The concept is crazy simple: find an outfit you like on Pinterest,
and in the words of the American Idol judges,
MAKE IT YOUR OWN!
This week I have Jenni from Found in my Closet!
This is Jenny.
Isn’t she just as cute as can be?!?
I don’t remember how I found her blog, but I’m just so glad I did. I love her style.
We have something in common in that our go to mom uniform for fall and winter seems to be skinny jeans, tall boots, a shirt, a cardigan, and some fun jewelry! But unlike me, she also does a really great job of stepping it up a notch with really beautiful dresses and pencil skirts for fancier looks.
I am rarely fancy. 🙂
If you’re a reader of my blog, you know that my go-to stores are LOFT, Nordstrom, GAP,
and J Crew Factory.
You also know that there are some days that my entire outfit from head to toe might be from LOFT.
Well, to get to know Jenni, here is an analogy for you:
Sheaffer is to LOFT as Jenni is to Anthropologie
Jenni loves her some Anthropologie, and it’s so much fun to see what types of outfits she puts together with their unique clothes.
If you want to see lots of her faves (including some of her dressier looks),
go HERE to see her year in review post!
So without further ado, here’s Jenni!
Hi! My name is Jenni and I write a fashion blog called Found in my Closet.
I stumbled upon Sheaffer’s cute blog a few months back and have been hooked ever since! I love the idea behind it…I mean, seriously, Pinterest really has become one of my go-to places for outfit inspiration…her blog is brilliant! And so timely!
Sheaffer asked me if I’d let Pinterest tell me what to do for a day and I was happy to oblige! =)
What I like to do while searching through Pinterest is find looks that I can either copycat with things I already have in my closet, or pick out looks that I’d like to create in the future. If I find a look I want to put together in the future, and don’t quite have all the items that I need, I’ll add those items I don’t already have to my mental shopping list.
Of course not everything I like will end up in my closet, but if I find something
that really jumps out at me, I’ll go searching for it!