My Literal Interpretation of a Shirtdress

Sunglasses: Dollar Store, Cardigan & Bar Ring: Downtown Threads, Men’s Button- up (worn as dress): Goodwill, Jeans: Thrifted in PA,  Scarf: Gifted, Boots: Steve Madden, Bag: ALDOThis Saturday (St. Patrick’s Day) D and I slept in, had a late breakfast at Sneakers in Winooski, spent the afternoon enjoying the unseasonably warm weather and then headed downtown for a few St. Patty’s Day drinks with friends.

This is what I wore for breakfast at Sneakers, which was insanely good by the way. D had the chocolate-Guinness pancake special while I opted for the mouthwatering delicious California eggs Benedict and one of the best soy lattes I’ve ever had. Everything was delicious and  after almost licking our plates clean neither of us needed lunch!

I wore a men’s button up as a mini dress over jeans with my beloved, and freshly cobbled, Steve Madden cowboy boots. On my last trip to Goodwill I found, fell in love with, and bought a men’s large cream colored button up with a fun burnt orange print. It was too big for me to be able to wear it as a top but it turned out to be perfect as a mini dress. Don’t you just love when that happens?

Want to learn how to turn a shirt into a shirtdress like the one I’m wearing above? Check out my very first how to video here!

Are their pieces in your wardrobe that you wear in “unconventional” ways? Were you St. Patrick’s day celebrations wild & crazy or on the calmer side?


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4 responses to “My Literal Interpretation of a Shirtdress

  1. So cool…I never would have guessed it was a shirt!!! Repurposing that shirt to dress is fantastic!

  2. Ok, I think we deserve a How To vlog on this shirt wrapping technique. Don’t you? So cute!

  3. Dear lord, you are creative! This is so awesome! You really need to give lessons on how you come up with these awesome styles. Would have never ever, ever, ever, ever dreamed you could do that with a button up shirt. So awesome! Keep inspiring me! 🙂

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