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I came across some old(er) photos while backing up my computer, which I’m supposed to do weekly but am more likely to do quarterly. Ah, well.

The skirt and top are both thrift store finds–the skirt stood out because I’m always drawn to bold stripes, and little boy’s oxford shirts are permanently on my “I need more of these” list.

I picked up this sweater dress (again, while thrifting) because the embroidery reminded me of something Consuela Castiglione would send down the runway at Marni. Plus, I have a thing for cozy sweater dresses–really, I have a thing for any kind of clothing that feels like a lounging robe sans the fear of flashing the neighbors.

Which I would only do if they were willing to pay.

7 Comments
  • Kyla

    January 11, 2010at9:24 am Reply

    That striped skirt is awesome! And I’m with you on the oxfords – easily the most worn pieces in my closet!

    • tamia

      January 11, 2010at9:18 pm Reply

      Somehow they always work, no?

  • Alicia

    January 11, 2010at9:09 pm Reply

    Great finds. That dress is gorgeous and vurry Marni.

  • Christen

    January 14, 2010at7:59 pm Reply

    Holy crap that dress is ridiculous cool! I love how you belted it too – it’s perfect!

    • tamia

      January 18, 2010at7:46 pm Reply

      Thanks! I love my thrift finds.

  • Wikifashion

    January 18, 2010at4:42 am Reply

    Love the skirt, it’s amazing! Love the pattern on the dress as well. I wish we had nice op shops in my area.

    • tamia

      January 18, 2010at7:48 pm Reply

      Thanks! I think the secret to finding good stuff is timing and patience.

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