I decided to do a bit of pattern mixing today
I have found this amazing 90s sweater in one of my favorite neighborhood thrift shop
One of a kind for $2
I had the perfect skirt for it, It was that thrifted a while ago
The skirt is a Katrin Leblond creation
Katrin Leblond is a Quebec designer
I paired the sweater and skirt with this pair of stripe leggings that i purchased at Uniqlo in San Francisco
I raided the Uniqlo store in San Francisco
Have you ever seen such a playful sweater!
I know, most folks would just run at the sight, but me, i can't resist!
It has sequins, stripes going all over the place, faux leather, satin, ribbon, the whole kitchen sink is there!
The color was kind of nicotinish but turned out ok after a good wash - For $2 i was willing to take the risk
This is what i wore at the Sugar House Sunday
The sugar house is a french Canadian tradition
This is where you go to eat the worst food combinations
2, 000 calories and bloating guaranteed
Think of eggs, ham, beans, patatoes, meat ball stew, meat pies, bacon, pigs ears covered with maple syrup!
It's very good, believe or not
I was reasonable until the desserts came
I was tempted by the nuns' farts and the sugar pie
I fell asleep in the car on the way home
Better watch out for the Sugar House ...You know where all that food goes...
Detail of outfit #1
Sweater- Thrifted - Rambroux et cie- $2
Skirt - Thrifted - Renaissance - $4
Leggings - Retail - Uniqlo
Tee underneath jacket - Thrifted - Cul de sac - $3
Jacket retail on sale - H&M - $7
Skirt- Thrifted - Renaissance - $4
Leggings - Retail- Ardene
Booties - Retail on sale - Yellow - $9
I will be at Patti's Visible Monday
I will see you later
Je vous fait la bise