Reversing a sweater

I was having some…er…issues? with the lowcut sweater I wore today, so i was like hey, Ill turn it around!  I dunno if it works but, Im not constantly tugging up my shirt.  I think the scoop neck is less flattering in the back, but hey, what can you do, right?  At least it’s a “new”, somewhat edgier sweater, right?

I guess it is a bit obvious.  But it looks good from the front..maybe if I wore a blazer or something over it….eh, I’ll figure something out.


3 Responses to “Reversing a sweater”

  1. March 7, 2009 at 5:33 pm

    this sweater is adorable. where from? OH MY GOD your idea to re-do your mothers dress is greattttttttt. its soo cute on you after you shortened it! the front is pretty revealing….. you could always wear a turtleneck under or a scarf or something. i hear thats fashionable. you dont know me but im in LOOOOOVE with your work. im kind of into edgier stuff though, do you have any tips for me?

    cant wait for new posts!!!!!!!!!!! i check every day.
    you go girl

  2. 2 scorbynw
    March 7, 2009 at 8:52 pm

    Hi Molly! It’s so great to hear that I have a permanent reader lol! Thank you so much.

    When you say edgy, do you mean more daring fashion or more…punk-y? Haha edgy is becoming like “interesting”. As soon as I heard somebody describe Delia’s as edgy, the word lost its meaning.

    Anyway, yeah scarves are really big these days. They are a great versatile way to stay warm and be stylish and also be able to throw it in your bag/backpack if you need to.

    Hope you keep reading!


  3. 3 scorbynw
    March 7, 2009 at 8:53 pm

    Oops, I almost forgot, the sweater is from Old Navy.

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