WIWW: Keeping it Under Wraps

2013, Fashion, OOTD

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was catching raindrops on this WIWW edition.  It’s been raining like Seattle in Atlanta lately.  While the rain means I’m napping more, (what else is one to do when it rains all weekend?), I’m glad the parched ground is getting revitalized.  

Top – Ann Taylor Loft Cardigan

Skirt – Target

Shoes – Target

The top is actually an open front cardigan, but I wrapped it together to transform it into a blouse.  I’m always looking for ways to reuse the items I already have in my closet.  Fashion isn’t always about trends, sometimes it’s about innovation.

13 thoughts on “WIWW: Keeping it Under Wraps

  1. That’s so creative how you made the cardigan into a shirt! I have done that with a button-up cardigan, but never an open front – it looks awesome. Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. How cool! I never would have thought to do that with an open cardigan. Totally looks like a full shirt. And cute to boot! 🙂

  3. This outfit looks very cute and polished, love your haircut, too! I first I thought the cardigan was a top, it’s nice how you wore a bit differently.

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