Tuesday, November 9, 2010

30 for 30-Day 2

When I originally ordered this dress from Modcloth, I ordered it as just that, a dress.  And when I chose it as one of my 30 for 30 items, I again chose it as just that, a dress.  Well my friends, this is one short dress.  I think it has officially been reassigned to tunics.  I am tall, 5'10, but this a size large.  I'm not that tall.  Luckily, it still looks nice, even over a pair of skinny pants and it can certainly be worn with leggings.  I am a little disappointed because I would have liked to have worn it with a nice pair of tights to work, but I think that might be pushing it.  We'll have to see...

brown coat- F21
necklace- hand me down from Damien's mom
Delicately Dijon Dress (tunic)- Modcloth
brown wood bracelet-hand me down from friend
mustard gloves- Target (gift from my mom)
green/brass bracelet- gift from Damien's mom
brown skinny pants- Express
brown booties- F21
Petunia Pickle Bottom Cake Diaper Bag-via Ebay

I am hoping to make it off of the front porch one day again soon.  It may not happen until I am back at work and can sneak a few pics in before picking Max up from daycare.


  1. I love that dress as a tunic, what a great color! And I love all of your fabulous accessories!!! Beautiful.

  2. I love the color of that dress, and your gloves are awesome! I don't know where you find the time for photos with little Max, but I'm glad you do!

  3. Great look and remix, I especially love the mix of yellow and grey!! Now I wish I had a yellow piece in my 30 items. :)

  4. The color and fit of that trench coat is stunning! A great start on the 30 for 30 challenge fellow remixer :]

  5. I love it styled with the coat. super cute! I always have the same problem with a "dress" being turned into a tunic because it is just too short!

  6. Sorry to hear the length wasn't all you desired. However, you've done a great job at styling it to work for you! The yellow looks great on you too. A big thanks from ModCloth for featuring us on your blog.

    Your friend,
    Elisa at ModCloth


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