TOO many Stripes?

Happy Wednesday my friends! The title of my blog comes more as a question because lately I am on a stripe kick, not sure why. I wore stripes two days in a row, AND they were close to the same colors. Pretty pathetic. I gravitate to structured lines, don’t ask me why. But can a person really have too much stripes? That is like saying you have too much ice cream! Can you really ever have enough, nope. Moving along, what do you think of my millionth striped OOTD? HAHA.

This dress is a newbie, 90’s inspired high neck tank style! I paired it with my Qupid booties and vintage necklace (it was my grandma’s). Now this hat WOULD have been part of my look, I grabbed it for pictures only because I can’t wear this hat to work clearly, but I loved it with this dress!

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I hope you enjoyed my striped look! Thanks for reading, I love you for it.

until next time,

stay cute, stay sweet.

xoxo,

marcy b

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6 comments

  1. Nope, there’s no such thing as too many stripes! Haha I am also a striped fanatic and totally gravitate to that pattern! I especially love the high neck design of this dress! Love it!!

    1. Thank you! I feel the same way and I love the high neck myself! Have a fab weekend. xo

  2. Lovely as always 😎😎😍😍

  3. You can never have too many striped pieces! Love it 🙂

    1. Thanks Shauna, I feel the same way, CLEARLY! LOL Have a fab weekend. 😀

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