Midweek Music Relief: Experiments







Experimenting with colors and patterns can be so much fun.  Sometimes it turns out as a disaster, sometimes it turns out perfectly!  You never know unless you try.  I wanted to wear this knit skirt and shirt together, and then found the shoes I wanted to wear with it, and then I was on to the hat.  The obvious choice of hat to go with it was a black one, but I put it on and it didn’t feel right in my bones.  I saw this one out of the corner of my eye and immediately knew it would be the chosen one.  It took the outfit from plain to something a little different and funky.  I can’t express to you how important it is to experiment with your clothing.  Try something you never have before!  Pick something you don’t think will work and just try it, just to see what happens, it may give you another idea for another day.  If you don’t, you will end up with the same outfit in different versions and not only will the people who have to look at you get bored, but you, my friends, won’t feel as good about yourselves.  Clothes should be fun, so make them fun!  And while you are at it, check out the Midweek Music Relief!

Shirt: Brandy Melville // Skirt: Vintage // Shoes: Urban Outfitters // Hat: Vintage

Playlist by my lovely musically inclined assistant, Haley.


  1. What the heck?! That skirt is perfection. And seriously can’t believe that top is from Brandy Melville. I’ve had enough, we need to go vintage shopping together lol.

    xx Sarah | Loser Girl Wins

    • Is it not the coolest skirt? I love it with everything, tee shirts, button ups, obviously tanks. And I’m ALWAYS down for vintage shopping.

  2. Totally agree, great way to obtain inspiration for another day. I always do that, I put something on and take it off because I think it looks silly… In life if you don’t risk anything, you risk everything! Great post! Thestyleanchor.com

    • Risks with clothing are always worth taking in your own mirror, you can always take it off! And thank you!

    • Thank you so much!


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