August 22, 2011

all black everything

I just signed up for a Bloglovin account - not sure how to use it, but I'm sure I can figure it out! Anyway, 
This weekend I unfortunately had to go to a funeral. I'm the type of person who always cries at funerals even if I didn't know the person, hence why my face isn't in these shots after we got home (nobody wants to see that!). However, despite the sad occasion, I did realize I really like this outfit and will hopefully be reusing it for work. The dress is a super soft jersey material sheath dress that can be worn belted or unbelted (I prefer belted). The sleeves have a very pretty pleating which was not captured in photos. The jacket might be my best fitting Theory jacket off the rack (I personally do not think I need to get the sleeves shortened, what do you think? Do you think I should or keep them the way they are?) And of course I love pulling out my Tiffany's bead necklace for an updated look on classic pearls, because they arent very appropriate for my everyday wear. 
Jacket: Theory Gabe B, 00 (here)
Dress: from Saks Off 5th
Belt: from Ann Taylor skirt
Shoes: Liz Claiborne via DSW
Necklace: Tiffany (here)


  1. Classy, i love it! I'm following u!:)

  2. I'm always overly emotional at funerals too. It's like I feel the family's pain and I'm sad for the ones that were close the person.

    Hope you enjoy Bloglovin'!

    Virginie ♥

  3. sad occasion but you look so cute!

    love from San Francisco,

  4. Sorry to hear that you had to go to a funeral, they are always so hard. What you wore was definitely appropriate.

    Good luck with Bloglovin. I've never tried it.


  5. So sorry you had to go to a funeral but you look super classy. Great look. xo

  6. I love all-black ensembles, so sleek and slimming.

    btw we are doing a jewelry giveaway!


  7. Classic look! Love the necklace, it ads a little edge!


  8. so classic & chic!!! like it a lot!

  9. sad occasion. as for bloglovin, i'm absolutely sure you'll figure it out! the outfit is very classy!

    Costin M.