I think I've made my feelings known on bib necklaces (pro on the concept, not on the name), and here is a cute one on Penelope.
"I recently wore it to the Phoenix Club party all dressed up, but the beauty of it is that it can easily be transitioned to the day," she says. "Actually, the beauty of it is that it was missing a stone so it was 75 percent off at Dillard's."
In this picture, she's also wearing a tie-dyed wrap from Gianni Bini, a designer that she just discovered and loves, Bebe jeans, and her Naughty Monkey boots.
And she paired it all with a turtleneck from Target. If I haven't mentioned it before, I think Penelope has shown us how easy it can be to mix and match basics from Target with vintage pieces or more name brand things.
What else have we learned? Animal print can tie things together, it's fun to mix up colors and patterns, and we might need to ask Penelope's mom to do this feature.
Again, I want to thank Penelope McDowell for being this week's Fashion Plate and Gwyn Fisher and Shalishah Franklin for taking this week's photos.
(If you want to nominate a Fashion Plate, shoot me an email.)
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