"" FutureLint (I have nothing to wear!): Imagine

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Imagine

It's Spirit Week at the school where I work, so there are dress-up days all week. Today is "Twin Day," where the kids are supposed to dress exactly the same as a friend. All the staff are dressing the same by wearing our school shirts (it says "IMAGINE" on it) and jeans. I can't "imagine" a harder thing to wear in a stylish manner than an oversized orange t-shirt but here you go! 
 Blazer - thrifted, little boys section, pins added by me
T-shirt - from my school
Jeans - GAP
Shoes - thrifted Santorini

I'm excited that you can buy flared leg pants again because I love the look, but man does it show off the fact that I am bow-legged! Oh well! I wore the fitted blazer to hide the way too big sleeves! While this is not as cute as when I wore the blazer last time, it's not too bad considering I had to work in the orange shirt! 

Some safety pin detail shots from last time I wore it... I just left the pins on the lapels because I have another  plain little boys navy blazer, so this one can stay permanently decked out! 

8 comments:

La Historiadora de Moda said...

I love the safety pinned blazer with this! I think your attempt to style up this tee and jeans is a wild success!

Rebecca said...

I think you did pretty well with styling up a big orange t. The safety pins look really fun.

Lemondrop Marie said...

Neat spirit shirt! Love the pins- so 1980's.

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Modesty is Pretty said...

That safety pin blazer is awesome! Can't expect any less from such a creative Art teacher =)
I never noticed you were bow-legged, I think those jeans look very good on you, in fact they make your legs look longer. =)

Daytime Night Owl said...

Love the safety pinned blazer! That is awesome!

Where oh where can you buy flared pants? Be still my heart...I need some.

Nicola said...

Twin Day is a really cute idea, though I can imagine children being little jerks about it and kids getting left out... good job you're staff!

Between Laundry Days said...

I think you've style the orange shirt in an extraordinarily badass way. :)

jazmyncherie.com said...

What a great idea for spicing up your blazer! I'm totally going to copy!

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