I was feeling a little sassy today….so I attempted to flip out my hair for a new look…what do you think? Yes those are my grey hairs all over the place….I decided to completely let it go…no more dyeing it. My mom looks beautiful with her salt and pepper so I figured heck why not…it’s a pain to keep dyeing all the time.
For my outfit I paired my turqoise (can you tell I have a thing for turquoise lately) and white striped maxi skirt layered with a white tank and over that the peach tank….I love the ruffles down the front! Then I added a 3/4 sleeve white sweater.
Just sassin it up lol
Layered ruffles help camouflage the belly
I took this shot outside and didn’t even know the sun was cascading over my head like this.
I seriously seriously love this necklace I bought it on Pick Your Plum last year…I hope they get more or at least something like it.
Someday when my grandkids are older they are going to look at my blog and just laugh at their crazy grandma 🙂
Well there you have it…..my sassy flipped out fashion Friday 🙂
Skirt – Nestboutique.com
White sweater- gap outlet
Peach tank- I don’t remember
Tooooo CUTE! I want and may have to be a copy cat!
Love these post on Friday, keep them coming!
Maria Brittis says
you are too cute… Great style girl !!!! Love the vintage necklace very inspiring I was just at a local vintage shop and saw a bunch of cool necklaces like what you are wearing its cool to just wear them with anything. Take care maria. http://www.simplenaturedecorblog.com
Susan Smallwood says
What a great look….love the colors and your sassy attitude!
ps: I also love the colors in your room….the pale bluish…..do you remember what color that is?
Thanks so much Susan for your lovely comments. The colors in my house are yellow and blue and the names are Lemon Chiffon and Tidewater both from Sherwin Williams
Mila Myk says
Loving it! Never would have thought that turquoise and orange can look so cute together !
Thank you Mila 🙂
Debra Oliver says
cute outfit, love the turquoise and orange! really love that sassy flipped out "do"!
Thanks Debra for your comment…you made my day! 🙂