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PhotoCredit: Bethany Struble Not much to say, Bethany is my other half. We’ve been inseparable ever since the day we’ve met. I don’t know what I’d do without her. Here is her look: Bethany Struble: Each Coming Night And of course, vote with your hearts! Literally, They’ll be judging by the amount of hearts we receive in the look. Got questions? ask them on my Formspring or Tumblr . To see more pics, please check out my BLOG: http://sudarsobros.blogspot.com/2012/02/each-coming-night.html http://sudarsobros.blogspot.com/2012/02/each-coming-night.html http://sudarsobros.blogspot.com/2012/02/each-coming-night.html Formspring Facebook Twitter Tumblr Also, here is the outfit video post Iron and Wine-Each Coming Night
In response to the anon’s graduation question. The middle one is the basic idea, though I was imagining fall colors for the tie, vest, etc. You also don’t need to match the pants and vest unless you want to look formal - up to you!
WIWT: one outfit, three ways
Starting with the base outfit (middle photo) you can dress up an outfit with a blazer (right) or dress it down a bit with a denim jacket (left). Wearing: J.Crew, Lacoste, Theory, Sid Mashburn.
Anonymous asked: Can you do a graduation outfit ?
I’ll look for pics, but because I’m short on time and don’t currently have my full wardrobe with me (and won’t until March) I’m going to answer with words for the time being.
If I were doing a grad outfit for myself I would do a button up, tie, vest, slacks/cords, and wingtips. I would shop for these items at H&M, thrift stores, J.Crew (or J.Crew Factory), Banana Republic, etc.
Of course, it depends on the weather, if graduation is indoor or outdoor, and your sense of style/gender whether this is an outfit that works for you, but there’s lots of room for tweaking this basic idea - I hope this helps!