Sunday, September 5, 2010

Fit for a feast

This outfit whisked me from a job interview to a birthday interview. Actually, I whisked myself - the outfit did very little of the walking.

Headband: Wal-Mart
Vintage scarf: from Grandma
Tuxedo jacket: H&M via Crossroads
Black and white dress: DKNY via Salvation Army
Tights: Target
Oxford pumps: DKNY via eBay

Wearing a bun makes it very, very easy to forgo washing one's hair for an irresponsible period of time.

I celebrated my birthday with family at my favorite Italian restaurant. I have been ordering their cavatelli for over a decade. Cavatelli, though, is a very dense and ruthlessly bloating pasta. I had the foresight to acknowledge the fact that after a plate of it, I would have a carb gut. This dress' waist is cut a bit high and has some extra room in it. And fill it I did.


Catherine Catarina Au Jong said...

so neat!! i love it


Lauren said...

I love this look, I have a cropped blazer that I think I'm going to use this outfit as inspiration!! Too cute!

Sparrow & Urchin

Leilani said...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Hope your job interview went well. :)

Kerri @ OldLadyChic said...

That blazer is amazing! Looks great with the dress.

Kirstin said...

I love the way you did your hair, so gorgeous!

Robyn said...

Between "Th outfit did very little of the walking" and being okay with going extended periods of time between hair washing, I knew I had found a new favorite blog.

Adrianna Traxler said...

Love every piece to your look...very bold and i like that you mixed patterns

Fashion Cappuccino said...

You look like a modern Audrey Hepburn!! Beautiful shades! xoxoxoxoxoo

Melrose said...

ooh I love the purple lining in this jacket and the way it pulls everythign together!

Anonymous said...

such a lovely jacket, birthday girl.

Dial V for Vintage said...

Pretty outfit! I love the way you did your hair, very elegant :).