Repeat remix


A high temperature of nearly 100 degrees Fahrenheit (or nearly 38 degrees Celsius for my international friends) called for a lightweight, airy outfit. I put this together in about five minutes last Thursday, before I realized that my “modest” crop top had indeed shrunk a bit in the dryer. Still, I decided to wear this to school, knowing that I had a meeting with my advisor that day. I was feeling a little bit risque in this outfit, but my top managed to cover enough of my skirt so I didn’t have a “skin belt” (lovingly coined by Kendi of Kendi Everyday) showing. I didn’t realize until later that everything in this look was shown previously on the blog, in three separate outfits. Hence, repeat remix. It works, right…?

Anyway, I am once again out of town this week! I’m enjoying the warm, humid weather in New England with Chris and his family. You can catch up with me on Instagram!


Top: H&M (last seen here) | Skirt: ModCloth (last seen here) | Flats: J.Crew (last seen here) | Earrings (old): Forever 21 | Sunglasses: ModCloth

P.S. I had the hardest time ever trying to get the wrinkles out of this skirt, and the wrinkles are still not completely out. If you have tips to get stubborn wrinkles out, I’d love to hear them! :p


12 thoughts on “Repeat remix

  1. Ah I also have issues with wrinkles in certain clothes. I really just want to invest in a steamer! I love this outfit, its simple but really cute. Also I think totally appropriate for your advising appointment.

    • My iron can also be a steamer, but I don’t think I know how to use it very well. I’m also nervous when it comes to putting the iron on higher heat settings but maybe that would have worked better! Who knows?! (Sometimes I wish I lived closer to my mom; she’s much better at all this stuff than me!) Thank you so much! πŸ™‚

  2. I love your outfit Kimi! Especially your shoes! I’d really love some flats in that colour! Wow – you had a really hot day!! While I miss the warmth, I definitely don’t miss days like those when you feel like you are melting. Have a great week x Carly (p.s. I’ll have to find you on Instagram!).

    • Thank you so much, Carly!! πŸ™‚ I’m in New England right now where it’s much more humid than back home, but it’s not nearly as warm so it’s been a nice break. (Though I still prefer dry heat to humid heat!)

  3. Some fabrics just loan themselves to being wrinkly. My husband has a few shirts that love to wrinkle in the dryer, so I always pull them out of the washer, iron them wet and then hang them up. Works like a charm.

    Melanie | UnraveledThreads

    • That is a great idea; thanks for the tip!! This skirt was a giant wrinkly ball when I pulled it out of the washer, but I waited until it was dry to iron it. I will definitely try that next time! Thanks so much for stopping by! xo

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