Shall we take a peek at some of the outfits I wore this past week for another edition of What I Wore Wednesday, the fun linky party hosted by Lindsey over at The Pleated Poppy?
However, I feel must warn you about a few things first:
*I have a rather broad definition of what constitutes an outfit (almost anything other than the t-shirt I slept in & jeans).
*I almost always wear neutrals, comfy jeans and either flips or flats.
*I can't seem to take a photo without either popping up one knee or putting one arm on my hip, or both in an effort to...well, I don't know, maybe create an interesting angle or distract the eye from certain, ahem, areas.
*I tend to use words like drape-y.
*Things that I really like I tend to wear, like, a lot LOT.
Anyhoo, here we go...
Grey knit drape-y jacket: Marshall's
Embroidered yellow tank: Forever 21
Grey cami-tank: Target
Necklace: Sam Moon
Closer look at the necklace and my bicep (please ignore the tricep, thank you)
I get to wear my tap shoes for my beginner's tap class every Thursday night. There's something so fun (and noisy) about wearing tap shoes!
Grey tuxedo top: DownEast Basics
Black cami-tank: Target
Posy Pin: The Pleated Poppy
Grey knit jacket (again, see I didn't fib about re-wearing what I like): Marshall's
Green drape-y tank: Marshall's
Grey cami-tank: Target
Yellow necklace: Forever 21
my Yellow Box zebra flips: Cavender's Boot City
After all of your kind encouragement last week (thanks ever so much), I decided to embrace the legging again. Other than the fact that I decided to do it without consulting the weather forecast before layering up and our fake fall temps soared into the upper 80s, everything was fine as long as I stayed in the AC as much as possible.
Black drape-y cardigan: Forever 21
Grey dress: Target
Burgundy cami-tank: Target
Capri leggings: Target (are you sensing a pattern?)
Silver necklace: Kohl's
Black & silver bracelets: Sam Moon
Zebra ballet flats: Target
As silly as this might sound, taking part in Lindsey's WIWW challenge these past four weeks has really made a difference in how I approach more (I can't say most since Tuesday I looked exactly the same, as in unshowered and scruffy, when I picked Annelise up from school as when I dropped her her off that morning, except I added lip gloss) of my days and it's helping me to be more intentional and purposeful knowing that I'll be taking a photo of myself several days a week. It's also a fun way to get a little fashion inspiration and motivation from ladies all over the country (and Canada!) to step out of a fashion rut, which we all get into from time to time. But I'm not ready to break-up with my jeans and flip-flops anytime soon either.
So tell me, what are you wearing these days?