What We Wore: Winter Remix Challenge

This week, Jessica Quirk from What I Wore hosted a great Winter Remix Challenge that I was thrilled to be featured in! The idea for the challenge was to take one piece and remix it in a new and different way. I took my Navajo print tee and mixed it up a bit.

I was way impressed and inspired by many of the photos of the other gals who took part in the remix challenge participants! Here are some of my faves:

I’m sensing a trend here — layering, bright, bold colors, stripes, and angular prints. What’s not to love?

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10 Responses to What We Wore: Winter Remix Challenge

  1. mirefa says:

    Lovely! You looks so gorgeous :) I love your outfit, so classy and chic, I really love it

    I also love your blog :D so inspired me

    lets visit mine and you can follow me may be :D http://mirefasdiary.blogspot.com/

  2. Crystalin says:

    Thanks for featuring me here and stopping by ITCWC! I absolutely love your cargo skinny jeans/pants. Such a fun challenge to participate in :)

  3. Laura says:

    Thanks for posting my remix pics :) I love that you paired a navy tee with slim kahki pants. Great look!

    Laura http://laurawears.tumblr.com

  4. My pleasure, Laura! It\’s a little hard to tell, but the Navajo print on the navy tee has some olive mixed in, so the green cargo pants were a natural fit.


  5. Thanks for coming by Crystalin! Happy to feature you, I loved your sassy photos :) Yes, these cargo skinny pants have been a great addition. Carla\’s Closet has a similar pair and she\’s worn them to death.

  6. Thanks Mirefa for your kind words. The artwork on your blog is lovely! You have great talent.

  7. Cait says:

    Hi Sarah! I appreciate you featuring my outfit pics, too :D I'm really loving both of your outfits, especially the navy/orange combo! Where did you get your shirt? I'm a huge sucker for southwestern-y prints but I haven't been able to find many clothes that I like.

  8. Hi Cait! My pleasure :) Thanks for your feedback, too, I love the orange and the blue together as well. I picked up this Navajo top from a boutique in Park City Utah called Olive and Tweed. Looking in boutiques may be your best bet because a lot of the fast fashion shops don\’t have as good quality prints. Good luck!

  9. Cait says:

    cool deal, thanks for the tip! :)

  10. Happy to help — happy weekend! :)

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