Tuesday, November 23, 2010

The Kissing Bridge

Hi all! It's almost Thanksgiving! This will probably be my last post for this week until the following weekend because I am going to be spending the next couple of days in Queens, NY with family. I'm so excited to see all my cousins again. What is it about the holidays that just puts everyone in such a good mood? I, for one, am a total holiday freak. I've already started my Christmas shopping. Yes, I know, Thanksgiving has not even passed. It's fine. =p I thought I'd put up an outfit post before I left though. The picture that inspired the outfit was taken in Dominican Republic and it is the door to my great-grandmother's kitchen. Her house is so interesting because it's half modern, half really old but it is all rustic which makes it so unique and beautiful. This is the door ...

You can tell just by looking at this picture that this door has history. My mother told me that she remembers that door being there when she was a kid and spent her summers at my great-grandmother's house so I can only imagine how long that door has been there. This was my outfit choice to match ...

i <3 my shoes =]

I love the different colors in the door and tried to have that reflect in my outfit. The skirt brings out the blues in the door and the shoes add that yellow mustard accent that the picture has.

The shirt and the skirt are from Urban Outfitters, the booties and tights are from Forever21, and the little bag is from H&M.



Anonymous said...

Your booties are really precious! I was actually to see they were from Forever 21, they look more expensive. Great post! :)


Lola Benito said...

Great shoes Stefany!



Katie said...

Love your shoes! Hope you have a great weekend with your family :) xoxo

Style of a Fashionista said...

Your boots are awesome love the colour and they are perfect with your outfit xoxo


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