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Orange trousers Sculpture - Blue gingham shirt JC Penney - Glitter flats Chiara Ferragni similar here and here 

If you scroll down you will see I wore these same pants the day before yesterday. You will also see I wore this gingham shirt two days before. Long gone are the days when I bothered to avoid wearing the same item in one week. In fact, here I wore the same black shirt to work every single day... nobody noticed. Sometimes you just wear what feel you want to wear. Like today.

Linking up to Shelbee's


Closet Fashionista said...

Haha yea, people rarely notice when you wear the same thing multiple times in a short span, unless it's a real stand out piece like a gown or something ;)

Mica T said...

I think we should always wear what makes us happy - no matter how short or long it was in between wears. I often know that's when a piece will be hanging around in my wardrobe for a long time, if I can't stop wearing it! :)

Away From The Blue Blog

Beauty Unearthly said...

Wow...it look super amazing...thx for sharing honey...:-)

TrendyGirls10 said...

What a beautiful slippers.



Courtney Erin said...

I'm all for dressing in what feels right and good in the moment - even if it's a repeat!

Courtney ~ Sartorial Sidelines

Kim Alston said...

Lorena, that orange & blue looks fabulous together.

LyddieGal said...

Sometimes I think it's the greatest thing to re-wear pieces...makes putting outfit details in the blog super easy, just copy and paste from the post two days ago...haha
Also, sometimes I think it's easier to think of different ways to wear something all at once.
Chic on the Cheap

Shelbee On The Edge said...

Lorena, I absolutely love this combo of orange and blue gingham! It is so refreshing and fun. And good for you for wearing whatever the heck you want whenever you want! Sometimes I wear the exact same outfit 2 days in a row...especially if I put it on and don't really go anywhere and it's completely still clean and unwrinkled. Then you better believe I will put it on the next day...it requires less planning since it was already put together! Thanks for linking up with me On the Edge.