Sunday, August 5, 2012

Wearing Now: Chambray, Olive, and Black Accents

Chambray top: INC - $10 via eBay (from the ultimate authority on chambray)
Skirt: Burberry (similar, classy, and on sale here; another well-priced option here)
Sandals: Coach - $50 via eBay (similar here ($), here($$), and here($$$)
Bag: MICHAEL Michael Kors - $100 via Marshalls (similar here)
Sunglasses: Fendi - $80 via Nordstrom Rack
Accessories: Coach watch, necklace courtesy of Anjolee

Making my way to the metro (subway, in non-DC English) after a productive day of work and application essay writing (I'm often a compelled volunteer at my boyfriend's business). Enjoy the rest of the weekend!


  1. I am glad that you clarified was the metro was, I was one of those non-DC morons! :)

    1. Hehehe, I figured "metro" is a regional term.

  2. I love this casual weekend outfit! The chambray+olive color is a classic but I like how you added a print with the bag. And your hair looks pretty (gosh, I have not visited your blog in so long.) Hmmm interesting, I didn't know that the subway is called a metro in DC. Where I live, we don't even have subways, only a regular train.

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  4. Love the chambray shirt! They are a perfect summer to fall transition piece!
    Thank you for your sweet comment on my outfit post ~ I'd love to hear your thoughts on my latest post if you get a sec! :)


  5. chambray is definitely a staple!


  6. Really loving that giraffe print purse! Super fun and adds this special pop to your neutrals.

    <3 Cambria

  7. Anna,

    You look great I am loving this outfit and your purse is amazing!!

    p.s. lucky you getting to ride a subway ahhhhh the perks of a big city!!

  8. Ah, to be tall with mile-long legs! Great outfit - very flattering!


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