WIW: Nostalgic Tee and others

A few WIWs

#1 Trying out the nostalgic Tee formula by pairing my frog tee shirt (made out of an old jersey sheet) with dressy black slacks and a gray blazer.  I added my most refined shoes: black patent peep-toe wedges.  Does it work?

#2 Green sweater (too short) and rolled pants (that are too wide to roll this way, I suspect).  Green, non-matching shoes.  In spite of practically everything wrong with it, I liked it.

#3 Column of navy (tee shirt, wide-leg jeans) with my floral jacket.  Wet hair in pic.  Worn to a mother-daughter banquet on Saturday.  Wishing I had tried white shoes....

Feedback or Suggestions? 
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  • Day Vies replied 7 years ago
    No suggestions just appreciation. #2 is my favorite by a hair only because I love that shade of green with blue. You just look so casually polished! 
  • Joy replied 7 years ago

    These all look great on you. The frog tee is a happy pop of color. I think 2 is also my favorite.

  • replied 7 years ago

    I like 2 also!

  • rachylou replied 7 years ago
    Very sophisticated in #1. I LOVE you in green in #2. The wide-leg jeans and floral jackets are also winners in my book.
  • Sara L. replied 7 years ago
    I love the frog tee - so fun and different.  I really like #2 with the green sweater too.  It's looks casual and comfy but also pulled together.  I actually like the navy shoes you chose in #3 because it allows the jacket to be the focal point of the outfit.
  • Caro in Oz replied 7 years ago
    I like #2 - happy colours:)
  • shevia replied 7 years ago
    I think #1 works, and I am quite bowled over by your shirt made from a sheet! #2 is also fab!
  • Debora replied 7 years ago

    You are so cute! I especially love #2 with its bright colors.

  • bj1111 replied 7 years ago

    #1 is so polished and chic. #2 is a super interpretation bfs and bookending. Love that color on you.

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