Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Wish List Wednesday: Shabby Apple, Red and Black Edition





It's been a long time since I embraced clothing in colors of red, black or any combination of the two. This glaring omission in my wardrobe becomes crystal clear to me on Alabama home game days. Keep in mind - unlike a lot of other ladies my age, I'm well aware that I shouldn't dress like a college student or sorority girl. I do love wearing skirts and easy fitting dresses to Tuscaloosa - and don't believe that because I'm over 30 years old, I should show up in khaki capris and an Alabama tee shirt, sporting Merrell sneakers. (Perish the thought, I do see that on Saturdays). I might be 41, but there's no reason I should look like a old lady. 


The folks at Shabby Apple seem to have an answer to my problem! After seeing a giveaway sponsored by Shabby Apple on my friend EAS's blog, I have spent more time than I care to admit perusing their website. (You can enter EAS's giveaway and sign up to follow her blog HERE).   


Is it any wonder, these beauties are now on my radar? 


New Caledonia Dress, $78 (available HERE)
Black Oak Dress, $92 (available HERE)
Francine Skirt, $47 (available HERE)
New Orleans Dress, $88 (available HERE
CEO Red Sheath Dress, $96 (available HERE)
Are you familiar with Shabby Apple? I'd love to know what you think, as I've never owned anything from this line. 


Do you wear a lot of red and black? 


Happy Hump Day!  


P.S. you can save $10 on any black or orange dress on the Shabby Apple website using the code "TREAT" or 15% off site-wide with the code "IVY". This offer is good through the end of October only! Happy Shopping! 

3 comments:

  1. Thanks for the shout out and for entering my bow skirt giveaway...Shabby Apple has such cute finds! xx

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  2. What a super cute website Lori- thanks for sharing! I agree you don't have to dress like an old lady- of course I probably dress way too young for my age :-)

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  3. I would love to try something from their line.. The prices seem really good.

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