Come and get one in the yarbles


One of my alltime favorite movies makes for a very awesome t-shirt. I'm loving my sixties schoolgirl inspired look again, you can pretty much draw me out in a midi skirt, casual top and nerdy flats nowadays. SUCH a comfortable, fun, easy and different signature look! Of course I had to put my hair up in my Peggy Olson circa season one ponytail and faux fringe,  and I tried to curl my ponytail with a curling iron I borrowed from my friend, but my hair is still too short and stupidly uncooperative. And then the tiny amount of curl I got in there sort of disappeared before I had time to take pictures so I was totally bummed :(


BY THE WAY I just poached eggs! I did cheat a bit (OK quite a lot) by cooking them in a plastic bag, but they were so yummy om nom nom nom
I know I'll be making more of those soon.

skirt: T2 vintage
sunglasses: H&M
loafers: River Island
t-shirt: some small shop in the Kammenstraat in Antwerp
satchel: Zara


PS: if you haven't read the Clockwork Orange book by Anthony Burgess: please do! The proze is absolutely mesmerizing.

51 comments

  1. ive heard the plastic bag trick is good, my boyfriend is the best at poaching eggs though so i never have to do it hehe. i am in LOVE with your skirt here. can i have it? thanks bby. xo

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  2. Those shoes are A.MAZ.ING! And so is the tee with the skirt.

    C x
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  3. love that skirt! :D And the bag is awesome :)
    I'd be too scared to poach eggs...but I woudn't eat them anyway so its okay XD
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  4. those shoes are simply adorable...by the way, I am the ultimate poached eggs master, I can make amazing Michelin style ones :) in fact somebody should give me some sort of reward because it is a tricky business.
    Hope you are having a lovely week Annebeth xxxx

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  5. Ohhhhh. That skirt is so fabulous. I may or may not be drooling.

    Ask the Duplex

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  6. Ahhh this has been on my list of movies to see, love it as a t-shirt!
    La Petite Marmoset

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  7. One of my all-time favorite books! Have you ever checked out out of print clothing (http://www.outofprintclothing.com/ShopWomens_a/179.htm)? They have all sorts of wonderful shirts with classic book covers on them that would totally match your 60's schoolgirl vibe!

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  8. There's nothing better than a girl who loves A Clockwork Orange!! Both the book and the movie! Which is rare.
    Every time I see one of your new posts I'm always like 'That's my favorite outfit' and then you do another post and I say the same thing over again. haha

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  9. One of my favorite books~ yes~

    You look lovely, by the way. I'm not usually a fan of orange, but you look phenomenal in it, especially with this skirt.

    xo

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  10. totally used to have this tshirt in black when I was younger :]]
    also love the book and the movie :]]

    Charlotte xxx

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  11. I love the first photo, when I saw the thumbnail in my blog reader thing you looked just like a '60s mannequin or something! So cute. Love your shoes!

    Cheers!
    --Megan//The Martian Tide

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  12. What a fun shirt! I love how you paired it with the pretty plaid skirt and those loafers!! So pretty!!

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  13. The first time I even read your blog you were wearing this shirt and it was love at frist sight! Totally inspired me and touched my Achille's Heal: cinema.


    It looks as fabulous styled this way as it did the first time. And congrats on the poached eggs ;)

    Virginie

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  14. I absolutely the love the combination of this amazing skirt with that t-shirt and loafers. So cute!

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  15. agree with the person above. this is such an awesome combination!! they all go great together!

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  16. what an insanely cute top, and i love it with that plaid skirt!

    <3 steffy
    Steffys Pros and Cons

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  17. I'm SO into those nerdy loafers. The ones I have are more grandma to your college kid in the 60's, therefore yours win.

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  18. cool skirt, it's the perfect length and shape. i LOVE those shoes!! <3shelby

    www.makemesparkly.blogspot.com

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  19. Midi length skirts + tees are the PERFECT combination. I love this for summer, your clockwork orange shirt is so awesome.
    Poached eggs in a bag?! Weird!!
    xJennaD

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  20. oh it has been a long long time since i have seen that movie. but when i hear the title of the movie, i hear spontaneously a tune!!! i bought the cd BTW. and i see them sitting in the milk bar.... the movie is still giving me strange vibes. you are so right about your 60's look. the tee looks smashing and i love the orange and the letters. the skirt looks phenomenal. blue and orange are always a hit! love love the loafers they are like perfect together.

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  21. Geweldige loafers, ik zoek ook zo'n paar!

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  22. Annebeth, I love that you're never to do an outfit repeat. LOVE!! :)

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  23. Leuke schoenen ;). 'A clockwork orange' had een grote impact op mij, langs de ene kant positief maar ook negatief. Het is in ieder geval een film die iedereen zeker eens gezien moet hebben!

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  24. One of my favourite movies as well, gotta love that glorious Ninth ;) Awesome shirt x

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  25. gorgeous dear! nom nom nom about the poached eggs :D xx

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  26. LOOooooooooOOOOVe! This look.... So girly vintage :D ....

    Following :D found you at the facebook group.
    Kisses,
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  27. I love when people partner graphic tees with skirts. Your outfit definitely screams 60s! I'm loving it. You carry so many different styles so well. :)

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  28. I love that tee paired with that skirt! Great outfit!

    Lidi @ Eclectic Flair

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  29. What a groovy shirt! I love your 60's inspired looks so much.

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  30. Toffe T-shirt!
    En ik wou dat ik ook zo goed met een maxi skirt stond, maar bij mij is het echt geen zicht :p x

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  31. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this shirt. a clockwork orange si one of my all time favorite movies. love how you styled it!!!

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  32. I love this look on you- I think you pull off the midi skirt like no other! Also, I've seen the movie for Clockwork Orange, but I haven't read the book- need to add it to my list! =)

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  33. I adore this! I've said it before and i'll say it again - midi skirts were made for you! And the orange tee is SO perfect!! I still need to watch/read clockwork orange! :D

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  34. vind de combi van shirtje en rok leuk!

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  35. mm you look lovely girly! I adore your tshirt and skirt mixes every time <3s

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  36. Just found your blog and this stellar outfit from the feature over at Here's Looking At Me Kid. I seriously adore everything about this ensemble!

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  37. Just found your blog and this stellar outfit from the feature over at Here's Looking At Me Kid. I seriously adore everything about this ensemble!

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  38. I love this look on you- I think you pull off the midi skirt like no other! Also, I've seen the movie for Clockwork Orange, but I haven't read the book- need to add it to my list! =)

    star-crossed smile

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  39. vind de combi van shirtje en rok leuk!

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  40. I love that tee paired with that skirt! Great outfit!

    Lidi @ Eclectic Flair

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  41. LOOooooooooOOOOVe! This look.... So girly vintage :D ....

    Following :D found you at the facebook group.
    Kisses,
    www.amintasfashion.blogspot.com

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  42. What a fun shirt! I love how you paired it with the pretty plaid skirt and those loafers!! So pretty!!

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  43. I love the first photo, when I saw the thumbnail in my blog reader thing you looked just like a '60s mannequin or something! So cute. Love your shoes!

    Cheers!
    --Megan//The Martian Tide

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  44. totally used to have this tshirt in black when I was younger :]]
    also love the book and the movie :]]

    Charlotte xxx

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  45. There's nothing better than a girl who loves A Clockwork Orange!! Both the book and the movie! Which is rare.
    Every time I see one of your new posts I'm always like 'That's my favorite outfit' and then you do another post and I say the same thing over again. haha

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  46. Ahhh this has been on my list of movies to see, love it as a t-shirt!
    La Petite Marmoset

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  47. Ohhhhh. That skirt is so fabulous. I may or may not be drooling.

    Ask the Duplex

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  48. love that skirt! :D And the bag is awesome :)
    I'd be too scared to poach eggs...but I woudn't eat them anyway so its okay XD
    http://www.closet-fashionista.com/

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  49. ive heard the plastic bag trick is good, my boyfriend is the best at poaching eggs though so i never have to do it hehe. i am in LOVE with your skirt here. can i have it? thanks bby. xo

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