Dressed for: Back and Forth

Already Pretty outfit featuring leather jacket, striped tunic, leggings, high top sneakers, Palladium shoes, Rebecca Minkoff Logan Crossbody handbag, long pendant necklace

Jacket – Wilson’s Leather (not available online) – similar
Tunic – Comfy courtesy LISSA the Shop
Leggings – Hue (no longer available) – similar look
Sneakers – Baggy courtesy Palladium
Bag – Rebecca Minkoff Logan (no longer available) – similar shape
Earrings – Betsey Johnson (no longer available) – similar look
Necklace – Kali Butterfly

Yep, more snow. It’s been coming down on and off for several days now, though I’m told it will be marvelously warm by next week. Spring in the Midwest, I tell ya. You can have snow on Thursday and 65 degrees and sun on Friday. So much back and forth.

This tunic hails from LISSA the Shop, a fantastic online boutique that focuses on comfortable, stylish clothes made by designers who insist on ethical manufacturing, fair trade practices, design using sustainable fabrics and coloring methods, and/or create their items here in the U.S. Just about every piece on the site is eye-catching and funky in the best possible way. I was familiar with Comfy already, but am excited to learn about some of Lissa’s other lines, including Raw Earth Wild Sky a brand that purposely leaves sleeves long and hems unfinished so you can customize lengths using just your scissors. BRILLIANT. I’ll have a coupon code for LISSA the Shop in my next newsletter, so if you’re not signed up already, now’s the time!

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Dressed for: My Favorite Cheat

Already Pretty outfit featuring knit moto jacket, Diane Von Furstenberg scarf, burgundy sweater, skinny black jeans, Rebecca Minkoff Logan Crossbody

Scarf – Diane Von Furstenberg via eBaysimilar colors
Jacket – via Twice – similar
Sweater – thrifted – similar
Jeans – Zuma courtesy Karen Kane
Booties – Steve Madden Winola (mine from last year, but these are exactly the same)
Bag – Rebecca Minkoff Logan (no longer available) – similar shape
Earrings – gift – similar

Just a few more snowy outfits … hang in there. Of course, by the time I use them all up it might have snowed again.

My favorite and most-used outfit-building cheat is to grab a multi-colored scarf and pull out a few colors from its pattern. Here, that just meant burgundy and black, but the scarf unifies those two beautifully and adds a bit more color overall. This is a great practice for color pairing inspiration, too: Look at an existing pattern to see colors that a professional designer has grouped, and then re-create the grouping with your own garments!

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Dressed for: The Splits

Already Pretty outfit featuring denim moto jacket, asymmetric tunic, jeggings, black buckle ankle boots, Rebecca Minkoff Logan crossbody

Jacket – Jag Jeans
Tunic – Chico’s via Twice
Jeggings – courtesy Karen Kane
Ankle boots – BareTraps Treena
Bag – Rebecca Minkoff Logan (no longer available) – similar shape
Necklace – Kali Butterfly
Earrings – Lava 9similar look

Can you see that sassy little split at the hem of this tunic? Such a unique detail, yet doesn’t distract from otherwise clean lines. I’ve been having fun layering it beneath jackets, but it’s super cute on its own, too. And it’s another Twice find, so secondhand. Shopping that site gets me to try brands I don’t generally consider for myself. Glad I gave this one a try!

Do you find that you’re more open, brand-wise, when shopping thrift or secondhand?

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