What to Wear: Ladies Night

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This week the What to Wear gang and I are showing you what we like to wear on ladies night. My perfect girls night out is to go for some dinner and drinks, and this is the type of outfit I like to wear. I actually wore this to school the other day, but with boots instead of these platforms. I like to be on the sensible side walking through campus :)

One of my favorite color combos is cyan and red, and I’m currently taking a digital color class where we talked about that being a popular color combination since they are complementary colors. Choosing color combos is one of my favorite parts of design, although the translation from screen to print is such an overwhelming world. We took this hue test the first week of class, it’s amazing how much better with color women are than men. Scientifically proven :)

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When I first bought this sweater a couple years ago, it was all blue. As pretty as that color is, I couldn’t help but think it needed some red details. I swapped out the buttons, added a collar with vintage red fabric, and sewed on the chartreuse trim.

dress: F21
sweater: Last Chance + DIY
socks: Target
shoes: vintage- ebay
owl brooch: thrifted

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Make sure you check out the other What to Wear ladies to see how they rock a ladies night, and welcome our newest edition- Stacy of Let it Unravel!

Nicole: Gypsy in Jasper
Marcia: Like a Small Fire
Sondra: Abhaya Yoga
Lisa: notladylike
Sarah: Exploring Woods
Amanda: Salvaged Strawberry
Shayla: Northern Exposure
Lexi: The Girl Who Says Quack
Stacy: Let it Unravel

What’s your favorite way to spend a ladies night?

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17 Responses to What to Wear: Ladies Night

  1. I love how you altered that sweater. All of the added touches make it so special!

    As always, you look absolutely lovely. :)



  2. Salvaged Strawberry says:

    The trim and buttons on this are amazing. How crafty are you?! Love this color combo too. You look gorgeous! xo



  3. Linn says:

    Wow, it’s true – it’s really a color combination to wake you up and make you happy! You did a good job with these buttons and the trim – they’re all meant to be.



  4. Sara says:

    Super cute, I adore that cardigan! Wish it was spring enough here to be wearing dresses and skirts! Oh well… soon!



  5. Lexi says:

    I love your outfit! the colors are just great! =}



  6. Shayla says:

    Love the sweater! So creative!



  7. Jo says:

    This is seriously adorable! I love your collar peeking over the top of the cardigan – so pretty!

    x
    Lost in the Haze: A Fashion Photography Blog



  8. Sarah says:

    That’s such a cute outfit! I thought it was a dress at first, it matches so perfectly!



  9. Dus says:

    what awesome additions w/ the trim & collar on that cardi! i’d never have thought to do that & it looks so unique & vintage like that. love it w/ the orangish red dress too! your classes sound so interesting. oh & no, def don’t hate you for shopping at f21 every once in awhile, the important part is that you’re aware : )



  10. oooh, LOVE the alterations so much!!!
    The whole outfit is just perfect though :)




  11. Miki says:

    You’re so creative with the modifications you make to your clothes! You must be the best dressed girl in campus; that’s for sure! ;p



  12. Zuley says:

    Love all the different takes on it. Lots of colors!



  13. Carly says:

    This is my FAVOURITE!! I wish I could wear colour like you do…it just doesn’t exist in my wardrobe though haha and when I do buy it, I don’t end up wearing it lol. You look fantasticly colourful & vintage…love this look on you girl!!



  14. Adrian says:

    Lisa!! I love everything about this outfit! The colors look great together!



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