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Another peek into Christine’s closet

Submitted by on February 24, 2011 – 5 Comments

Photo by John Docter

The second look in the Christine’s Closet series:

:: Click here to read the last post on Christine’s closet.

One day, our impeccably dressed colleague Christine Burton found a row of brand new white cowboy boots in her local Salvation Army Family Store. She picked out a pair in her size and took them home for less than $5!

On another visit, she spotted a cute red skirt with a double row of decorative flowers. When she saw it, Christine says she pictured herself decked out just like Barbara Stanwyck from “The Big Valley!

She bought the skirt and then went home to put the two pieces together. She topped it off with a white ruffled blouse and completed a chic Western look for about $10!

Here’s a new slide show of images of Christine’s adorable look #2:



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