Monday, November 26, 2012

Inspiration Monday

So the Christmas season is now officially here right??
I just can't make myself decorate while it is still November
If I was a smart woman, I would go ahead and do it this week, but no one ever accused me of being a smart woman~!

This week over at Two Birds our inspiration is Mary Kate Olsen.
Now I happen to be a fan of those girls, yes it is creepy that they seem to always be together, but I still love those girls.
I am so in love with these boots that Mary Kate has on,
 sadly there is nothing in my closet that even comes close.
This is an easy look, 
that was surprisingly more wearable than I thought it would be. 
 I can certainly say that it is a super comfortable look!
I borrowed one of son1's shirt to get the big look of Mary Kate's shirt. 
 I am sure MK is wearing a regular small woman's shirt she is so tiny.
This is not a look I would have come up with myself,
 but it is one that I will definitely wear again.
I just love the easy, messy, casual look.

Would you wear this look?

shirt-son1's closet
boots-Express(the socks are built in)
jewelry-Vera Wang by Kohl's, Canal Street-NYC


two birds said...

the shirt/tons of necklaces combo looks super sexy on you! i love the whole look, and those boots are so cute!

ChicStreetChoc Eriel said...

Very cute post!love this!
that's amazing!Love your sense of style!!

Shea Sayers said...

I love how this look turned out!! The layered necklaces mixed with the oversized shirt make such a funky, stylish look!

Rebecca said...

Son1's shirt looks nice on you. I have a hard time getting in the Christmas spirit in November. It still seems so early to me.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I would so wear this look!
You should see what else is in your son't closet. Looks great on you!
Easy breezy! :D

Leslie said...

This looks FAB brett and would work perfectly here in the pacific northwest.

J9 STYLE said...

Great look. It's way better on you than Mary Kate.

Coffee and Cardigans said...

An oversized shirt and denim is so easy and comfy! I love that you picked a brighter colored top - it makes the outfit so much for inviting. I love Mary Kate's version, but it seems a little dark and standoffish. The layered pearl necklaces is a lovely touch to!


Bravoe Runway said...

I really love that shirt from your Son's closet...hope he doesn't want it back because you should wear it more often :)

Stephanie @ Henry Happened said...

You look SO much better than Mary Kate! Her shirt is ginormous! But I agree, those boots are killer :)

Anonymous said...

Love that you went with the embellishments with this look -- very nice!

Jen @ Librarian for Life Style

LyddieGal said...

I love the slouchy half tuck!

I'm all for waiting until decemeber to really get into christmas mode.

hasn't stopped my shopping these past few days however!
Chic on the Cheap

Sylvia said...

I would totally wear that look...love it! Great take on the inspiration outfit :)

Hazel said...

It's an easy look to wear isn't it! I love their style and how they always look fabulous as well as a little scruffy and undone, they do if effortlessly!
Love your son's shirt and those boots are awesome x

Marla said...


Annie said...

This is such a cute look and I love your interpretation!

The Other Side of Gray

Tinfoil Tiaras said...

The colour of that shirt is amazing, your son has good taste! Love the pearls and sock booties, glamorous grunge! Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend!

Renae said...

Brett! hello friend! thanks for the complimento of my outfit courage. I am getting a tripod today!!! thanks for the tip of Target and my daughter found some good ones at Sears yesterday. Yay! tripod here we come.

Heather Morris said...

Nice take on the inspiration. I like your look better then hers. I really like the necklaces with this look

Giovanna said...

Fun inspo! Great interpretation! Loving "your" shirt!


Lissy said...

I love the look of the casual button down with the pearls. It looks great on you!

Kimberlee Van Der Wall said...

Look at you pulling off an Olsen look! hehe I think you did a great job interpreting and actually made it more dressed up and wearable then a casual plaid shirt :p