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Blowing through the jasmine in my mind...*
posted by Colleen Shirazi on Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at 8:37 PM (Pacific)


Top: Velvet by Graham and Spencer
Cardigan: Sundance Catalog
Skirt: gifted
Navy blue tights
Boots: La Canadienne

The skirt is pretty cool (has a little slit on each side). I'm digging the top as well; I have two (the other is cream-colored), from when there was a sale.

If I might kvetch for a moment, I wish Velvet would resume making exceptional knits. The stuff they've produced lately seems uninspired, and, well, thin. Perhaps this one's in a similar vein:


...and yet, the older one I'm wearing has a sailor-collar thing in back, and more fabric overall? (The peach color looks pretty though.)

* My daughter is slowly turning me on to modern music, but there are a few "golden oldies" my kids like.

Seals and Crofts, "Summer Breeze" (1972)

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