Not Spring Clothes + a Scoop of Orange Sherbet

The colors in this outfit have a definite FALL feel, and I’m really ready to break out the SPRING colors but darn it, it’s COLD here!
So I did my best to “spring it up” with pastels. The baby pink lace top is actually borrowed from my lingerie drawer and turned around backwards. The pop of orange sherbet in the necklace comes from a vintage buckle, along with a sweet little orange and gold bead.
I made it to list in my shop but I’m not quite ready to part with it. I’m really starting to lean more towards gold again in my jewelry selections, though I still love silver too. Which do you wear the most, gold or silver?
I made the lacy cross earrings too but couldn’t quite get a decent photo of them.
The jacket was a thrifty find, a bargain at $1! It’s not an expensive brand, but it doesn’t take lots of money to look stylish, it’s all about how you put it together. And of course the new skirt doesn’t hurt, it’s one I showed you before in one of my winter posts, purchased from a friend’s shop.

Please hurry warmer temps!

Talk soon,

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18 thoughts on “Not Spring Clothes + a Scoop of Orange Sherbet

  1. Beautiful! Have you ever consider chopping off your hair very short bob like the picture of you pulling back your hair, there? I think you could pull off that Victoria Bechkam’s short hairdo.. you both have te same chin!

    Mrs Jack Of All Trades

    1. Hi there Mrs.C! You know, I used to have my hair short like that, for many years actually. I only recently decided to grow it out long for a while. And I’m sure I’ll go back to short again eventually. Thanks for your comments!

  2. Hi Anne, finally I am able to post and comment again. Great outfit! LOVE the skirt, you know I am a sucker for fringes. Thx for your sweet comment honey.

  3. This outfit has everything I like. The skirt was a real find. The crucifix earring are terrific and I love the jacket. You put it all together with the feminine pink lace top that I like. And the necklace with the vintage buckle…darn, I sold five of those in a button box last week! Why couldn’t this post have been last week! Ha! You really put this together well. Gotta say, I think you would look even prettier with your hair cut to that length!

  4. Having the same problem here in Wales – Spring blossom on the trees but the temperatures have been arctic!! It’s hard trying to look like ‘Spring’ yet stay warm, so I think you’ve done fantastically with this great outfit. And I agree that you don’t need to spend a lot of money to look stylish, well done on the bargain jacket!
    P x

    1. Hello! Thank you for your kind comments. Spring blossoms sound wonderful, hopefully they won’t freeze. Can’t wait to head over to your blog!

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