Tuesday, June 07, 2011

A riot of (thrifted) colour

I wore this outfit to my cousins' dance recital in Montreal.

Skirt (worn as dress)– Thrifted (Joseph A)
Cardigan – Veronika Maine (also seen here)
Belt - ? (Sydney)
Shoes – Thrifted (Naturalizer)
Necklace – Thrifted (Jones New York)
Flower pin – Thailand markets
Purse – Thrifted (Chloe)


  1. Katrine, you always look great and you might just be the accessory queen! I love the latest posts, all of them really!

    As a side note: I check in on you every couple days but posting is a pain because I have to sign out of my work email (which uses the gmail platform) and into my personal gmail account which I never use. Anyway long story short, despite the regular comments on my part, I'm in love with your blog!

  2. Beautiful outfit, adore that necklace!!


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  4. I love how your take this top and worn it as a dress. Really enjoying the look especially the bright colours. the cardi on top works perfectly too

  5. Very beautiful dress! It reminds me of abstract paintings! :)

  6. You're so styling Kat and I agree with Dimi- this dress is straight out of an artist's studio! I can't believe those shoes and purse are thrifted- wait are they from the clothing swap? I love that you made the skirt a dress- very creative!

  7. Michèle Trahan12 June 2011 at 10:29

    You are so beautiful Kat and always so stylish :-)

  8. Cute!!! I love all the colours and that necklace it so pretty!

  9. I love your floral dress, but what I'm really in awe of in this look is the fact that you managed to find a Chloe Paddington in a thrift store! And in such amazing condition, too. I'm incredibly envious :)

  10. That skirt looks so beautiful as a dress! What a great idea. And that Chloe purse is gorgeous - great find!

    sorelle in style

  11. I am dying over that Chloe bag. Love, love, love it!


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