What I Wore: Stripey and Slouchy

I told you I’d slavishly follow along with the stripey trend! (ha! I love everything stripes, and always will) ☺ .

It was freakishly cold today in Florida so when I went outdoors I had to add a scarf and jacket to this outfit. I’m wearing a favorite Banana Republic black knit dress (similar) under a Romeo and Juliet Couture striped sweater (15 Dollar Store – similar). I really, really like this silhouette, even though it ignores the waist. It feels a little vintage 1920’s, when women were getting out of their corsets and eating more mac and cheese. (OK, that’s what I had at lunch).

I’m feeling this 20’s vibe. Source.

A thrifted bangle and my Tsubo booties (similar) were my only accessories. And the orange kicking cat, now subdued.

Have a wonderful, warm Thursday!

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  3. Yes! I think we will, like the 40's inspired dresses after the movie "Pearl Harbor".

  4. yes I am sure you are right. I think I was justifying my own delicious, high-fat lunch : >

  5. The top you are wearing has a trullu Art nouveau feel to it. I also love the glamour of 20s/30s and I see it's the inspiration for many bloggers out there.Keep warm and the cold winds will go away soon.

  6. I love the bold stripes and nod to the 1920's silhouette – the flapper look is one of my all time favourites.

  7. I love anything and everything that has to do with a 1920's vibe. What a brilliant way to modernize this style. I ablsolutely love that sweater. I'm wondering after "The Great Gatsby" is released in theatres if we might see some 1920's styles come into fashion. (wishful thinking).

  8. I bet your cold weather was the equivalent of a freakishly hot English summer's day!
    Love this take on the 1920s flapper look, something loads of women fear but somehow seems to suit lots of shapes and sizes. x

  9. is there any food better than mac and cheese when it's a little chilly out there?

  10. ah, danged boobs — two words I've never spoken in the same sentence : >

  11. I love this top, Patti! it has such a great feel to it…super stylish!

  12. Hahahaha, I don't want to hear it. It was probably like 50 degrees! Try Indiana, m'lady! I'm freezin' my squishy young behind right off! :-p

  13. Oh! I love this too. I had mac'n'cheese for dinner last night. It is the best comfort food in cold weather. I agree with Sheila, I find that a difficult shape to rock, though I try from time to time.

  14. Love the whole look and you pull it off beautifully. The simple bangle in such a great color is the perfect accessory, too. Wish we'd get a blast of cold weather just one more time!
    Heather from Friendship, Life and Style

  15. Patti, this is an amazing look on you – it really looks wonderful. You look so long and willowy! I adore the 20s silhouette, but it so doesn't work on me (danged boobs) – I love seeing you play with this modern update!

    The simple cuff and boots are perfect.

  16. It was unexpectedly cold today!!! Very cute look– and I love stripes!!
    Becky 🙂

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