More prompt challenge outfits

I still have some prompts that I have not used and am wearing some extra things for the first time, so a new prompt.
The first outfit features my challenge to wear mismatched earrings and a never yet worn top (blue denim) plus using a button down shirt ( the new top) to build an outfit.
#2-mismatched orange earrings from the Denver Botanical Gardens gift shop.
#1 and #3 - outfit as a whole. Silver ECCO sneakers and KS silver bag
Worn to teach a religion class, so Our Lady of Guadalupe socks (#4) from convenience store in Japan

Outfit 2: the prompts were to wear a bottom for the first time ( EF navy window pane check wide legs) and a pattern mix with plaid and floral (photo#5)( pants and scarf). I also included a prompt for wide legs with fitted top ( 7/8).

Outfit 3: the prompt was to wear a skirt with booties and a new prompt, to wear these new booties and a dress/ skirt for church. This outfit also went to a play “ Dear Sugar” with the unlikely format of letters from an advice column. It was a success and difficult real life themes like divorce and death of a child and much more.
Photos 10/11 are the outfit ( EF pullover and skirt), poncho that was a gift, and the new booties (#12). I was comfortable and wore micro mini nude fishnets on my legs. The black EF skirt was consignment but is a heavy knit tube skirt that does not cling. I wore a small silk scarf for more texture.
The booties were comfortable. I like the pale snake texture with the poncho, especially.

Outfit 4: I think this is blah and a fail. The prompt was to wear grey and orange together. (#13). I added an olive jacket (#14) and then my museum scarf (#15) in an effort to make the outfit more me.

I welcome your comments and ideas for change and/or improvement. Thank you for looking.

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19 Comments

  • Cardiff girl replied 2 months ago

    You have religious socks!Thats impressive.l love red on you,the textured poncho is great and my favourite outfit is #6.I really like the subtle pattern mixing in it.

  • Joy replied 2 months ago

    Thank you, Cardiff girl. I lightened the photo to try to show the pattern of the pants better. I am not yet sure how I will wear these pants. The fabric is supposed to be for summer ( silk) but they almost feel like wool and warmer than I thought they would. I am visualizing wearing sweaters and booties with these., maybe a short wool pea coat.

  • Angie replied 2 months ago

    #10 and #11 is my fave, and looks the most pulled together. GORGEOUS palette with your hair! And has that Joy-drama too :)

  • nemosmom replied 2 months ago

    I love your polka dot pattern mix, but I don't see your 4th outfit as blah? Especially once you added the jacket and cuffed your pants. What didn't you like about it?

  • SarahD8 replied 2 months ago

    Nice, Joy! I love the pattern mixing in outfit 2 and the drama Angie identified in outfit 3. You know I'm all over that scarf in outfit 4! Curious about those earrings in outfit 1 -- are they one of each from two similar pairs, or sold as a mismatched pair? I like 'em either way!

  • shevia replied 2 months ago

    The white outfit is a wow and my favorite! I also like the polka dot scarf and actually your "failure" is simple but good to my eye.  

  • catherine replied 2 months ago

    I like all of them. Your white boots look so great.

  • Joy replied 2 months ago

    Angie, SarahD and Shevia, that white outfit was my favorite too. The white is called “ bone” and seems to be my best white. Do the booties look ok with it. I am rather unsure about booties with dresses and skirts but hoping my eye will adjust.
    Sarah, the earrings were sold as separate pairs and, unfortunately, I lost one.
    Nemosmom, the last outfit seemed sloppy with the long orange sweater. I thought the orange and grey were ok together but it just seemed to need something. I wore this combo again today then changed out the sweater for the bow blouse with the orange and grey big dots as the day warmed up. I liked that combination so much better, I am glad the “fail” worked because it makes a comfortable outfit. I just need to work on it more.

  • Mirjana replied 2 months ago

    All outfits are good, but the white is Wow, I like it the best, that is your color. The boots are fantastic and great with skirt. I also like #6, lovely polka dot scarf and pants.

  • Katerina replied 2 months ago

    I like the all the outfits. There is no fail to me - the last outfit looks really good with the cuffed pants and the blazer, also with the scarf.
    The bone white loves you and the textures are beautiful. The boots look fantastic here. This is a knockout outfit on you!

    I really like the large polka dot scarf. What a great and super useful accessory.

  • rachylou replied 2 months ago

    13-15 are my faves! And the socks of course :)

  • Joy replied 2 months ago

    Catherine, thank you, I must have missed your post yesterday. I am glad you, Mirjana, and Katerina like the boots. I was hoping that they would work with the bone color.
    Rachylou, thank you. I am surprised at your favorite outfit pick it glad it is ok.

  • nemosmom replied 2 months ago

    Well, I love the orange and grey with the olive jacket and scarf! Not blah at all!

  • Joy replied 2 months ago

    Thank you, nemosmom, for your validation of this outfit.

  • SarahD8 replied 2 months ago

    I love the booties with the skirt outfit so I say tell those eyes to get with the program and adjust! :-)

  • suntiger replied 2 months ago

    I like your pattern mix with the plaid and dots the most, and the orange earrings-of course! I'd like to see the orange and grey with just the scarf.

  • Joy replied 2 months ago

    LOL Sarah. Suntiger, just the scarf is a great idea.

  • Angie replied 2 months ago

    YES, the booties look great with your bone outfit. Fab bookending!  

  • Joy replied 2 months ago

    I added a Find for the booties. Thank you, Angie.

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