Time to parade my prudently priced purchases of the week!
I've been noticing a lot of the new fall colors lately (mustard, anyone?) I mean, like, chas v'shalom that we should wear the same colors every fall! How would the hotshots in Paris or wherever they have their dens of gashmiyus (tsk, tsk) make any money, the poor pampered things, if we didn't have to hew to an entirely new spectrum of clothing every few months?
But alas! to Paris's great sorrow, FrugalFrum does not fall for such tactics. Well, okay, she does, but she doesn't singlehandedly sponsor some designer label's mansion on the Champs Elysees. Okay, maybe she does, after a while, when all the weekly $2, $4, $5 & $6 tops start adding up...but we won't discuss such depressing topics on this delightful blog. The important thing is that I buy my new colors cheap, cheap, cheap.
|Fall 2012 Colors|
According to the folks at Pantone, this season's theme is "the magic of color," supposedly playing on a fantasy theme of princesses and castles, etc, etc. Lah di dah. Well excuse me if I don't see Harry Potter flourishing his wand represented in a few reds, blues and greens. How shamefully unimaginative of me.
Anyway, I brought home some great new stuff after making my shopping rounds, and guess what! I was even yotzei some of the new tones. I got in the blue, the rose, the orange (does that style look familiar?) and the gray.
|FrugalFrum's fashion catch of the week|
A: Bright Orange Belted Cowl-Neck Sweater, $4
Church Avenue Factory Outlet (217 Church Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11218)
B: Blue Pullover with Sparkly Highlights, $5
1/2 Price Outlet (226 Church Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11218)
C: Sparkly Dark Gray Shell, $5
1/2 Price Outlet
D: Light Rose Top, $6
Church Avenue Factory Outlet
E: Short-Sleeved Long White Sweater Cardigan with Pockets, $5
1/2 Price Outlet
And I picked up these cute baby boy pants, too. They were $3 each at Church Avenue Factory Outlet.
I would love to hear outfit suggestions from my public, such as they may be. Maybe I'll post some outfit pics another day. My pillow awaits. Ta-ta!