Ikat

Monday, May 21, 2012

I get excited to find different fabrics, colors & textures to wear.. at good prices.
It turns the daily getting dressed into another creative outlet that can definitely be done inexpensively.
Ikat is an age-old pattern that seems to be everywhere right now..
I have been loving it and this morning bought one of you a skirt made out of it  (:
 It has adjustable straps to fit a size 2 to about a size 8 and can be worn lower on the waist
or on the hips like I have it.

If you'd like to have this pretty little skirt, simply leave a comment.

to enter more comments:
*tweet about it
*pin it
*let me know your favorite way to get creative with your wardrobe
without spending a lot of money


::congrats, Brianna!::

55 comments:

  1. Ohhh super adorable - I love the pattern!

    xoxo from Trinidad

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  2. Very cute skirt!

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  3. I've been living on the east coast for about 9 months now, and the thrift stores here are great. I'm also an intermediate sewer, so for me, the best way to expand my wardrobe in an inexpensive, creative way is to thrift and refashion!

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  4. Also, I pinned this. Too cute not to :)

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  5. Ooh! I do love this skirt! I'm all up for trying new and interesting prints!

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  6. Chevrons and ikat, oh how I love thee! Looks absolutely adorable.

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  7. I love it!!! SO much fun! xoxo A-

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  8. I'm a follower via GFC + Bloglovin'!

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  9. Pinned! So pretty!

    http://pinterest.com/pin/186688347023720438/

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  10. ooo I love it!! I'd definitely like to add this to my wardrobe!

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  11. So much fun and very stylish! :)

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  12. So lovely!! I would love this sweet little skirt and SO enjoy reading your gorgeous blog each day!! Thank you for letting us dream into your life! Much love and God's abundant blessings to you, Christy from Dallas TX!

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  13. I'm so happy to finally know the name of that print! haha. I love it too, just enough to give a fun pop to an outfit!

    You are so sweet to your readers!

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  14. Love your skirt! I love tribal/ethnic patterns and the colors are gorgeous!

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  15. Love this! The fabric is amazing :)

    xxx
    Jenna

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  17. I'm a follow (of course).

    xxx
    Jenna

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  18. Just tweeted!

    xxx
    Jenna
    ps sorry for the typos and double comments, I bought a Mac yesterday and am still getting used to the new keyboard :/

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  19. My go to way to spice up any outfit is a scarf, I love that they can be worn so many different ways and can make a normally boring outfit pop :)

    xxx
    Jenna

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  20. I've been hunting for the perfect ikat print dress or skirt and this one is adorable! I love bargains, too. I used to sew some of my own clothes because my mom taught me when I was young. Thrift stores and hand-me-downs are great for finding treasures like this skirt as well! :)

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  21. Anonymous21.5.12

    Very cute skirt. I love thrift shopping for wardrobe ideas. I always have the best luck finding clothes.
    I pinned this!

    Lynn P.

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  22. so obsessed with ikat right now!

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  23. What an awesome skirt!
    -LisaC

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  24. I follow you on GFC!
    -LisaC

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  25. I want. Love you girly. Xo

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  26. a little cheap and easy way to get creative is to pair items you wouldnt normally pair! you never know when two patterns might actually work~

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  27. Anonymous21.5.12

    this would be a summer favorite!! so adorable:)
    xo Charlotte

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  28. Adorable- I'be been on the hunt for the perfect ikat mini :)
    -Britt

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  29. I also became a follower :)

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  30. ahh amazing! i love this skirt! count me in :) x

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  31. Such a cute skirt! I love this print!

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  32. Such a cute skirt! I love this print!

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  33. I follow your blog :)

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  34. I often have a hard time getting creative with my wardrobe--Im just not the most creative dresser period! But every now and then Ill randomly throw something on quickly, its usually something that I havent worn in forever and every now and then it's cute :) But that's about the extent of my creativity! Wish I had more fashionable creative juices!

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  35. You look so pretty, and I love the skirt! Thanks for sharing. Also, I'm having a ChicWrap giveaway today that you should enter!

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  36. so creative!! I love it!!!

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  37. Amanda I LOVE your blog and amazing photography. You have mad skillz girl! ;o)

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  38. i love it! (following)

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  39. Love the skirt and love your blog :)

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  40. http://pinterest.com/pin/276478864594412758/

    Just pinned it

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  41. obsessed with that skirt!!

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  42. This would be perfect for hot Guam days. Paired with a little tank top!

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  43. Mary Chancellor22.5.12

    I absolutely adore this skirt - I would love to purchase one!!! Please advise... it is a perfect summer skirt!

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  44. what a fun skirt! love it.

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  45. I love the pattern!! Great find!! xoxo

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  46. I am loving ikat for summer! So cute!

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  47. I follow your blog with bloglovin!

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  48. To spice up my wardrobe on a small clothing budget I know all the dollar days at the thrift stores closest to us. Also the location of the thrift store! Nicer neighborhood= better clothes : )

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  49. Exceptionally pleasant article, I appreciated perusing your post, extremely decent share, I need to twit this to my adherents. Much appreciated!. Promotional Speaker

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