Fauxionable Outfit – What I Wore to Work: Tulips

It’s been a while since I posted an outfit, so here’s one I wore to work earlier this week and linking up with Mix & Match Fashion’s What I Wore to Work.

I spotted Peony Lim in a pretty Anna Sui dress that she wore for fashion week two years ago while perusing her archive when I discovered her blog. I couldn’t forget the gorgeous print on the dress and recently I decided to try and hunt down the dress. Well, as luck would have it, I found a similar dress that Anna Sui created for Anthropologie and someone was clearing their closet on eBay. Even though it was a size or two bigger, I nabbed the dress as I can always have it altered when I go back to KL.

So, here’s the outfit layered under a sleeveless shirt and blouse in an attempt to conceal that the dress is a tad big on me. 😉

Fauxionable Outfit: - What I Wore to Work: Tulips Anna Sui Anthropologie Peony Lim

  • Top: White Circus (previously worn here and here)
  • Dress: Anna Sui for Anthropologie
  • Jacket: H&M 2010
  • Shoes: Off Saks 5th 2009
  • Bag: Thrifted from Second Time Around in Boston
  • Necklace: Gift from mum
  • Bracelets: H&M 2010
  • Ring: Cartier Trinity ring
  • Watch: Swatch circa 2000

Happy pre-Friday! I’ll try to post more my recent birthday vacation over the weekend as I have many pics to share.

4 thoughts on “Fauxionable Outfit – What I Wore to Work: Tulips

  1. Agi

    Love the jacket. So pretty and classic.

    Visiting from Tara’s Link Up. Stop by and link up with my weekly Tres-Chic Fashion Thursday Link Up and enter my sephora giveaway.

    Agi:)

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  2. Carmen

    I think you made the dress work and then some! have also used eBay to hunt down coveted items in later seasons. I think I enjoy the thrill of the hunt 🙂

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    1. fauxionista Post author

      Thank you, Carmen! I can relate on the thrill of the hunt and while I love eBay to hunt down items, I’m not a fan as a seller due to the ridiculous fees!

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