Friend Friday: The Outfit Formula

Would you look at that – only 11 outfits to go!

T-shirt: Forever21, remixed
Skirt: thrifted, remixed
Flats: Me Too thrifted, remixed
Necklace: self-made using this tutorial

This week Friend Friday‘s questions is about your go-to outfit formula, or your personal uniform. Here we go:

1. What’s your go-to outfit formula? I have a few – fitted top + full skirt (or an A-line dress) + heels; tunic (or a short dress) + flare jeans + flats; and tunic + skinny jeans + boots. Yes, I do seem to wear tunics a lot.

2. How did you come about this formula? I’ve just discovered the full skirt/dress formula, since I’ve only started wearing dresses recently. It balances out my broad shoulders, long torso and short legs. The other two formulas came from my dislike of short tops (hence the tunic), and the flats + flare jeans or skinny jeans + boots also bring the balance that I want.

3. Do you have different formulas for different occasions in your life?  Sure. The dress formula is for when I want to feel more feminine/ dressed-up. The others are for when I want to look put-together but more relaxed. As for my casual or weekend wear, I’m more likely to reach for a pair of straight leg jeans, sneakers and a T-shirt.

4. Has it morphed over the years? Definitely. Before this blog, my one and only formula was jeans + T-shirt + sneakers (add a sweater/hoodie in the colder months.) I even wore it to my college graduation (OK, I wore a blouse, not a T-shirt, but still.) It got so bad, I had to go shopping for my first internship interview because I literally had nothing else in my closet!

5. Which other blogger’s outfit formula would you like to swipe? I have to say Tania of What Would A Nerd Wear. She wears the top + skirt combination a lot too, but she always looks so cute and effortless.

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2 Comments on “Friend Friday: The Outfit Formula”

  1. Aquí says:

    yay, you’re almost done!! I love the bird nest egg! Where did you find it? I have a friend who just loves bird nests!

    • Salazar says:

      I made it myself actually. Just string some pearl beads on beading wire and wrap it around the beads into the shape of the nest (there’s a link to the tutorial up there if you want more details).


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