Fashion on a Dime


There is something I have been wanting to tell you guys…


I love to take my Fashion Pictures while we are out and about so I can get fresh scenes in the background. For this Fashion on a Dime we took the family to a place we call Catepillar Canyon. We stopped just before the road turned to dirt and got out to take a few pictures. After taking a couple pictures on the road we stopped by a water tower and took a couple more. I then walked around the water tower to see if there were any better scenes and found someone’s awesome graphitied message… “No, I am not a bad person” Sounds like there was something they wanted to get off their chest. C.J. convienced me to go stand next to the sign and since I couldn’t take a serious fashion picture I pulled this face!

Now here are the Fashion pictures. This is a bit of an unlikely color combo but I loved it!IMG_1630





My financial stats for this outfit are:

Mint and Cream blouse- FREE!! A Friend from church donated a couple items to my Following the Robin site and I just couldn’t sell it. So I kept it for my greedy self!

Dark teal/green pants- $4 at D.I.

Cream wedges- $6 dollars at the D.I.

My Total outfit cost is $10!

My DPWF is $1 dollar!

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3 comments on “Fashion on a Dime

  1. Kathryn Bundy November 6, 2014 4:22 pm

    Love the outfit! When I first read this post I thought you were announcing something…. hehehehe I didn’t read the whole wall I read “No, I’m not a pear” .

  2. Katrina Romney November 8, 2014 2:45 pm

    I wish I could just have you do my wardrobe for me…

  3. Lindsey November 12, 2014 7:01 pm

    Your fashion on a dime posts are my favorite. I love how you can put an outfit together for cheap. I wish I had your eye for deals and style!

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