Have you guys been watching Fuller House on Netflix? The first episode or two was a little much for me, but I sucked it up and kept going and it has gotten so much better! I’m only on episode six, but it’s really turning out to be pretty cute.
Thanks to my sister-in-law, Taura, who mentioned DJ Tanner’s style, I’ve been hunting down look-alike items because she always looks so cute. Even when she is wearing her hacking-around-the-house clothes she looks cute enough to be seen in public. That’s not always the case with my house clothes so I guess I’m easily impressed.
So I went through a few episodes and found several of her outfits to be copy-worthy. I know she is has professionals picking out her wardrobe and putting her together with hair and makeup, but why not capitalize on her stylists and use those tips for ourselves?!
Let’s get started. Her first look I wanted to cover was her cuuuuuute denim dress.
I can see how this dress would be one of those pieces that can be worn over and over again in countless ways in almost any season. Tights, no tights, boots, booties, flats, sandals, strappy shoes, statement necklace, scarf, hat, cardigan. The possibilities are endless.
DJ’s version is $167, so not really in my budget for a denim dress even if it can be used in a lot of different ways. The GAP version I found is $60 and if you wait for sales and coupons it could be purchased for even cheaper!
I actually like the GAP version better! The waist as a drawstring, which I’m always a fan of, and doesn’t have of drastic the high-low line as the one DJ is wearing. She can pull it off, I’m just not sure I can!
Doesn’t DJ just look adorable? Her statement necklace isn’t huge but it makes her outfit look polished and put together. I can see this necklace being used not just over navy, but black, gray, tan- any neutral really! Just a hint of hot pink on the edges is adorable!
She wears this necklace with a long-sleeved navy shirt and dark jeans. What a great way to dress up a simple outfit. Here are some cute ways you can replicate this one at home!
This exact necklace is $58, and again not in my price range! I’m so picky when it comes to jewelry. If it isn’t a small, dainty, meaningful piece that I will wear everyday for years to come, I want it to be cheap! So here are a few pieces that might work just as well!
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