Hi, everyone! I hope you’re having a fabulous week so far. I know I am. First of all, I’m being featured at Librarian Dreams by Evelynn Alfred, for her Highly Textured Librarian feature. Second, I’m chillin’ with the family and enjoying some rest and relaxation. And, third, I’ve been doing a little bit of shopping!
Can you believe I have two outfit posts this week? I think this may be a record for me. Lately I’ve barely managed to squeeze out one half way decent picture. I don’t know why but I was feeling pretty lazy for a hot minute, but I think I’m back on track now.
What I Wore Saturday
I wore this to run some errands and hang out with the hubs. It’s cute, flowy and, believe it or not, pretty cool considering it’s black. I think I was attracted to the top because of the embroidery, isn’t it pretty? Definitely leans towards that boho vibe that I like so much. It wasn’t until I saw the pictures that I realized how sheer the top is, next time a cami will be worn underneath.
What I Wore Sunday
This is what I wore to church on Sunday. So cute and comfy. The skirt is long and flowy (gosh, what is with me and that word lately?) and the sweater is thin. I should have taken a picture of the back, it has a slit very similar to the front, except it ties so you can wear it up on the shoulders or do that one shoulder thing a la “Flashdance”. The necklace is a cute little something something I picked up at an antique store in Bollinger Mill.
Overall, I’m pretty happy with what I’ve worn this week. It beats the tee and capris I’ve been living in…
So what did you wear this week?
I’m linking up with:
- The Pleated Poppy ~ What I Wore Wednesday
- Rae Gun Ramblings ~ What We Made and What We Wore Wednesday
Please check them out for more fashion inspiration.
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