06/10/2008

Tangled Up In Plaid.

A pretty straightforward outfit. This plaid skirt was the only item I bought on my Inter Rail trip in Europe this Summer.
I hadn't been in a shop for almost a month so I dragged the boy into H&M Madrid and we both found something (/anything) to purchase! But I'm kind of glad I bought it now, I'm not into plaid as much as other "trends" but I am happy with my skirt =]
p.s Brownie points for anyone who knows the song in the title! (Or the song name their song title was inspired by haha!)

56 comments:

  1. I'm pretty fond of the lumberjack print too. I have a shirt in the same pattern. The only thing is, I feel like I can only wear it with black or my grey skinny jeans. What do you think?

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  2. i like your necklace.
    it really works with the jacket.
    its hard to have that situation where the jewellery accentuates it.

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  3. i desperately hope i'm not the only one of your readers who's a fan of bob dylan! great look :)

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  4. "I could keep you all for myself
    I know
    You gotta be free
    So free yourself"

    Queens of the Stone Age isn't it???

    And I'm loving the whole outfit!!!!

    Love the skirt, the necklaces, the jacket...
    You look great!

    xoxo

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  5. I love your skirt! You look great in that outfit :D

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  6. The seeker - Indeed it is, I do love that song!

    Emily - I had never thought to realise that QOTSA took their title from Bob but indeed they appear to have stolen the start of Tangled Up In Blue. =]

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  7. I don't know the song name, but I'm digging the outfit! :)

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  8. I love your skirt. That is one of my favourite plaid prints, its so classic.
    Belle

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  9. It made me think of "Tangled up in Blue," the Dylan song. I don't know where "Plaid" came from.

    That's a great skirt on you.

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  10. I love your jacket, plaid is everywhere in the runway...

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  11. This makes me wanna get a plaid skirt, too!

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  12. Hi there-the skirt was an excellent buy Nic! I love the whole outfit, particularly the jacket!

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  13. i love love love your skirt! (and your haircut!)

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  14. kajsa - www.aenigma.blogg.se7 October 2008 at 15:38

    i suck at remembering names of both bands and their songs so no browies for me.. But your skirt is oh so pretty! I want something similar for my wardrobe so I can change from always being "pretty" to something more like..rock? I dunno if I would manage to but I would like to have a try! haha

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  15. That necklace looks cool, I so agry at myself that I haven't bought a leatherjacket, I should have one, I need one.

    juliet xxx

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  16. Thank you.

    By the way-- great way to work in some plaid! :)

    xo/ fashion chalet

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  17. How do you actually walk in those fabulous shoes. I have not yet mastered the art of walking in heels. I cheated and looked up the song on youtube ...possibly something to do with queens of the stoneage? Ah well.

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  18. thanks for the sweet cm!
    i really like this look, i'm kinda really into black and bits of colour :D you rock it!

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  19. Must know more about your necklace. I love it!! And, great skirt on you.
    Thanks so much for visiting my blog!! So lovely to meet you!

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  20. Such a lovely skirt! Love the outfit as well :-)

    xx

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  21. im in love with your outfit!
    (and your blog in general)

    ps. i linked you to my blog.

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  22. Great blog! So glad I found it, or you found mine, either way.

    I'm liking plaid this season and nothing beats the good ol' lumberjack plaid!

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  23. I love it! That skirt is so cool!

    Song.. Tangled up in me- skye sweetnam.

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  24. That's a really cute skirt, hihi. Go go plaid, go!

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  25. That really works for you. I love your multi chain gold necklace.

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  26. i'm still boycotting tartan which physically pains me, but i refuse to run around edinburgh looking like a scottish parody.
    you wear it well!

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  27. Ohmy, the leather jacket is fantastic! :) Love the plaid as well :)

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  28. I adore the skirt, and the jacket...and the well, everything about this outfit really!

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  29. wow! this plaid skirt is fabulous! it looks great on you!

    a kiss!!!

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  30. i am liking hte plaid skirt :] i love plaid right now. i dont even know why. i really hope it doesnt get "too" trendy, you know what i mean?

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  31. i love plaid!
    and this combination of red and black is hot :)

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  32. that necklace is freakin amazing!

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  33. The skirt is so pretty and it looks great with the jacket!

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  34. Thanks everyone =]

    Fash - Maybe you could just add subtle hints of tartan into an outfit?

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  35. Love the outfit :) The jacket's amazing, as are the shoes! Such a pretty brick lane too.

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  36. Ooooh theplaid wit the black works v well I think

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  37. mega cute skirt! it's such a cool piece in contrast with the rest of your outfit. :]

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  38. cute skirt, cute jacket. cute girl. www.thedailyalygator.blogspot.com

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  39. I love plaid! And you look great in that skirt!

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  40. I love it!
    And I love where you aree.. it looks so cute!

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  41. Here's more song lyrics about plaid, but from the Bouncing Souls..."If I were I fabric I would be plaid, because everyone knows that plaid is so rad!" =) And it is rad! Especially the look you've got going on!!

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  42. Love the skirt, such a nice pop to the outfit!

    xoxo,
    Tina {Your Everyday Style}

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  43. duh,
    tangeld up in blue
    right?
    no one does itlike dylan but joan biaz sings it well too :)
    love the blog
    check out mine!

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