Wednesday, December 4, 2013

10 Years

Ten years ago I thought, "hey, I'll run to be class president again" and I remember being warned, "you'll have to plan your ten year reunion!" At the time, it sounded like fabulous idea and I now recall my foolishness. Fortunately, event planning is something I'm pretty awesome at. During our first planning meeting, I put together this little denim look. Perfect for chowing down on a breakfast sandwich at the only restaurant in town and putting together a game plan for the class of 2004 reunion.
[chambray top from Forever 21, jeans c/o DL 1961 (2011), cape by Wooden Ships, bag by Diane Von Furstenberg, leather gloves from H&M, hat from Macy's]


madison said...

love this look! especially the leather gloves, so cute for winter!

Jill said...

I *love* this cape! I've been on the hunt for a cape for this winter and am really inspired by how you pulled it together!


Nikki Williams said...
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Nikki Williams said...

love that hat!! so cute


Naomi said...

You look great!

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veronika girlandcloset said...

That cape, is so good Andrea + it's the most perfect colour. Love it paired with the chambray (still need to get a chambray shirt) and how fabulous is your bag?!! Love it so much!!

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Bogi Vrg said...

Love the jeans!

Jenmarie said...

What a statement those trouser jeans make! Love the way you styled them. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving weekend!

Chicago Chic said...

You look utterly crazy chic and cool! Love the cape and those gloves!


Katherine said...

Love the cape coat!

Jackie said...

Ten years....that's scary! I guess I didn't realize, but since I graduated in 2005, my reunion isn't too far off. OY!

Loving the outfit. Obvs.

xoxo Jackie

Stephanie Loudmouth said...

Love this outfit. Your style is so inspiring. Congrats on your 10 year anniversary from graduating, ha!

Connie said...

Love the DVF bag!!
xo, Connie

Maggie Adofo said...

I actually never knew that was the Class President's job to plan the class' 10 year reunion.

Maggie A