LBB

posted on: 2/08/2011

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{Shop: Similar Blazer, Dress, Necklace, Boots}

 I'm really glad I put this blazer in my 30 for 30. I know they say every woman should have an LBD (little black dress) in their closet, but I say every woman should have a LBB, a little brown blazer. (Or a little brownie batter, or a little bit of booty. Depends on what mood I'm in.)  I've found a new love for this guy. (Guy meaning my blazer. He's tweed, so that mean's he's a dude.) I'm sad that it's no longer available or you could have a well-loved blazer too. Now I'm just rubbing it in. 

Right now I'm jealous. Seriously, right this moment I wish I was sitting at the Lucky Conference. But I'm not. I'm sitting at my desk with my space heater and to be honest, I'm kind of sweaty. But I don't want to turn my space heater off because then I get cold. Cold sweats are the worst. 

Do you see why I'm jealous? Do you see it now? 

5 comments:

  1. I LOVE the mixed neutrals in this outfit! So classy and chic and the necklace is the perfect accent. You look beautiful!

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  2. Love, love, love this look! The tweed is perfect paired against the LBD - and I really, really love the 3/4 sleeve length of that dress - so fabulous!

    Small Time Style

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  3. I don't have a great blazer, and I don't have just little bit of booty...I have A LOT of booty in the pants! But my husband doesn't complain! :-)

    I do have jackets, but a blazer like that...I don't. I love this challenge because it's making me realize those I need to add to my closet and not buy those other things, etc. good pumps, pencil skirts, things to layer, etc. :-)

    Sarah

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  4. I love this! You look chic and casual, like this is something a stylish celeb would be photographed wearing in an airport or coffee shop. And it only made sense to see your photo in the ebew line up; you know how to rock a blazer!

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  5. I love this outfit! totally my style and I love mixing black and brown together, I never would as a child and now I LOVE it.

    (Wow, that was a lot of "love" in that comment.)

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