Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Blogger Challange Outfit #2 | 2 Outfits for $100 with The Warehouse


"Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it every sixth months "
- Oscar Wilde 

When spring comes along, we all get excited in anticipation for the warm summer days soon to be upon us again. Often however, the new season brings disappointment as we pull out  clothes from that previous summer and realise last seasons look will no longer make the cut. Whenever spring rolls around, we always try to give our wardrobes a little refresh. Insert part two of our Spring Blogger Challenge! The challenge was to create two outfits for $100 from the Garage spring collection at The Warehouse. It's surprising how much it can cost to buy an entire outfit these days, but we successfully managed to put together two pretty darn good ones (if I do say so myself) for only $50 each. 


Top: $15
Skirt: $29

Make sure you check out Tara's part one of this Spring Bloggers Challenge here if you missed it!

Initially we were each going to style each look with a pair of ballet flats, but the moment we tried on these black wedges we knew we had to have them. We decided to pool the remaining money from our budget and share the wedges, although we both love them so much I'm not so sure sharing was a good idea ;) 



This blog post was made possible by nzgirl and The Warehouse :). For more information on #officialblogger check out the post here.

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3 comments:

  1. Love those shoes! Amazing you got it for $50

    Ashley | http://artedellamoda.blogspot.co.nz/

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  2. Haha oh no, sharing clothes is a hard thing to do....
    Good luck with these wedges! They're adorable.
    And yesss, love Tara's print skirt - gorgeous!

    The Dragonfruit Diaries

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