I am slowly getting back to normal after all that JCrew frenzy this week: it is really amazing how a bout of shopping disrupts your usual activities: not only because you take time to try stuff on (several times), take pictures and write posts but because you keep thinking about these items and what should you keep and what should you return ALL.DAY.LONG (at least I do).
OK, I don't let it interfere anymore - this post included - so down to WIW now:

pic 1 Coral/Blue/White for Angie's post

At first I thought I lack coral as I just purged my too short coral shirt this week - but then I remembered that i have this bright tomato red satchel so I played!
BTW, my new JCrew eyelet front tee had its debut today Worn to work.

pic 2 Proportions Experiment
This was a complete experiment with proportions. This sweater is long, especially in the back but somehow it appealed to me with this pencil skirt. I also liked to pair red with pink - actually I prefer pink to white when paired with red. Worn to work. What do you think - did it work or just plain weird?

pic 3 Tomboy for the Golf Course?
This day we had an event at work so afternoon was spent on the golf course. I am not a golfer (hate it really) and you will not catch me wearing a golf shirt if my life depended on it! So I decided to wear my new linen pants and a white BF shirt - denim biker was for the first part of the day in the freezing office.

pic 4 Picking Strawberries
After a golf event I decided to make a run to the strawberry farm for some berry picking. I just changed the white shirt for a linen tee and was ready to go

pic 5 Back to Black
For some reason I felt like wearing that black silk shirt with white cuffs and collar to work for business casual (read dressier than usual) day. I like this shirt very much but have hard time wearing it without looking too official. I also find hard to pair it with toppers and I need a topper for work. Here I wore navy Gap jacket with it. Worked? Any other suggestions how to wear it?

pic 6 Column of Navy with White
I got this burnout tee following Gaylene recommendation. It was available in XL only so my mom had to alter the neckline. I quite like the subtle print on it and the welted bottom. Worn to work.

This was my week. As usual all comments and suggestions are welcome.
have a nice weekend - and for Canadians - happy Canada Day!

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