You'd never guess

Brocade skirt Merona - Pink sweater Daisy Fuentes - Grey vintage bag Salvatore Ferragamo
Unless I told you, you would not know that this sweater has a blue pen like line in the front.  I accidentally hung it next to a blue and white silk Cacharel vintage scarf I had washed and the color transferred on to the sweater. I tried to remove the streak but it never came off. However since I liked the sweater so much I chose to keep it and its the reason I always layer a necklace or a scarf: so I can hide the blue line. Today I added a silk ribbon and pearl belt as a necklace, that I have had for over ten years and never wore once... 
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6 comments

Tatjana said...

Pastel colors look so good on you!
Beautiful outfit girl!


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backinstyle said...

Very clever camouflage! This outfit is so beautiful on you, I can see why you love this top, it is the perfect shade of peachy pink.

LyddieGal said...

That is the worst! I tried to hand wash a dress that was dry clean only (because I always do) and the colors started to run! Once they've migrated, nothing seems to get them to budge again, oddly enough.

Glad you are still able to style the sweater creatively and wear it despite the blue streak. And I'm really loving the blush on blush here.
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Sheila said...

This looks just awesome. I love that you're doing a belt as a necklace - so cute.

Mica T said...

I love the combination of the pastel pink top with that pretty brocade skirt! And clever idea to hide the stain with the necklace, I can see why you'd still want to wear and enjoy the top.


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Kim Alston said...

Lorena, your concealment method is brilliant! I still don't see it. LOL Great top!
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