Hello ladies, here are some outfits from early last week! We had some warmer, non-rainy weather last week so I felt like it was okay to start wearing some neutrals again, although the END of the week was the actual warm weather (those outfits coming soon).
- Monday, worn to work then out for tacos with friends. I got this tunic at the YLF swap last year but haven't worn it as much as I'd hoped because its seasonality confused me (open weave? short sleeves? turtleneck?). This morning it occurred to me that it is, like, the perfect "transitional weather" tunic, which seems to be the only weather we'll have, so I hope to get more out of it now! Paired with gray, cream, and white to keep things light.
- Tuesday, worn to work and out for dinner with hubby. This midi pencil is from this year's YLF swap and sits at my hips rather than my waist which I quite like (and it's more fall-weight than summer weight but hey, it's cold). I originally was going to wear my gray pumps but then decided to experiment and try loafers (thought they'd go better with the slouchy vibe). Not sure I like the proportions this way; I think if the skirt were even an inch shorter it would work better, so this will probably only get paired with heels from now on.
- Wednesday, worn for errands, work, then a baseball game (Aquasox home opener). It started warming up this day, but I knew I would need a jacket for the game so I decided it'd be fun to pair my new faded coral utility jacket with faded denim. What I didn't anticipate was that the game would go 13 innings (but we won!) and that it would get WAY cold because we were there until nearly midnight! If hubby didn't really dislike these baggy jeans I would wear them sooo much on weekends, they're just perfect for casual outfits.
Comments, critiques, thoughts and questions welcome!
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