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Friday, March 16, 2012

Building a Remixable Wardrobe, Part 4: Layering Pieces


For the next section of the Building a Remixable Wardrobe series, I want to talk about the importance of having layerable pieces.  (Is that a real word?  Do you like how I make up all sorts of words in this series, like "layerable" and "remixable" and "reimagining"?  My spellcheck hates me.)



Layering, My Frenemy
Can I just say that I'm terrible at layering?  I don't like having to fuss with a lot of pieces of clothing because, you know...I like to able to do cartwheels in my outfits, just like everybody else.

Anyway, in my pursuit of a remixable wardrobe, I realized that I needed to make friends with layering.  I noticed that layering brings a new dimension and fresh perspective to pieces, and I knew it was the next step to mixing up my wardrobe.  It was helpful that I also realized that you can layer in a way that's impactful but not super fussy.  Yay!

Finding the Right Pieces
So then, I tried to layer.  And failed.  Why?  Because, like I mentioned in Part 3, I had built my wardrobe around jeans and a cute top, leaving me void of any good pieces to layer with!  I had to backtrack a little and figure out what kinds of pieces would help me be able to layer well.

And that is where we are going to start today.  I'm not here to teach you how to be a layering ninja, because I'm still not good at it, plus it's not really my style.  What I can do is show you a few pieces that you can use for minimal layering but that will still diversify your wardrobe.

Let's do it!



The Camisole - Boring, but helpful
I'm starting off with the least interesting of all layering pieces: a camisole, aka cami.  Do I need to say this?  Yes, I do, because I've heard so many friends say, "I never wear this top / I can't find tops because everything is too see-through or low cut."

And then I yell in outrage, "WHAT?  Just wear a cami!"  With the thin material that's out in stores, not wearing a cami really limits your shirt options.  I like to be fairly modest, so I actually wear a cami underneath about 90% of my tops and dresses.

I stock up on black and beige/nude camis when they're on sale for $3-5 at Old Navy, and I seldom have to avoid a shirt because it's see-through or too low-cut.


from oldnavy.com


If you, too, have avoided tops because they were too see-through or low-cut, wear a cami underneath and let yourself finally wear those cute tops you've been avoiding!  Got it?  Good.  :)

Now that that's out of the way, let's move on to the rest...



The Completer Pieces
I feel like a broken record talking about "completer pieces" so much, but I love them and think they are such an easy way to remix your wardrobe.  So, we're gonna talk about them in depth.  :D


Colored Cardigans
Cardigans are the easiest layering pieces for me, but prior to this blog I wore them in a way that didn't serve well for remixing.  I'm always cold (yes, even living in San Diego--I'm a wimp!) so I always had a cardigan, but only grey or black--whatever matched.  I wore them only for utilitarian reasons and never thought to actually utilize cardigans as significant pieces that could change up my outfits.  They can be both utilitarian and significant pieces to your outfit.  Cardigans are a great way to add color and interest to your outfit, and doing something as simple as changing the color of a cardigan can go a long way!  

For example, using different colored cardigans can be a simple way to remix a dress:


Or this example that I've used so much...

Different colored cardigans can also be a great finishing touch to enhance a typical jeans + cute top combo:

The two pics with the floral top are virtually the same outfit, just with different color combos!

Imagine any of the outfits in the three sets of pics above with just a grey or a black cardigan.  Most of them would be drab and monotonous!  Again, colored cardis are such an easy way to bring diversity to your outfits.

Patterned Cardigans
Patterned cardigans are fun because they add an extra notch of visual interest!  I only have one, my striped cardigan, but there are plenty of other patterns you can get: polka dots, floral, animal print, and geometric prints, to name a few.

In these outfits, the striped cardi is the focal point:


Imagine each of these outfits by themselves.  They would just be a plain maroon tee and jeans, a simple white tee + yellow skirt combo, and a simple grey dress.  The striped cardigan changes up each of these combos and pulls them together to create a more interesting outfit.

Fun cardigans are a very simple way to change up your outfits.  Bonus: they keep you warm, too!

(Kristina J. also recently wrote a post on the impact of a cardigan.  I love her cardigans, so be sure to pop over to her blog!)



Blazers + Jackets
Do I need to tell you how much I love blazers and cropped jackets?  I'm a broken record, truly.

If you look through my blazers label you'll see that so many of my outfits would just be bottoms with a boring shirt without the blazer.  You can get a fitted cut, boyfriend cut, tweed, corduroy, linen, colored, blah blah blah.  There are so many options and they are so versatile!  

Blazers and jackets can be worn over anything:
  • jeans + shirt
  • dresses
  • skirts + shirt

I didn't create a picture because there are too many possibilities.  I mean, even if you look at these two pics from Part 3 of this series, not only do those outfits use different colored bottoms, each one also has a different completer piece.

Pics originally seen in Part 3 of this series




Vests
I didn't own a vest because I thought they were the biggest waste of money.  As someone who's always cold, I didn't want to pay for a garment that had no sleeves because I needed all the warmth I could get.  But seeing Kendi remix her army vest in 50 billion ways gave me a change of heart as I baffled at how many ways you could remix it.

Here are a few ways you can wear one:


While something like a cargo vest is absolutely versatile, what I actually appreciate about it more is how distinct the feel of a vest is compared to a cardigan or a blazer.  A vest can change an outfit SO MUCH.

For example, in the second pic with the vest + tank top, the base of the outfit is exactly the same as shown earlier in this post in the cardigan section--the outfit with the green cardigan.  But the respective finishing pieces of a cardigan and a cargo vest make the outfits feel so distinct that you don't even notice that the jeans and top are exactly the same.  

Side by side:



Likewise, check out how the blazer and army vest each create a distinct outfit over essentially the same combo of a striped tee and jeans.


Hopefully you now understand why I talk about "completer pieces" so much!  They can totally change up your wardrobe, so utilize them!



Long Sleeved Button-ups
And finally, moving away from completer pieces, let's talk about long-sleeved button-ups.  I didn't own any before this blog, but I've found them to be extremely useful in changing up my outfits.  Button-ups are nice because, while the completer pieces I previously mentioned go on top of the rest of the outfit, button-ups do both, layer underneath something and layer on top of things.

There are so many types of button-ups to choose from: the standard white button-up, silk blouses (or ones that feel similar), gingham/plaid shirts, chambray, etc.

Here are a few examples of how to layer a button-up:


Layering Under
One thing to note is that when layering under a sweater or cardigan, I love to let part of the shirt's sleeves poke out past the sweater or cardigan's sleeves.  I think it's so cute and adds another dimension to the outfit.

Layering Over
I typically used to think of layering button-ups underneath things, so I was amazed to learn that you could wear them over things like dresses, tees, and tanks like in the bottom row of the picture above.  This opened up so many more outfit possibilities for me.

Bottom Row, pic #1
In the first picture of the bottom row, I'm actually wearing a dress, not a skirt.  I layered a white tank over the dress, and then layered the denim top over.  I don't have good dresses for layering a denim shirt on top of a dress, but I think the look is really cute.  Here are better examples from other bloggers:
1 - unknown, found at seek first
2 - M Loves M
Bottom Row, pic #2
I tied the denim shirt over the same dress in the very first set of pictures of this post.  layering the denim shirt on top totally makes the dress look like a skirt!

Bottom Row, pic #3
And finally, a plaid button-up open over a tee or a tank.  I love the easy, laid back feel of this.

Try experimenting with your different button-ups, like the ones mentioned before: standard white button-up, silk blouses, plaid, gingham, and chambray tops, etc.  There are a lot of ways you can use them to remix pieces you already have!



This post was way more involved than I intended it to be, but hopefully you've gotten a sense of how you can utilize layering not just to keep yourself warm, but to remix your wardrobe as well.  

Have a great weekend, and happy remixing!


86 comments:

  1. I love your blog! I love your helpful styling tips, thank you!

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  2. Love this post. All fantastic ideas. And I love that these are more simple layering ideas, cause that's what's best for the summer, I think!

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  3. Your blog is amazing! It is so clear and enlightening! I'm in the process of building a more stylish and mature-looking wardrobe and your blog has been extremely helpful! Love your style!

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  4. What about colorful camis/tanks?  I almost always wear a cami or tank but I have lots of colors: white, black, navy, royal blue, periwinkle, aqua, kelly green, jade green, etc.  It's a great way to mix in a little extra color. 

    I haven't ventured very far into completer pieces yet.  I have a black cardi and a grey cardi :)  But, they do have textural interest.  The black cardi has lace inset shoulders (and as a bonus it is very fitted in the waist, which I love) and the grey one has a crochet trim detail.

    I'm new to your blog and I'm really enjoying it!

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  5. i am totally on the hunt for a green army vest!!! love it as a layering piece and i NEED one!!

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  6. Love all these ideas! And the same outfit paired with the vest vs. the cardigan - makes it into two completely different looks. I totally buy in to layering as a way to create interest, but then here's my new problem: once it gets too warm out to layer, I feel boring doing just the dress or just the jeans + tee!

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  7. Found you through Pinterest and I'm loving your blog! 

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  8. this is a great post!! good advice :)

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  9. Great post on layering! I don't have a vest but now I can see how useful and versatile one would be! I can also see how different colored cardigans and bottoms are helpful in remixing...but I have a question:
    Some wardrobe advice I've read recommends choosing 1 or 2 base colors (like black and gray) and then 3 accents (say, red, blue, and green). I have more colors than this in my wardrobe, and while I'm trying to simplify my wardrobe and maximize remixing possibilities, there are some colors I really enjoy wearing but they don't always go with the other colors I like to wear (if that makes sense?). Can you explain how to best choose your different colored cardigans and bottoms so they are most versatile? Do you stick to a set group of colors, or just go with what you like? I know some of this has to do with our natural coloring and which colors look best on us, but it's hard to figure out which new colors to incorporate (if any) or if I should just stick with buying more things in the colors I already have and try to make it work?

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  10. Hi there!
    I've lately come across your blog via alreadypretty and find these post about making the most of your wardrobe very interesting. I would like to add some advice from my personal experience.
    First of all I would like to second Selah about the use of colourful camis and tanks, peaking out in the d├ęcollete they give a nice colour accent.
    Second: Since I have started to put more thought into what I wear and to layer more, the most versatile and most used layering items in my wardrobe are tube tops and bandeau top.
    I use them as layers underneath, but I find them more versatile than camis with straps, because I can pull them down for a lower neckline or up for a more modest look. Whereas most of my "camis" are tanks with a slightly curved neckline, these tops have a straight border, which I often prefer as a underlayer, because this way they don't clash with the neckline of the toplayer.
    I also use tube tops for extra warmth in winter - they don't add bulk at the armpits or shoulders and can be pulled down and be tucked into your trousers/skirt so they cover your kidneys (I sound like a grandmother here).
    In summer it's quite sticky where I live, and to wear a cami for modesty would often be too warm, so I wear a strapless bandeau top over my bra when I put on something with a very low neckline. From the outside it looks exactly like a cami, but it's much more breezy.
    Well, I think that's all for the moment.
    Keep up the nice posts!
    Sonja

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    1. I have never even considered a tube top as a layering piece. What a great idea! I'll have to try that this summer in the Southern heat & humidity.

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  11. LOVE the part about the vest.  I have a vest kind of like that and am always unsure how to wear it!  Excited to try more ways!!! have a good weekend!

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  12. I love this! Layering is soooo my frienemy. I have a difficult time layering without it looking bulky. I think I need to invest in some better cardigans :) 

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  13. Hi Audrey!

    My girlfriend loves your blog and wants to know where she can get that dress you're wearing in the cardigan swap picture.  The black sleeveless with the floral(ish?) skirt.

    Thanks in advance!

    Mike

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  14. Hi Mike!  First of all...props to you for commenting on a women's style blog!  Nice boyfriend you must be.  :)  The dress is from Target, but maybe a year and a half ago--sorry!  The closest I could find is this one in the Navy Top/Warhol Floral pattern: http://www.target.com/p/Xhilaration-Juniors-Strapless-Dress-Assorted-Prints/-/A-13941454

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  15. If it helps, I saw a very similar one at Forever 21:
    http://www.forever21.com/Product/Product.aspx?BR=f21&Category=dress_casual&ProductID=2087532371&VariantID=

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  16. I love how simple you make this. So so helpful! Thanks for your blog & super cute outfit ideas. (:

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  17. I'm visiting for the first time via Mama Loves Papa, and I'm hooked. This is a great post. I'm so inspired to see how I can remix my own wardrobe according to the suggestions you mentioned.

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  18. This has been such an awesome, helpful series! I hope one day I can become a "layering ninja" too :) I have the very same Old Navy vest, so thanks for the inspiration for more ways to wear it--it's one of my favorite pieces! 

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  19. I love all the ideas and am a fan of completer pieces! However I live in Florida and we pretty much bypassed spring and are headed for summer really fast! How do I make an outfit look complete with out adding on more clothes? 

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  20. SuperwomanevelynThursday, March 29, 2012

    Wow, you are amazing!  

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  21. Hi Clara!  Oh, gosh...I think I'd need to see the full spectrum of the colors in your wardrobe to feel like I can give you a helpful answer.  But I will say that if I could build my wardrobe from scratch, I'd do the thing where I chose 2 base colors and a few accent colors.  Since that wasn't the case for me, I tried to choose colored bottoms or cardigans that worked with a handful of my tops, in hopes that 2-3 different colored bottoms would collectively cover most of my shirts.  

    Also, you can try some other colors, like the pseudo-neutrals such as tan, navy, and olive.  They add some color and differentiation but are more versatile than bright red or something.  So a mix and match of really colorful things and a few pseudo neutrals might help.  That way, if you have bright green pants you can pair them with a navy or tan cardigan. 

    Sorry, I'm not quite sure how to be helpful cuz I'd need to see which colors you already have for cardigans and pants, but email me if you have more questions!

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  22. I've had a couple of people from Florida say the same thing.  It's not too humid in San Diego, so I don't have a great grasp on how deathly the heat is.  I was there once in high school during the summer and wanted to die, though.  Haha.  Anyway, I think accessories can also pull together a look.  My final post of the remixable wardrobe series is on accessories, but I've been so busy I haven't had time to write it yet.  I think a statement necklace, bracelet, earrings, or a belt can also do wonders for an outfit.  I'd say add a scarf or a hat, but even that might be too much to be wearing in high humidity.

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  23. How am I just now finding your blog!? =) ahhh I love it!  Totally pinned this (that's how I found ya!) and might need to print out a few ideas for my closet inspiration board that I have hanging up next to my clothes -- I am fashionally challenged but working through it =)  lol thanks for the tips gorgeous! 

    xoxo
    jenn

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  24. This is such a fab, in-depth post! I am bookmarking this to come back time and time again! And yes, I found you through Pinterest thanks to Jenn @ Peas and Crayons pinning your link!

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  25. This is so helpful! Thanks for putting it together! :)

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  26. Thanks for such an informative series! I've lost quite a bit of weight and finally feel like I can start to wear 'fashion' rather than jeans and baggy tops. I've been scouring the internet on how to create a wardrobe that is very versatile and able to be mixed and matched. I love your style because it is similar to what I would like to do - quite modest, modern, comfortable and fun. I've bookmarked this because I know I will be referring to it a lot in the future. Thanks again, so much.

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  27. OK, so I am all over the cami thing. Pretty sure I have a cami in every color! So there's one point for me! haha. I see several things here I could add to my wardrobe without spending too much that would make a big impact, button ups, cardigans... By the way, I love your cardigans! Where do you get them??

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  28. Mostly from H&M--in fact, almost all. My mustard cardi is from Target but I'm annoyed with it because it pills/fuzzes after just a few washes. I've worn my H&M cardigans WAY more and have washed them way more and they are still in tact. I've had a few of them for 5 years! H&M rotates new colors every single season. Kind of addicting! I also just bought one from Old Navy that seems to be okay.

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  29. Shannon SchultheisThursday, August 02, 2012

    Thank you so much for writing all parts to this post! You have helped me so much.  I think I understand how to do this now :)  


    Would you mind telling me where to find that black and white striped sweater with the blue long-sleeve?  I love it and they look great together.  

    Thank you again!

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  30. OMG....I ran across your blog a few nights ago....and I am hooked.  I am also trying to revamp my style, but didn't know where to start.  I'd often see others pull off amazing looks and couldn't duplicate it to save my life.  Your tips are amazing and easy to follow.  Now I can build an amazing wardrobe without breaking the bank or taking over my hubby's side of the closet.  

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  31. Welcome to the blog, Rasheedah!  So glad to hear how it's helped you.  Good luck!

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  32. Ran across your blog from pinterest and I LOVE it!! Thank you for all your amazing tips and advice-- I've seriously felt lost and have fallen into the t-shirt and jeans all the time hole :) 
    Thanks again!! 

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  33. I too found your blog through Pinterest and it may be the most useful thing I've ever found online! Thank you for not making me feel like an idiot, and for finally capturing the "101" level styling how-to that no fashion magazine or other style blogs ever really seemed to get. It's late on a work night so I have to fight the urge, but all I want to do now is rip everything out of my closet and start re-mixing!!!

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  34. I'm so glad to hear that, Megan!!  Thank you for taking the time to comment.  Good luck with the remixing!

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  35. I just discovered your blog and it makes me see my waaaay too big closet in a whole new light!  I keep buying pieces thinkjing I need more but maybe I'm just not playing enough with them...
    Say, where did you get the fab green vest?  Thanks for helping so much, your writing style and pics make it very easy :))

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  36. You are amazing - and what makes you even more so is that you are so MODEST. THANK YOU FOR THAT. Finding style and modesty seem so hard these days, so modesty has to come first for me. Thanks for showing me the ropes! You're adorable!

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  37. Great post! One question I have is about layering in warm weather...Any tips? It's so tricky to layer in 100 degree heat (plus humidity!). Even thin scarves look ridiculous in the Southeast during the summer, and a lot of necklaces either make things too dressy, or are too small to really be a layer. And a cami under another shirt in 100 degrees isn't that great of an option, because it's just too hot for 2 shirts!!

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  38. Hi Paige! I think it's important to keep in mind that layering is just ONE way out of a few things you can do to mix up your wardrobe, so I wouldn't layer in 100 degree heat with humidity. I don't even layer when it's 80 degrees in San Diego with no humidity--it doesn't make sense to. Instead, I'd suggest doing some of the other things in the rest of the Building a Remixable Wardrobe Series and
    layer when it cools down in Florida...to like 70 degrees. :P I disagree that a necklace makes things too dressy, though! It totally depends on the necklace and the outfit. Here are some outfits that utilize colored bottoms and a necklace that are casual: here, here , here
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  39. Hi Paige! I think it's important to keep in mind that layering is just ONE way out of a few things you can do to mix up your wardrobe, so I wouldn't layer in 100 degree heat with humidity. I don't even layer when it's 80 degrees in San Diego with no humidity--it doesn't make sense to. Instead, I'd suggest doing some of the other things in the rest of theBuilding a Remixable Wardrobe Series and layer when it cools down in Florida...to like 70degrees. :P I disagree that a necklace makes things too dressy, though! It totally depends on the necklace and the outfit. Here are some outfits that utilize colored bottoms and a necklace that are casual: here, here, here.

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  40. I am so a beginner when it comes to fashion. My husband is also in me medical school so money is really tight. I LOVED this series because it has really helped me see where I should spend my money to maximize my clothing budget. My closet is mostly filled with "one-hit wonders." Thank you SO much for helping me change that. Love, love it.

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  41. Okay, wow! I too found your blog via Pinterest and was immediately hooked. Thank you for breaking the style "basics" down in understandable concepts and building blocks. I have felt for so long like a lost cause because I'd try so hard to imitate outfits I see others pull of so well and still couldn't make it work for me. Thanks for the tips!

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  42. I love your blog SO much! I love mixing and matching and creating new outfits so much that my closet is OVERFLOWING with 'one hit wonder' pieces. Your blog really helps me understand how to categorize my wardrobe. Im going to be donating a lot of clothes in the next few weeks! I'm so ready to get a handle on organizing my wardrobe! Thanks again for your blog!

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  43. I use camis the same way. Ok, for the really weird idea: I buy large lace boy short underwear, cut off the bottom and use it as a band around my top. It fills in any "v's" in my neck line and keeps any tops from being too low. I have gotten a ton of compliments.

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  44. I am so glad someone else asked this. so, I guess this probably depends on the person and where you live but I am ALWAYS hot. I mean I even wear the super thin tshirts because they are lighter than the regular tshirts. Just thinking about wearing a cardigan or jacket all day makes me break out in a sweat. I guess we'll work on 1-3 & 5! :)

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  45. Another great "cami" is the aerie racerback bras. They come in many colors and as a teacher I used them to make my weekend shirts and dresses appropriate for school. They added the coverage up top without the bulk in the middle.

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  46. I'm in love with your army vest outfits. Where did you get it?

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  47. I've been looking for some new scarves, I like basic patterns (polka-dots, floral, etc.), and I really love infinity scarves, but I just can't find any that I like. Where have you gotten you're scarves seen here, or where do you suggest I look? Thank you so much! I love you're blog and I'm hoping to be able to try and remix my own wardrobe ;) thanks!

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  48. This blog has been so helpful! I stumbled upon your blog from Merrick's and love everything I've found. This sort of "fashionable" stuff doesn't come naturally to me, but I am slowly becoming better at it; in large part thanks to you (and Merrick). A couple of questions for you though, I live in Montana, and we don't have an H&M any where near us, are there any other suggestions you have for cardigans? And also, where could I look for a green Army vest like yours? It is adorable!

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  49. So fabulous! I am in the midst of a similar project on a very strict budget, and your blog is a great starting place!

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  51. I absolutely love the first dress used to show different color cardigans. Where is it from?

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  52. I would also really love to know where you got your army vest! I can't seem to find one anywhere!

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  53. Your blog is amazing!!! I have been thinking of ways to revamp my wardrobe and here we go!!! Thanks

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  54. I cannot thank you enough for your amazing ideas!!! I've been stuck in a fashion rut and had no idea where to start until I ran into you on pinterest. You are absolutely adorable, have amazing ideas, and cannot thank you enough for the modesty you include!!!! That was my biggest difficulty...finding fashion and modesty. You've been a HUGE help. Thanks so much!!!!

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  55. I'm really glad to hear that this has been helpful to you! Thanks for taking the time to write!

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  68. Thank you SO MUCH for all of this. I'm 30 and wish I read this back in high school. I feel like I'm just getting into my own as far as style goes, and this is all so helpful. I do have one question. Wearing the see through/chiffon stops with a cami...do you wear a strapless bra then? That has always been my dilemma. I'm about a 36C cup, so I really have to wear a bra, but I'm just unsure which kind to wear! Any you recommend in particular?

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  69. Hey Ariel! I would not recommend wearing a strapless bra if you need more support. I might recommend a tank top with thicker straps instead of a cami. There are some thin tank tops out there that are like camis and not bulky. If that doesn't work I would reconsider the see through chiffon tops. Good luck!

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  73. When it comes to bra's, spend the money and go get fitted at a good lingerie store (not Victoria Secret or other chain) A really good fitter.It makes all the difference!!! you can where a fleshcolored bra with straps under the mentioned chiffon and cami

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  77. I cannot live without my long sleeve button ups They are great for everything, again based on the layering!

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  78. Thank you for such wonderful ideas! I always struggled bc I'm plus sized, not a fashionista, I don't like revealing too much flesh but I still like to look put together. You've given me tons of ideas and tomorrow I'm off to find me some belts! Thank you!!

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  80. I have another really great layering idea with collared/button-down shirts that I stole from a J. Crew catalog photo: the shirt under a cowl-neck sweater. The collar can be folded and peek out of the opening, or popped. And the cuffs extending a little past the sweater sleeves, or folded back over the sleeve edge. This is perfect for wearing in a cold(er) climate!

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  81. ooh--one more: wear the collared (long-sleeve) shirt under a structured short-sleeve shirt, like a leather or leather-like top, or even something softer like a t-shirt or blouse. The two should contrast a bit, for example a polka-dotted shirt and a plain short-sleeve top.

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  82. I have a khaki utility vest from Old Navy that I just couldn't figure out how to wear. Thanks for the inspiration! A question about layering button downs...I always feel so bulky when I try to do this, particularly with cardigans. I feel like I can only wear cardis with T's so you don't see all the wrinkles and feel like my arms are sausages....Ok, weird but any tips on this?

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