6/20/12

Modified Simplicity 1994

This wrap top is perfect for New York temps, which are expected to hit the high 90s.  However, the office temps will feel like 50 degrees so I will be sporting my pashmina scarf inside
(Background image courtesy of G.oogle)

Grey pants: New York & Co. [Thanks Ma!]
Necklace: Loft
Handbag: Cole Haan
Shoes: Payless


Did I say how much I love this blouse...

(Background image courtesy of G.oogle, but the car is mine... lol... no seriously...)

This pattern will definitely become a tnt... I never tire of wrap style garments. 

12 comments:

Serenity Love Sincere Peace Earth said...

You look great.

Sheila said...

Thank you.

alethia said...

The blouse looks great!

Irene said...

Love, love love your wrap top! You look wonderful in it.

Adelaide B said...

I still have never made a wrap blouse or dress. I guess I'm afraid of having to adjust it all day. You seem to carry it off in style though. Hmm.

Clio said...

GREAT top! Love all your chichi backgrounds! LOL

Sheila said...

Thank you.

@ Adelaide: Most find the wrap style garments fiddly. I think the fiddly part is the ties, which tend to become untied. I just make sure to tie a soft knot.

@ Clio: I love working in power point and using background images for my photos.

velosewer said...

I can see why. It fits you like a glove.

RhondaBuss said...

You don't tire of them because you look great in them. The top is lovely.

Rosie said...

Your rooftop background reminds me of Paris. Work it Sheila!

Sheila said...

Thank you.

@ Rosie: the link notes it as an open passage way on the rooftop of the Cologne Cathedral(Germany)

judy said...

Nice blouse, the "wrap" look is a good one! The backgrounds in your photos are awesome! Thanks for checking out my latest project; I agree, top-down garments allow for a more personalized fit.