As much as I love Autumn, there’s one thing about it that I simply cannot stand ~ the time change. It gets so very dark so very early. This makes it darn near impossible for me to take pictures for my Wednesday posts. Seriously, by the time I get home it’s pitch black outside. So I’ve finally come to the conclusion that I’ll probably only be able to take pictures on Saturdays and Sundays. How do you ladies deal with time change and photography?
What I Wore Saturday
I spent Saturday grocery shopping and chillaxin’ with the family. The kids said I was dressed up. Hmmm…. I’m thinking I must look like a hot mess on Saturdays because I thought this was a casual outfit. Really, just a step up from my usual Saturday uniform of jeans and a sweater.
Thursday Threads, a link~up for ladies who love thrifting!
So if you’ve been following my What I Wore Wednesday posts lately, you’ll know that I finally hit the thrifting jackpot. This has me beyond happy. So this week, I’m co~hosting
If you love thrifting and you wanna show off your stuff, just hit the link below!
I’m also linking up with:
- Create Hope Inspire ~ Wardrobe Wednesday: Sharing handmade and store bought clothes along with tips and tricks
- Dear Abbyleigh ~ Dress for the Day: Clothes can affect your mood; dress for the day you want to have, not the day that’s having you
- Grown~Up Plus ~ Thursday Threads: A Blog Hop to show off your great outfits! Whether you are as colorful as a peacock or as monochromatic as a dove, link up every Thursday and show us what you’ve got!
- The Pleated Poppy ~ What I Wore Wednesday: Encouraging ladies everywhere to forgo sweats and yoga pants for fashionable looks
Please check them out for more fashion inspiration.
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