Well, I didn't do anything fun today because I was on call and working at the hospital. But I still tried to get in the spirit and dressing in holiday colors! Didn't get to take the kids anywhere today, but at least I dressed them in red, white and blue PJs for bedtime. They're still kind of young to stay up for fireworks anyways. Maybe next year! Then just as I was planning to go to bed, I got a page that I had to go in to the hospital to do a procedure on someone who had gotten some steak in stuck in his throat. So I had to go in at 1 am to dislodge the meat (I figured there was a pretty high chance I'd have to go in, given all the barbeques for July 4! Thanksgiving is another risky holiday to be on call). I just threw on an outfit, but still kept with the color theme, inspired by Angie's Ultra Causal Blue and White post. I bought this sweater on sale at the Gap, but they forgot to take the magnetic anti-theft tag off, so I had to bring it back in. They gave me an additional discount because I had to come back in, so I ended up getting the sweater for $12! Not bad! I also got a couple of new bikinis from Tommy Bahama, and got a sale price adjustment for those.
White House Black Market red cardigan
Anne Fontaine white blouse
Kate Spade red specs necklace
Banana Republic navy and white polka dot pencil skirt
DSW red pumps
Kate Spade typewriter bag
Gap crochet sweater
Tommy Bahama blue tank
Gap distressed jeans
Red white and blue Rainbow Loom bracelet from DD
Silver/gold hearts necklace
PS My birthday's coming up soon, and I have been obsessing about a certain pair of pants popular on this forum. I couldn't find it on sale anywhere though! Finally I found a 15% off discount code by signing up for Intermix emails and another 4% with Mr. Rebates. So a certain pair of loungewear that is named after another type of loungewear but tries not to look like loungewear is headed my way....I can't wait!
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