Navy Gingham Shirt Roundup (and what i wore link-up)

welcome to “what i wore” at the pleated poppy!  share with me your fashion posts and we can inspire each other!  i started this originally as motivation to get out of my daily uniform of jammies or sweats, but now i am encouraged and held accountable to put a few extra minutes aside for myself and try new things.  i’d love for you to join me!

we headed back out on vacation again last week (i’m not complaining!), so don’t have any new pics to share with you yet again!  but i did post a shot on Instagram of an outfit i wore while on my parents’ boat (other than this i only wore a bathing suit and pj’s), and my Fourth of July outfit (with the kids).

in the absence of my own pics, i wanted to share with you another round up of my favorites, this time of navy gingham button-up shirts and different ways to wear them!

navy gingham shirt roundup

navy gingham shirt roundup

this is how i most often wear my own navy gingham shirt: american classic with ankle length jeans and white converse, shirt knotted at the waist.  my shirt was from forever 21 but i see they just stopped carrying it – darn!

navy gingham shirt roundup

i have yet to try tying a shirt around my waist for fear of looking too grunge, but paired with skinny jeans and d’orsay flats, i think this looks so cute! // source //

navy gingham shirt roundup

this shirt is more of a buffalo check than gingham, but great nonetheless.  the details of the booties and accessories stand out against the classic shirt.  // source //

navy gingham shirt roundup

this outfit works best in late fall and winter.  i love warming up the cool colors of the outfit with the warm brown boots.  the slightly cropped sweater works great with the untucked shirt peeking out below.  // source //

navy gingham shirt roundup

what i love about this outfit is that its so unexpected – the soft skirt pairs so nicely with the button down shirt, but then the ankle boots really surprise me!  the olive green bag and aviators keep the overall look from being too feminine.  // source //

navy gingham shirt roundup

oh this is a good one!  white jeans paired with just about anything is a favorite.  i love the cognac leather accents, especially those ankle strap heels!  // source //

navy gingham shirt roundup

i would never EVER have paired any of these items together, but man they work so well!  the pleated olive green skirt with an eggplant skinny belt look so great with the navy gingham button-up shirt, especially when finished off with the sparkly statement necklace.  // source //

navy gingham shirt roundup

um, wow.  who knew that gingham could look so hot?  the leather skirt, layered tops, chunky accessories, spikey shoes all have something to do with it, but really i think its the absolute confidence exuded that pulls it all together.  // source //

navy gingham shirt roundup

another super classic outfit, a shirt layered with a drapey cardigan, skinny jeans, and heeled booties.  // source //

navy gingham shirt roundup

pattern mixing at its finest:  gingham with leopard – yes, please!  // source //

navy gingham shirt roundup

this is another outfit i could see myself in.  i’m a jeans and white tee kind of girl, and i’ll throw on a baseball hat any day!  // source //

navy gingham shirt

you can get your own classic navy gingham button-up shirt!

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1. link to your specific blog post, not your blog’s main page. ex: http://thepleatedpoppy.com/2011/09/what-i-wore-wednesday-fall-inspiration/ not http://thepleatedpoppy.com/blog/.

2. please only link outfit related posts. your craft project may be adorable, or that may be a great giveaway, but this linky is for outfit related posts only – thank you!

3. please please please link back here to me so all this wiww stuff makes sense to your readers. and its just nice to do ;) grab a button from my sidebar (see the code box?).

4. check out as many links as possible! i am constantly inspired by so many outfits each week! and you will definitely find some new blogs that you’ve never stumbled upon before – so fun!

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what i wore

welcome to “what i wore” at the pleated poppy!  share with me your fashion posts and we can inspire each other!  i started this originally as motivation to get out of my daily uniform of jammies or sweats, but now i am encouraged and held accountable to put a few extra minutes aside for myself and try new things.  i’d love for you to join me!

what i wore at the pleated poppy - denim cutoff shorts, loose v-neck sweater, converse

we have been summering real hard here, so i have been completely forgetting to take any outfit pics!  but this one picture, this one basically puts it all in a nutshell for you: comfort.  period.  i wore this to run errands with the kids, go to the chiropractor’s (thank you, volleyball), and work at the thrift store for a bit.  and it was 85*+ today so the sweater was just way too much (what was i thinking?!).

sweater – old navy //  cut-off shorts – thrifted (similar) //  tank – forever 21 //  converse – nordstrom rack //  glasses – david kind //  necklace – lisa leonard designs //  phone case – rifle paper co.

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do you wanna join me for “what i wore“?  yay!  just follow the rules:

1. link to your specific blog post, not your blog’s main page. ex: http://thepleatedpoppy.com/2011/09/what-i-wore-wednesday-fall-inspiration/ not http://thepleatedpoppy.com/blog/.

2. please only link outfit related posts. your craft project may be adorable, or that may be a great giveaway, but this linky is for outfit related posts only – thank you!

3. please please please link back here to me so all this wiww stuff makes sense to your readers. and its just nice to do ;) grab a button from my sidebar (see the code box?).

4. check out as many links as possible! i am constantly inspired by so many outfits each week! and you will definitely find some new blogs that you’ve never stumbled upon before – so fun!

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