Something Old, Something New

ShopStyle Bloggers Give Back with Dress for Success - Power Outfit

Hey Lovelies!!! In this post, I share what it means to dress confidently especially when it come to tackling my career.  This post is a collaboration with Dress for Success and ShopStyle in an effort to promote and give to a very worthy cause.  I am apart of a group of style bloggers that are participating in ShopStyle's Bloggers Give Campaign.  During the short promotion period of December 8-9, 2015 I will be donating 10% of all sales from my blog to Dress for Success, and PopSugar, Inc. through ShopStyle will match 100% of my contribution (more info here).


Now that all of that is out of the way let's talk about how fabulous this light pink leather skirt from Zara is.  The skirt is a unique color and I just love the A line style of it.  Very flattering.  I paired my skirt with the cutest shrunken sweater.  I scored the sweater at the Goodwill for about $2.99.  It has a very 1960s inspired look, and I figured it would pair nicely with several pieces in my wardrobe.  Fun tights, and neutral shoes complete the look perfectly.

 outfit deets - sweater: Goodwill (buy similiar  here ), skirt: Zara ( here ), shoes: Gianni Bini ( here ), tights: HUE c/o Dillards ( here ), necklace: H&M ( here ); watch: Michael Kors ( here )

outfit deets - sweater: Goodwill (buy similiar here), skirt: Zara (here), shoes: Gianni Bini (here), tights: HUE c/o Dillards (here), necklace: H&M (here); watch: Michael Kors (here)

In this outfit I feel like I am Something Old, Something New - the brand.  I am wearing both thrifted (the sweater) and current (skirt form Zara) clothing, and I am completely confident in myself.  This look is my Power Outfit.  A power outfit isn't about wearing a black or navy suit; my power outfit is about being 100% unapologetically myself.  As a young child I was encouraged by my grandmother to explore style options, and to not be a conformist.  That piece of advice is ever-present in my world...and wardrobe.


Hope you guys enjoyed this post, and more importantly I hope all of you guys support #BloggersGive.  For more information on Dress for Success and their mission, please check out there website at (link here).

Please find the contribution legal disclaimer link (here), and more information on the Blogger Give Back Campaign (here)