September 7, 2011

Today's Everyday Fashion: Guest Post






































This is a guest post while J is away on vacation. Check out Kelly's blog, Kelly Bourland Style!

I had been looking for some red jeans for the fall, and found these fuchsia ones on the clearance rack at TJ Maxx the other day. I thought they would be a fun alternative, and when I saw this outfit in the fall J. Crew lookbook, I was inspired. What denim colors would you dare to wear?

Inspiration photo: J.Crew
Blazer: New York and Co via ebay, $7.99
Striped tank: Burlington Coat Factory, $9.99
Fuchsia Jeans: TJ Maxx, $19.99
Leopard pumps: Garage sale, $3
Gold Watch: eBay, $16.99
Gold bangle bracelets: Gift from mother-in-law

23 comments:

  1. Kelly, your outfit is great! Love it!!! Love how you mixed stripes and prints!!!

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  2. Such a really cute idea and the neutral blazer balances out the pants. (Finding those pumps for $3 is a steal *jealous*).

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  3. VERY cute! love the colors! I plan on wearing some teal skinnies soon! wish me luck :)

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  4. What brand are those jeans? They are the perfect color.

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  5. the tag says, "boom boom jeans"

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  6. My daughter and I both love the look! So cute! 

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  7. Great outfit Kelly! I bought a camel blazer a few weeks ago and have been trying to come up with outfit ideas. I love your outfit! I will definitely try this.

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  8. This is a great outfit, and the best thing about it, are all the prices for each piece! This outfit just goes to show that you can look great on a budget but still look like a million bucks!

    Heather

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  9. Ooh, I love this outfit too!  I am already picturing what I have in my own closet that I can use to mimic it.  

    I have been looking for bright denim but haven't found anything that strikes my fancy yet.  I'm hoping to be able to find just about any color that would be in the jewel tone family (I guess anything that comes in the "Bold" box of Crayola markers!).

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  10. I am so loving this outfit...I'll def be trying this look!

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  11. I can't believe you found those jeans at TJ Maxx... what a find!! And that adorable blazer for 7.99? I'm seriously impressed here! I just bought a pair of berry colored jeans and I'm excited about styling them! I might try to do something similar to this look!

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  12. great outfit! xoo

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  13. Great outfit!

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  14. Great outfit!  The stripes with the leopard shoes is super chic!  ;)

    chicstayathome.blogspot.com

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  15. Love the outfit! I just picked up a pair of purple, well more lilac colored, jeans. I can't wait to wear them.

    Samantha - Mus(eum)ings
    http://museuminternmusings.blogspot.com

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  16. I really really like this outfit. I want some fuchsia skinny jeans now :). The prices kind of shocked me. This looks like a much more expensive outfit.

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  17. I never thought I would try colored jeans, but seeing this outfit makes me want a pair....bad! LOL

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  18. Wow!  Fuchsia jeans at TJ Maxx?  How did I miss those?  :-)

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  19. Kelly this look is gorgeous!  I loooove those fuchsia pants - probably even more than red ones!  I love how you translated this outfit from the inspiration photo and your subtle mix of prints with those leopard heels is very inspiring :)

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  20. How funny, I also went to TJ Maxx looking for a pair of red pants and came out with these exact same fuchsia jeans! Mine were even further on clearance -- only $10! Thanks for the inspiration on how to style them.

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  21. You look great Kelly & I am now following your blog. I love your mix of bold, fuchsia skinny jeans, with a stripped tee, a beige blazer and leopard print pumps. I plan on "copying" this look myself since I have all of these pieces. Love it. Fresh, colorful, elegant & modern. And what an awesome deal on the whole outfit, too!

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