J. CRew polka dot shift dress; House of Harlow starburst necklace
Dress, J. Crew (eBay); blazer, J. Crew (consignment); belt & shoes, J. Crew Factory; necklace, House of Harlow; bag, MbMJ (via consignment)

So, this was a pretty cute outfit, even though it involves a bunch of random colours that look mismatched but not, like, on purpose. Let’s call this one … Lost in Translation. Sadly, I didn’t manage a close-up, which would show the subtle mix of stripes (blazer) and polka dots (dress) – which, frankly, might have been the most interesting part of the outfit.

On the other hand, I did manage to capture this:

J. CRew polka dot shift dress; House of Harlow starburst necklace
Herp derp face in action!

Classic Adina.

6 Comments on 30 x 30: Twelve

  1. I like how from far away the necklace looks like an open circle in these photos. I am thinking I should investigate House of Harlow, what is your opinion on cost vs. quality of their stuff?

    • I only own the one House of Harlow necklace, but I’m a fan. I’ve only had it for a few months, so I can’t speak to how it holds up over time. So far, so good. The quality is seemingly quite good for the price (around $60 CDN). The chain IS really thin, which had me worried at first, but I haven’t had any issues with tangling, breakage, etc. No tarnishing on the gold tone metal, though as I said, it’s only been a few months.
      Looks-wise, I think it’s a winner – I love how versatile it is (it works with dressy and casual outfits).
      Hope that helps!

      • Thanks, I was starting to covet all the different colors it came in, but I’m pretty sure I’m not to be trusted with really thin chains (my childhood nickname was Destructo).

        • That’s a pretty fierce sounding nickname 😉
          I didn’t mean to discourage you from buying it necessarily … can you check it out in person?