Let's watch the man in the yellow coat ride by, shall we?

Wednesday, December 8

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Shoes: Thrifted, Pants: Target, Sweater: Target, Belt: Gap, Button Up: F21, Necklace: In Honor of Design
Fantastic.
ALSO I finally got the belt and scarf tutorial up! Cheers friends and happy Wednesday!

107 comments:

What Would a Nerd Wear said...

another lover of gray! lookin' good, lady!

krisandkel said...

SO SO cute! Thanks for the tutorial!! bahahaha to the man in the yellow coat!


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Jordan Streetman (Southern Hospitality) said...

My roommate and I have been waiting for this. You should see us in the living room trying to figure it out!

Torrie said...

love, love, love, and more love.

...thank you!

Kayla said...

Love the tutorial. Sometimes it's just hard to remember all the creative ways to wear a scarf!


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Leisha said...

Cute outfit. Also I totally stole your move and wore my skirt as my top today.

Katie Aman said...

haha! I love the things you say in your videos "Oh that's awkward..sorry" You are so endearing!
Beautiful look! Sometimes all neutrals are just so chic.

Jameil said...

Love the outfit! Love the title even more! LOLOL

elsie said...

totally love that!! thanks for the tutorial!

curls-and-pearls said...

Oh man, can't watch the video here at work but I'll try when I get home. I LOVE your outfit, grey looks great on almost everyone!

Gah, aren't you cold? Everyone else is so bundled up!

Elle said...

Lovely outfit! I love the gray palette but your necklace stands out. It's gorgeous. :)

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Best Foot Forward said...

Great tutorial, Sydney! Just earlier today I was trying to do the belt knot on my own and could not get it right, so this video was really helpful. Thanks for the tips :)

northwest is best said...

Cute outfit! You look great in grey. Not miserable at all. Plus that dude on the bike looks pretty dandy too.

Jenni Austria Germany said...

obsessed!

Amber said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE this outfit!! And yay tutorials!!

Liesl @ FabulousFashions4SensibleStyle said...

Beautiful, and I simply LOVE your pants!!!

Liesl :)

Betsy said...

love the belt tutorial!

Em-Jae said...

Haha, yellow coat and pink beanie?! That man has style. I think he stole the show. Haha!

Love scarf look #2 -- definitely going to have to try that one out tomorrow! :]

Britanie said...

Your outfit made me so happy, it's so pleasing to the eye! My little 3 year old boy enjoyed the scarf/belt tutorial! He watched it with me and then said, "That was so, so good!" Thanks for all of the fashion inspiration!

Brandilyn said...

those pants + heels make your legs look 5 miles long. love it!

CessOviedo said...

<3 your necklace! Grey definitely suits you so well!

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e.day said...

i have to confess, i thought this post was about curious george :) but i love your outfit. adorable. and your tutorials are always so helpful! i have yet to master the wavy hair one. maybe second time's the charm? :)

A La Mode et Plus! said...

Great tutorial! I always love the way your belts are tied so that was perfect. Cute outfit, especially your necklace.

Tay Talk said...

High Five!! I thought for sure you were just going to do a simple around the neck scarf, but then you did the twist thing-and through the hole. I like that one the best.

ilene @ muchloveilly said...

digging the gray! cute outfit :)

Shallow Mallow said...

Looking great. I think I'll wear my belt Sydney style tomorrow :D and yep, they do do that on the continent :) (not the English girls though)

misshannie said...

Wow, I love how you're wearing your hair today Sydney. It looks lush!

Love,
Hannie
xxx

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Miss K said...

great tutorial! thanks love! love the gray today!

Alexandria said...

I decided to rock the belted scarf today, so thank you for showing me how to re-do my belt, since mine was falling off all day :)

lostinmypocket said...

wow! gorgeous outfit!! love it

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Ms_SyllyBee said...

LOVE this look. You are rockin' those pants, girl! :)

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Summer said...

Thank you for teaching me! I have ALWAYS wondered!!! I can't wait to wear my belts and scarves that way :)

Come visit my new website sometime :)
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XOXO,
Summer

Loca por tu Ropa said...

Lovely tutorial!! You look younger in the video!!
Kisses from Spain..
MarĂ­a

amber said...

love the gray look today!! great tutorial too, you were had me laughing at the last scarf look, but in a good way ;)

Two For Tea said...

Mmmm...this is just so adorable. You look gorgeous--but classy. Best combination!

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kalisarah88 said...

Finally! I have not been able to tie a stinking belt. You should see how ridiculous mine were looking.

And that is hilarious that the kid in the yellow coat just kept riding by. weirdo.

nuttypigeon said...

Your hair looks so lovely :o)

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Alice (fa11enan9e1) said...

How are you so adorable?? Thanks for the tutorial. :) I was wondering how you tied your belts. I haven't quite been able to pull off the belt around the waist look yet though.

ACupOfJenn said...

I do my belts differently but I'm excited to know that there are other ways to do it! I'm going to try yours soon. By the way, I tried to mimic one of your outfits last night. I posted it on my blog if you want to take a look. Take care!

silvergirl said...

Thanks for the scarf belt tutorial. I have only worn that look once because my scarf always looked like boobie ace bandages.

Emily said...

Thanks so much! Can't wait to try your ideas on my belts and scarves!!

Jan said...

Wide leg trousers are so versatile and flattering. Loving them. The use of grey on grey tones is deadly too :)

Alyssa said...

Hey! Brother griffin used my scarf to show us that :)

Kristin said...

Great tutorial! I can't wait try it with my scarf!!

Kayley said...

Love today's look! Those pants are awesome!

The video is cute too. I did a scarf tutorial video a couple (maybe a few? I lose track of time) weeks ago and did the same "European" one you showed but executed it a different way for the same result. I think that's the third way I've seen someone tie their scarf like that! So many options. :)

I like the wrap style a lot. Maybe I will try that someday when I'm not working at the salon and needing to lift my arms above my head constantly.

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Cee said...

This outfit is ridiculously cute! Love the necklace, belt, everything! I'm glad to see the snow's been shoveled and you don't have to keep wearing boots anymore :)

Melody's Voice said...

I love the creative ways to wrap the scarf! So different from anything I've seen. Tanks!

Megi said...

I love your tutorials!!

Emma and Andrew said...

great tutorials! your too cute!

Krysten @ After 'I Do' said...

What a great tutorial, love your blog!

everydaymichelle said...

thank you thank you thank you! for the belt & scarf tutorial. I always need new ways to tie those!

Angela said...

ooh I really like that necklace you're wearing today! I want to make a similar one! :) Also digging the grays... it's been my favorite color lately.

Thanks for the tutorial! I'm going to try the "European" one tomorrow! :)

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Kristen said...

There are so many things I love about this outfit that I don't even know where to start. You look great!

brooke said...

I was just looking at the pictures thinking 'how did she tie that belt! it looks so cute!'
scroll down and you have a how to.
much love!
-B
www.snowingLove-bd.blogspot.com

Kaylyn said...

Thanks so much for the video! I am soooo using your scarf tips.

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My Heart Blogged said...

I love the all gray look. You must have been freezing without a coat.
My Heart Blogged

blue eyed girl said...

I can confirm the european scarf thing...we had a german exchange student live with us and his girlfriend taught me to wrap it like that when she came to visit him, super cute and reminds me of a braid almost :) thanks for the lessons! ;)

Nady. said...

Absof*Ckinlutely love it. I lust grey so much. It can do both formal and street look. And your shoot is amazing. I am your new follower and lookin forward for another coolness.

You can peek my page here

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kileen said...

you are so creative with your scarves!! love all the ideas. i'm definitely going to have to give this a try. oh, and the belt tying method is very unique too. will have to start tying it this way!

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ching said...

i finally figured out the belt after an hour! haha

Emily said...

Oh I'm totally trying that last one tomorrow!

Cole said...

Wow, this is one of my favorite outfits I've ever seen online! You look gorgeous

The Pantry Drawer said...

love it! love the entire outfit and your hair! the tutorial was great too!

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O O N A said...

ha ha i thought it was so funny how you referred to us europians wearing our scarfs like that. we do though (at least here in finland) but i didn't know it was like a ''thing''. i feel so hip and special now. aaawesome

hearttreehome said...

Thank you thank you thank you! I have been trying to wear scarves lately but had no idea how to actually tie one! YAY!

- Amanda

Bre said...

Love the necklace and gray on gray.
I live in cold Hamburg Germany and yes, us ladies over here, and occasionally the men, wear our scarves that way (2nd option.)
Here's why: it covers your neck and chest. In Germany they believe that covering your neck and chest on cold days helps ward of the ugly colds and other bugs! I like to do it with the long thick knit scarves.
Thanks for sharing!

The Artisann said...

you konw, i think the yellow coat bike man ads a nice pop of color!

Manecoarse said...

What a helpful video. Thank you!

Emily said...

Love your outfit and the twisted scarf!

Jacquie said...

Love this! And thanks for the awesome tutorial :)

Alivia said...

Sydney I just love you! Your tutorials are lovey :)

Amanda said...

Love the tutorial! I will be European at work tonight. Who knew that a little twist could change everything? :)

katherine rose said...

hey lady!
just saw your blog link, after stalking 'what a nerd would wear' blog. i love your eclectic style. always looking for new style inspiration, and you are adorable!

thanks
katherine
www.thatwhichwecalllife.blogspot.com

Shala said...

Thanks for the tutorial! I love it! I'm wearing my scarf the "European" way today :)

kelseywilliams said...

i love these videos. AND i bought your lipstick today, so thanks for e-mailing me back :)

Emily G said...

I don't think you know me but I am Noelle Murray's little sister! I kinda check your blog like every day and am a little obsessed with it....lol like many other people! Anyway...funny thing is I just asked Noelle a few days ago to tell you that I needed you to do a tutorial on how you tie your belt and low and behold! Thanks....and I love your scarf ideas too! :)

Ashley Rae said...

This tutorial was great. I love finding new ways to wear scarves--even though they're not really needed here in California! I love your blog. I just started mine and find yours truly inspiring. Thanks for motivating me!

Jenna said...

so I wore my scarf one of the ways you taught us in the tutorial today. just thought you should know that you're helping fashion newbies all over.. like me. so thank you :)
i'll have to try another way some other day.

SherryB said...

Thanks to you I have a super cute scarf today!! Thank you for taking the time to help us out!! Have a great weekend!!

Sherry B
http://theburnettlife.blogspot.com

I'm AE Jones said...

Fabulous! Thank you for showing those! LOVE IT! I've been doing my belt that way since I saw it on your a while ago, but now I realize I was doing it incorrectly! Ha ha! Glad to see it done correctly.

C. said...

You are unbelievable adorable. Can hardly stand it. And I've always wondered how you tie your belts so fabulously, so thank you for the quick tutorial! :)

C.
http://styleanon.blogspot.com

Emma at Daily Clothes Fix said...

Loving the mix of greys and your trousers are amazing.

Jersey Fashionista said...

Great tutorial! I'd love to post it on my blog if that's ok!

Our Fairy tale said...

Being from england I can totally confirm that that is how we wear our scarves! Love the necklace! Wish I had your wardrobe!

jaimie michelle said...

I've never really been able to pull off the belted look, but today I tried the belted scarf and LOVED IT! I loved it so much, I did my first outfit of the day post on my blog--exciting stuff!

Thanks for your great tutorials!

http://jaimiehart.blogspot.com/2011/03/i-never-thought-id-see-day.html

Anna said...

I like so much this tutorial, i'll try all looks as soon as i can. I really love the las one, 'couse I'm always cold and this is a lovely way to get warm! =) Thanks

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jaimie michelle said...

I've never really been able to pull off the belted look, but today I tried the belted scarf and LOVED IT! I loved it so much, I did my first outfit of the day post on my blog--exciting stuff!

Thanks for your great tutorials!

http://jaimiehart.blogspot.com/2011/03/i-never-thought-id-see-day.html

Jersey Fashionista said...

Great tutorial! I'd love to post it on my blog if that's ok!

I'm AE Jones said...

Fabulous! Thank you for showing those! LOVE IT! I've been doing my belt that way since I saw it on your a while ago, but now I realize I was doing it incorrectly! Ha ha! Glad to see it done correctly.

blue eyed girl said...

I can confirm the european scarf thing...we had a german exchange student live with us and his girlfriend taught me to wrap it like that when she came to visit him, super cute and reminds me of a braid almost :) thanks for the lessons! ;)

Angela said...

ooh I really like that necklace you're wearing today! I want to make a similar one! :) Also digging the grays... it's been my favorite color lately.

Thanks for the tutorial! I'm going to try the "European" one tomorrow! :)

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Emma and Andrew said...

great tutorials! your too cute!

C. said...

You are unbelievable adorable. Can hardly stand it. And I've always wondered how you tie your belts so fabulously, so thank you for the quick tutorial! :)

C.
http://styleanon.blogspot.com

Alice (fa11enan9e1) said...

How are you so adorable?? Thanks for the tutorial. :) I was wondering how you tied your belts. I haven't quite been able to pull off the belt around the waist look yet though.

Ms_SyllyBee said...

LOVE this look. You are rockin' those pants, girl! :)

i wander, i wonder

Miss K said...

great tutorial! thanks love! love the gray today!

Shallow Mallow said...

Looking great. I think I'll wear my belt Sydney style tomorrow :D and yep, they do do that on the continent :) (not the English girls though)

Betsy said...

love the belt tutorial!

Liesl @ FabulousFashions4Sensi said...

Beautiful, and I simply LOVE your pants!!!

Liesl :)

northwest is best said...

Cute outfit! You look great in grey. Not miserable at all. Plus that dude on the bike looks pretty dandy too.

elsie said...

totally love that!! thanks for the tutorial!

Katie Aman said...

haha! I love the things you say in your videos "Oh that's awkward..sorry" You are so endearing!
Beautiful look! Sometimes all neutrals are just so chic.

Kayla said...

Love the tutorial. Sometimes it's just hard to remember all the creative ways to wear a scarf!


Ramblings of a Small Town Girl

What Would a Nerd Wear said...

another lover of gray! lookin' good, lady!

Lizi said...

I LOVE grey! Such a cute outfit.

Aida said...

Love the look, really beautiful! And the tutorial is very good! =)


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R. said...

Hi Sydney,

Your belt tutorial is missing! I love your video tutorials, please do some more and let us watch the old ones, please.

I do the belt thing once in a while but I always forget how to do it so I come back here to watch it. The bun tutorial is really good too, but that one I already memorized.

Ok, have a nice weekend. Love your blog. Cheers from Portugal

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