For me, much of the decision making in duplicating an outfit, is who I will see. That can also mean, who will see me (via social media pictures and in person). If we see each other three times a year and I am wearing the same casual blouse with my jeans, that's just not good - no matter how good it may look on me.
Part of developing your own sense of style, is variety and presenting that variety in your outfit choices. For instance - here's a skirt I wore earlier this week for client meetings (I've had it for years). Typically, I wear it with a black t-shirt and black sandals, but I changed it up a little to freshen the look.
Skirt - classiques entier (Nordstrom)
Shirt - Lands End
Sandals - Target
Bag - Kate Spade
Necklace - Ann Taylor
Earrings - Stella and Dot
Bracelets - Tiffany, Alex and Ani,
With the AC on it was chilly, so I added a plain black cardi from Lands End and for my second meeting, changed into a black sandal with a small heel. Changes don't have to be huge to subtly change the whole "look", even with a noticeable piece, like this pink print skirt.
How do you change up and style your favorite pieces to avoid outfit burnout?
catch you soon -
This post is linked up at The Pleated Poppy and at Get Your Pretty On