{2.1} Does this skirt make me look like a sofa?

I think you will all be amused to know that I presented a variety of fabric choices to Mr. Bug for new cushions for our living room. He picked a yellow and white damask print that I had on hand and had made this circle skirt from. That’s right, folks. I will shortly have a matching outfit with my sofa. Twinsies!

tank | Old Navy. Approximately 310 years old and suitably stretched out. Probably more suited to use as a cleaning cloth than clothing. Nevertheless, I continue to wear it.
cardigan | Old Navy cashmere. This one is an XL petite – the sleeves are a bit short, but not so much that I was willing to pass up basic grey cashmere on super clearance! (available here)
skirt | handmade, blogged here
boots | Katie Step Up Comfort via Woman Within – real leather! Wide calved!
scarf | polka dot scarf, from Target, last year

 

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5 Comments
  • Gaidig
    February 3, 2012

    Personally, I lurve it.
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  • LaUra
    February 2, 2012

    It’s more that your sofa will look like it’s wearing a pretty dress really. I’m a proponent of Home Dec as clothing fabric.

    So the cardi is from Land’s End, not Old Navy- since that’s where the link is to?

    I’m so happy you’re digging boots that you bought online!
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  • craftosaurus
    February 2, 2012

    Oh goodness, I wear clothes much longer than I should too. I figure if it’s going to be layered anyway, nobody will know.

    You look adorable, by the way, and nothing like furniture. :)

  • Alice
    February 2, 2012

    Hahahaaaa! XD I think this is a very cute skirt and you look lovely with :)
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  • Hannah Jean
    February 2, 2012

    Haha, too cute! I would suggest a photo shoot sitting on said couch, just to see if your legs will disappear. :)
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