What I Wore:
Shirt: Old Navy - $6
Skirt: Target - $20 (giftcarded)*
Cardigan: Old Navy - $20
Shoes: Zooshoes - $24
Belt: Anthro via eBay - $33
The answer of yesterday's mystery was, in fact, Audrey Hepburn in "Breakfast at Tiffany's." :)
*Earlier in January, I got the skirt I'm wearing in this picture along with a pencil skirt at Target to polish off a giftcard. I mean, I could've totally done the responsible adult thing and used it for groceries or house stuff, but where's the fun in that? I'm officially out of giftcards...just waiting for the giftcard fairy to look my way.
Wednesday's theme was "Wacky House Colors" (yes, a house system like Hogwarts).
The main colors of my house are red and black, and I though this outfit was just the amount of crazy that I could handle. My students were all kinds of hilarious -- wigs, body suits, and all kinds of glitter and paint. A student asked me if I liked his "wacky outfit" (he was wearing head-to-toe red), and I told him it was super cool and asked if he liked mine. He said "Yeah, but it's not like you wouldn't wear that anyway."
Thanks, kid. I'm still not sure what he meant by that, but I'm even more unsure about whether I would actually wear this.
What do you think? Is it entirely wacky or is the pattern mixing acceptable?
Linking up today with Mix and Match Fashion and her "What I Wore to Work" party. :)