days, we may very well meet in person!

  2. What a wonderful community you have “fashioned” with Visible Monday! I’m so excited to explore the unique personalities and styles reflected in this eclectic group of women – thank you for hosting!

  3. Hahaha yes that filter does change it all. Also is that a real cat? I’m thinking not, but am left wondering, lol.

    Nina
    aworldofdresses.com

  4. That wide brimmed hat looks utterly wonderful on you.
    How envious am of your sunshine? Enough to make me go and search a flight to India, I think! xxx

  5. Ive caused a stir today with my “school sandals”. Its amazing the comments I get when I wear them. Some make me chuckle.
    You look super in your slim fit trousers. My favourite style by far.
    Have a great week. Greetings from Lancashire UK

  6. I see you’ve changed places with the cat. Luv that bird blouse on you, Patti. Whenever I see bird print fabric, I try to get it. I just can’t help it. And the black pants with it really set it off.

  7. I love the way you’ve styled your top. I have a similar top with zebras all over it that has been hanging in my closet for years because I loved it but didn’t know what to wear it with. Thank you for the idea.

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  9. Nothing like birds on a shirt for a great pick-me-up. Plus a bespoke necklace by Suzanne and bracelet from Bella. Yup. The return of blue skies. Sigh. Thanks for the link-up. I brought some homemade brownies nobody will eat.

  10. Whenever I read “knit pants” I think “sweat pants” but yours look very classy. I will have to check them out.
    I love the real women in the links. Thanks for this. Much more inspiring than a magazine full of 16-year-olds wearing clothes I can’t afford.

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