Freckles in April: Open to Interpretation

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Open to Interpretation

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For this round of Open to Interpretation we are SO excited to introduce our first guest interpreter: Sarah from Frills for Thrills!



Her blog is new to me but when Amy threw her name in the ring as a possible guest I was immediately sold. Sarah is a pastor's wife and currently lives in Portland, Oregon. She is absolutely darling and I love her style- classy with a bit of an edge.

Sarah picked this lovely outfit as our inspiration for this round:

From Maddy, who graciously gave us permission to use her photo.

I think I would give a leg for that mustard blazer. I love the infinity scarf with the pendant- it's an unexpected kind of layering. And, of course, the top knot. I can always get behind a good top knot.

ATL top, Gap shirt I cut up to make a vest, Old Navy necklace, scarf from my friend Marisa (see left sidebar-they're hoping to adopt!), Gap jeans, Payless wedges


I wish I hadn't worn jeans but it was a park day and sometimes I have to go with practical stuff. But I liked the top half!

Click below to see Erica's, Amy's and Sarah's interpretations!


OTI Week 4

7 comments:

  1. Oh, I love how different your interpretation is, but still based on the initial look. I love it!

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  2. Your colors make me think of spring. They are very happy colors. :)

    And I agree, the infinity scarf and pendant necklace are pretty awesome together.

    North Meets South

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  3. I love that coral-y color on you!

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  4. That pendant necklace is fabulous - I want it!

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  5. I love that you used the gorgeous outfit as inspiration to make an outfit of your own and didn't just copy it. Great post!

    http://www.sheer-heart.com/

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  6. How do you do your top knot? Ponytail with pieces pulled out and "curled" under toward the ponytail and pinned in place? I'm hair challenged.

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  7. @Brinestone- I tease the heck out of it then just twist it up. There is a little more technique to it than that but I think it depends on your own hair. Lots of teasing then lots of practice!

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