Versatile Style by Tracey

Chevron and Floral Pattern Mixing

Posted on: November 26, 2014

This is my final look of the week for Ideas for a Thanksgiving Outfit…

I am more apt to wear a skirt or a dress, but thought I should at least put together one pants outfit,..

And here’s what I came up with…


I can’t believe how many ways I’ve styled these red-orange jeans and how much I still love them…

I bought a set of these chevron scarves from NoMoreRack and was thrilled to see this color among the assortment…

They don’t have the set I bought but check here for their current scarf options… 


My sweater is brand new from Old Navy….

I really love it and bought it in creme as well…


I love the texture of this sweater as it’s an important element in styling outfits…

I will get a lot of use from this sweater and hope to put it with a skirt soon…


My shoes are Aerosoles wedges that are not available anymore…

If you don’t already own a pair of patterned flats or wedges I highly recommend them,

as they can really change the entire feel of a look…

Dear Readers, Just Want to Wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving!  

Please Pray for me that my daughter traveling from Boston makes it home and weather does not disrupt her train ride!  

I will not be posting on Thanksgiving, but will post to show you my Black Friday Outfit….

One of the first questions my 19 year old asked, was whether we were going Black Friday shopping…


Of course my first gratitude has to be that my Nicholas came home from VCU today!  

I am grateful that he shared stories all night about his roommates and college life…

I am grateful that he told me that his friends , especially the girls say they love me, only knowing me through my son’s description… Our bond is priceless to us both!  

I am grateful that my dear son noticed my new habit from Ireland of asking questions and the higher tilt in my voice at the last words.. He actually told me I sounded English. Well that’s from the English Cousins we hung out with for 10 days... He is teasing me each time I do it…

I am grateful that my daughter called tonight and chatted with myself, and both her brothers who had just said, It feels so weird without Ashley home… 

I am grateful for this time with family especially this year with two out of town for college.. 


7 Responses to "Chevron and Floral Pattern Mixing"

Simple…..Very nice!!!

Happy Thanksgiving Tracey. May you and your wonderful family have a great holiday as you all enjoy being together for this weekend.

Loving the red and white chevron scarf!
Happiest of Tdays to you!
Dawn Lucy

Both this red and your last boho post outfits are so pretty. Such great colors! This red one would work well at Christmas too. Happy shopping on Friday. I’ll be hitting up Goodwill only.
Hope you had a nice Thanksgiving, Tracey.

I like the scarf and I really like how you have it tied. How do you tie it like that? I’m not very talented at tying scarves or maybe I’m just not a scarf person because they never look right.

It’s an infinity scarf meaning it starts off as one circle you put over your head and wrap twice… no fail…

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