Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Wardrobe Wednesday - Button ups

Wardrobe Wednesday is an opportunity to show off what you've been wearing.  This is a stopping point for those juggling the balls of everyday life and wanting to look our best, looking for inspiration, and living real lives on a budget.  Wardrobe Wednesday is a celebration once a week of what we wore and who we are... individuals; young/old, in summer/winter, skinny/fat/tall/short and/or warts and all!

After helping out my friend from yesterday's Mint Jeans post, I got to have a peak inside her wardrobe and found loads of button-up shirts pushed to the back.  Now she's a mum of two and not an office worker, those tops are completely unloved.  I've recently bought a number of new button-up shirts/blouses myself, including this B/W Glassons gingham shirt, and thought it was time to spotlight some of the ways to wear these for all sorts of occasions.

This week's Wardrobe Wednesday feature, the lady to inspire me and you is our previous WW host - Miriam from Create, Hope, Inspire.  She has just completed a month of homemade outfits (do check out her creativity) - not only one very talented lady, but she has a wonderful colourful, warm, joyous spirit to match.

Now it's your turn to show us what you got!  Here's how to play:
  1. Please be a follower of the blog; there are lots of ways, Facebook, Bloglovin, GFC (see button on the side) and Email.
  2. Please link back to a specific blog post not just the URL of your blog.
  3. Please add a link back here in the text of your post.
  4. Be encouraging and visit people - leave a comment now and again too; everyone loves to get encouragement.
Linking us up today with Style Sessions (Style Elixir), Whatever Whenever (Rolledup Pretty), Thrifters Anonymous and WWIW (The Pleated Poppy).

[I send out email reminders for this link up with advance notice about the next day's theme.  Would you like a reminder on Tuesday Night?  Leave a comment below or drop me a line with your email address at kelly (dot) mcluckie(at) gmail(dot) com.]
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