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September 14, 2011

My first outfit post!

Before Labor Day weekend, I set out to achieve three goals - one of which was to do my very first outfit post.

I could go on and on about my own insecurities in doing this but, to be honest, outfit posts are probably one of my favorite features about the blogs I read regularly and this is something I've really wanted to do for a long time now. So here goes nothin'!

This is what I wore last week to Fashion's Night Out in Georgetown. It rained. A lot. There are some very visible rain drops and my hair took a serious beating. But bless Vincent's heart for not only holding the umbrella for me while I tweeted, but for snapping these photos as we ducked into the Barney's New York entrance.

Blouse: Ann Taylor, Skirt: French Connection via Ideeli, Shoes: Aldo, Purse: The Limited, Necklace: BCBGeneration via Loehmann's, Watch: Vernier via Loehmann's, Bracelet: Made by me

So there it is! Feel free to leave comments and feedback. And, as always, thanks for reading!

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  1. i love your blog so much and you look absolutely gorgeous in this your pictures! please do another blog post soon!

  2. you look fantastic! love your hair with the top.... although I am sure it looks amazing with everything!

  3. i know exactly how you feel about outfit posts - i've only done a couple because i feel the exact same way. not to mention, i don't have a fabulous camera that will make the photos look professional like some of the other bloggers. but - these are the photos that readers want to see, so we must continue to push through. you look great!

    a peek of chic

  4. This is such a great first outfit post! I'm terribly uncomfortable in front of the camera so I know how you feel about doing outfit posts but you look great. Keep up the good work :)


  5. perfect first outfit post! I was pretty hesitant to start taking photos of myself because it's pretty awkward but you'll get used to it. and with your style you'll have no problem.


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