Friday, June 03, 2011


Saw this vest on On The Racks.
Went to my closet... and well...
made one.


Tommy Bahama jacket

Now - Tommy Bahama vest
Dress - gifted
Target clutch
Michael Kors watch
Steve Madden wedges


On another note
this is what I wore to last nights Orlando blogger dinner at Matteo's :)

Check out their amazing blogs:

Loved meeting everyone!!


  1. It was so nice meeting you! You are adorable in person! I can't wait to do it again. :-)

  2. ooh get you- how clever ! it looks great :) I always have big ideas of modifying stuff but it rarely come to fruition!

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  3. I came home and told my husband about your crafty vest creation. Somehow I don't think he was excited as I was about your great idea. I can't believe I JUST donated those three jackets. This would have been the perfect solution. Oh well. Still excited to have that idea for the future.

    Great meeting you and hope to see you again soon!

  4. I'm so glad I had the chance to meet you and add another fun blog to my google reader!! (and I need all of the fashion help I can get)

    You are not only super cute (and so creative!) in your pictures - but in person too :)

  5. I like your version much better, and your shoes are so cute!

  6. Adorable dress and bravo on the vest! (ha, I'm a poet and I didn't know it!)

  7. Great job on the vest!!

  8. wow, you look so pretty on THIS camera angle. and tying the vest on THAT PART flatters your waist. makes your legs look like miles long. i hope you always do that.

  9. Love that you turned that into a vest -- it's a much more interesting piece now!

  10. love love love your outfit! and how awesome to meet others bloggers near you. :)

  11. Great meeting you too! Still can't believe the vest transformation involved no sewing at all.

  12. Finally catching up on my blog reading -- love all your recent posts and thanks SO much for including me here! You are totally rocking that DIY vest -- adorable as always, girl! And so creative, I wish I could make cute things. :)

    xxo Laura