Owl Shirt

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Do the textures in this outfit seem… off to you guys somehow? Like, the t-shirt and the jersey skirt are too similar in texture, so they look weird together? It looks that way to me (well, there’s also the fact that the skirt is too long, but that’s different.) Am I imagining things? I don’t think about textures when I put together an outfit, it’s usually just colors and silhouette that I’m concerned with. Maybe this means that I’ve graduated to the next style level where I think about every element of an outfit, or maybe it just means that I’m overthinking it, as usual.

Also, this is the second time I wore this shirt on the blog and the second time I wore an owl accessory with it. I wonder if there is something about the shirt that just makes me reach for anything with an owl on it? Next thing you know I’d accessorize this shirt with a Harry Potter book.

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pleated skirt brown sandals by 14 shades of grey

T-shirt: Forever21, Skirt: thrifted, Belt: Wet Seal, Sandals: gift from my mom, Necklace: Modcloth

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4 Comments on “Owl Shirt”

  1. You’re over-thinking it. I think the similar textures help bring together the outfit. Loving that skirt!

  2. Aya says:

    I didn’t notice the skirt was made of jersey material at all. Maybe it’s because the pleats help break it up and keep the textures interesting?

    Either way, I liked this ensemble’s proportions and colors on you very much. The skirt looks like a great length to me, and I especially dig the belt and how you’ve matched it to your sandals. 😀

  3. Lovely!
    Maybe we can follow each other? x

  4. […] this outfit seems familiar too, until I realized I did wear something similar a while ago, except more casual – striped shirt (both from Forever21!), pleated midi (both […]


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