Top Style Posts of 2015

Hmmmm… I guess I am doing some wrap~up posts for 2015. Well, go me!

Writing this post was a tad bit harder than I thought it’d be. It seems that I didn’t wear a lot of clothes in 2015 because I didn’t have a lot to choose from. Maybe it was the move to Georgia or something, I don’t know but I’m pretty sure that I didn’t run around nekkid. But, whatevs…

I picked the top posts by the number of comments on the post. At the end, I’ll share my favorite look of 2015. To see the original posts, click the bold title above the picture.

The Big Chop {23 comments}

The Big Chop {living outside the stacks}

I had a lot going on with this outfit: the short hair, the multi~colored skirt, the wedges. I love that skirt but I don’t wear it nearly enough. It has one of those weird elastic waistbands that makes my hips poke out in a most unfortunate manner. So, the only way for me to wear it comfortably is with an oversized shirt.

Florals and Stripes with a Fan Girl Moment {15 comments}

Florals and Stripes {living outside the stacks}

I’m not much of a shorts girl. But I couldn’t resist the subtle stripes and the longer length. I thought it paired nicely with my hippie blouse. And yay for Susan Graver {the designer of the blouse} for giving me a wave on Instagram.

Maxed Out {12 comments}

Black Bat Wing Sweater Denim Maxi Skirt and Black Boots {living outside the stacks}

This is quintessential Daenel: long layers, drapey necklackes, and tons of arm candy. The dark lipstick and naturally curly hair just add to the whole easy seventies vibe, don’t you think?

Mori Kei? Bohemian? Still Working It Out {12 comments}

Neutral Top Scarf Jeans and Mary Janes {living outside the stacks}

This is one of those quirky outfits that you either like or don’t like. What made me fall in love with the top is the split the design in the back and the layers of lace along the hem. It’s just a fun top that you don’t see every day.

 

And my favorites {I had to pick two, y’all}:

Feeling Flirty Over Forty

Dress Over Jeans with Sseko Sandals {living outside the stacks}

This was, hands down, my favorite outfit of the entire year. I felt so confident and, dare I say, sexy. Something I haven’t felt in a long time. I think it was a combination of feeling the warmth of the sun on my shoulders and wearing a bold lipstick. And, I can’t lie, my short hair made me feel like a bit of a rebel.

Come to Momma

Black Polka Dot Sweater and Faux Leather Midi Skirt {living outside the stacks}

Which was your favorite look? What are you looking forward to most in 2016? And, really, what is up with Panteone picking pink and blue for the colors of the year? Not excited about that at all.

I’m linking up with the following ladies:

Be sure to check them out for more fashion inspiration,

Daenel T {Living Outside the Stacks}

 

 

 

 

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  • You look wonderful in each of these, Daenel. I think my very favorite is the feeling flirty over forty, too. You look so gorgeous and I love your hair! (Side note: I’ve been trying some soft headbands like you suggested and I am in Love!)

    • Thank you. Aren’t the soft headbands the best? Seriously, so much better than the hard plastic. And much less painful.

  • Don

    I agree with Glenda, you’re style is very distinct. My mom taught my older sister about emphasis via accessories so, me being into detail as much as I am (the writer in me), that’s the first thing I notice about your style. All of your posts are entertaining. If I had to say, I’d pick the same post as Glenda. This is also my favorite style of yours in the images.

    • Thank you, Don. I do love my accessories.

  • Glenda Harrison

    You have a very distinct style. It’s very boho and very you. My favorite is Feeling Flirty Over Forty. Your energy pops in this look. I can tell you enjoy this one very much.

    • That look was so out of my comfort zone. I never go sleeveless, but I loved that look so much.

  • Regina Wells

    Aw, Daenel, I love your round up looks! Maxed Out, Come to Momma, and Feeling Flirty Over 40 are my favorite looks., but you look fabulous in all of them! I think that Feeling Flirty Over 40 was the first post that I read. Okay, Pantone Colors of the Year…I understand how you feel. I wasn’t keen on them at first, but, boy, have I warmed up to them. I still think that the whole socially conscious reasoning behind the color choices is a stretch. Happy New Year!

    • Thank you. That’s so funny that you say that because I started rethinking the Pantone Colors after I posted this and thought, hmmm, maybe I can add some pale pink or blue to my wardrobe. But I agree, the color reasoning is a serious stretch. Just say you like the colors and move on. LOL

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