5/4/11

Out of Pocket



(Borrowed shirt/Paris Hilton Heels/JCP cargoes/Thrifted clutch/Random necklace)

If you are "fast" and from the South then you know what being "out of pocket" means. My grandmother would always say that when somebody was "running" the streets instead of at home.
 (She preferred that I was in a prayer closet somewhere). 
I was out of pocket.


I pieced together an ensemble based on what's laying in my trunk or what was lingering in the Mr's house. Hence...the reason I snuck his shirt...again.

P.S...does this look familiar?
Shanda strikes again!
It's my mother in law's train case!

Shanda...Thank you! I love it so!
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10 comments:

Sing said...

Cute. I love how you jazzed up the casual pieces. I'm inspired.

Inez of Style Chic....360 said...

I really love your necklace! I'm not from the south but I do sometimes say that lol.

FROM THE "REZ" TO THE "CITY" said...

I love those rolled pants and that necklace is killer! Girl you buying vintage and then doing all of that to it...smh!! lol Your creative mind probably goes a mile a minute!! lol LOVE IT! Kiah

Nikole said...

Love the outfit very casual chic...funny though I never heard of someone being out of the pocket..that must be a Texas thing

Chastity Garner said...

I hate that you and Juanette are hoarding all the great clutches in the world. I know you guys have a secret lair and when I find it...

ShandyLand said...

I didn't even know you were going to post it! lol

I was sending my cousin a link to your blog and happen to look at today's post!

((BIG HUG)) =0D

LV said...

I am so wanting that clutch! I love the way you jazzed up a basic white shirt with your accessories and you are killing it with that necklace. I love it!

Katie Mac said...

I recognize those cargos…to cute! Oh, and loving the clutch too.

Tina said...

My high school in VA used to give demerits for being Out Of Pocket, but that just meant you weren't where you were supposed to be. They used to let the boys do push-ups instead of getting demerits, so you know I made them let me do that too. Man, I could do a lot of push-ups back then.

TrendySocialite said...

Lose the pants and the glasses, keep the hair, shirt and heels and I'm sure your man won't mind that you borrowed his shirt LOL

Cute 'fit!

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