Emerald City + A Blog Hop

Monday, July 1, 2013



Pants: Anne Klein (similar) // Top: HM // Wedges: Jessica Simpson (similar) // Necklace: Ebay // Watch: Michael Kors // Bracelet: Wanderlust + Co

I imagine some of you have been pretty skeptical of printed pants, I know I was. You might think that I am quick to adopt a new fashion trend, but that's not always the case. Printed pants were something I vacillated on, for the last year actually. I like the idea of them, but in reality I was very careful when buying them, because I wanted to be positive they would be flattering, and not to mention practical. I am a huge fan of printed trousers right now, even the ones I could never imagine wearing (like these celeb picks). I found these pants, like I find most of my clothes, hanging on a thrift store rack. At first I didn't know if I would like these pants, but they are great! They fit very nicely, and are super comfortable.

Trivia: Did you know the first method used for printing on fabric was woodblock printing? Woodblock printing goes back as far back as 220 AD, and most plausibly originated in China. However, printed fabric was not introduced to Europe until the 12th century. (Source: Wikipedia)

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Now, onto the Blog Hop! If you're new to this hop, it's really simple. There is a very short list of directions below, and you can basically link up anything (and everything) you've been working on lately! Whether it's your new favorite recipe, the skirt you just scored on clearance, or your summer playlist, share it all! Also, every week I will be featuring a blogger from the previous week's link-up (You are making it so hard to choose just one!!). Be sure to check out our featured blogger, along with a couple other blog hoppers too!!



Meet Rebecca! Rebecca is the woman behind Red Tag Chic Los Angeles. Rebecca's style has that effortless California vibe with a touch of glam. I love how she incorporates color and prints into everything she wears!  Can you believe this sexy lady has two teenage kids?!? When I grow up, I want to look like Rebecca... shit I want her body now ;) To find out where she got this ah-mazing chevron skirt (only $31), head over to Red Tag Chic Los Angeles!!




The Rules for the Anything + Everything Link Up:

1. Follow your Host

     Tori from My Thrifty Chic
      Facebook
      Bloglovin'
      Twitter


2. Grab the button and post it within your post, or on your side bar. 
(If you do not provide a back link, you will not be able to link up)

3. Visit as many blogs as you can, because after all, that's what a blog hop is all about!



My Thrifty Chic 



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