Ever since I rediscovered this shirt at the bottom of my laundry hamper, I’ve been totally in love with it. It’s so comfortable and soft and fits great. You’re probably going to be seeing a lot more of it in the future.
In a move completely uncharacteristic of me, I got my first mani-pedi this week. Not bad. I’m not sure if it’s worth the $35 plus tip I paid for it, but it was a fun experience. And my nails were pretty for awhile.
Stripey button up shirt is from target
Rust colored maxi dress from The Gap
IKAT wraparound skirt, tied like an apron is from the thrift store
Saltwater sandals purchased at amazon.com
Silver earrings from a shop on the coast in Newport, Oregon
Nails from the salon by my work, very nice people there.
Those antibiotics are really working, but I’m still a few apples short of a fritter-not crazy, just lazy. So I wanted to wear something that was work appropriate (my office is very casual, as you probably already know) as well as being comfortable. So, I added the sometimes controversial (see here) under-tit belt to a soft old favorite t shirt over my touch-of-fancy eyelet lace skirt. Then, while I was at work my order from Sock Dreams arrived (I have all my online orders delivered to work) so I put on these Extraordinary Thigh Highs and completely rocked the rest of my day.
Shirt from Target
Belt from Target
Eyelet lace skirt from a thrift store
Extraordinary Thigh High Socks from Sock Dreams (review to come)
Merrell shoes from REI
I enjoy my job so much that I’m not usually a TGIFer, but this has been a long-ass week and I’m really grateful that I get a break now.
This is a visual representation of how my week has been.
“And they’re practically like this!”
Necklace is was purchased at a bead store in Newport, Oregon
Liz Claiborne sweater from the Salvation Army (new)
Button up shirt is from the Salvation Army (new)
Skirt is from Torrid
Above the knee socks are from Target
Doc Martins are hand-me downs.
Click here if you want to see my butt.