In case you live under a rock, yesterday was Back to the Future day, so there was a lot of flashing back to the 1980s, as well as flashing to the “present” when we are supposed to be wearing much more metal and headgear.
Well, today, I’m flashing back to a kinder, gentler, warmer time myself – about 3 months ago. I don’t know why the picture is blurry, but I kinda like blurry pictures of me – imperfections instantly hidden!
Cropped pants, cropped top, wedges, ponytail…really, this outfit is about as summer-night as it gets. I hardly ever wear these earrings because each one weighs approximately 2.5 pounds, but they were the perfect color, texture, and size to complement my beaded tank, which has way too much going on to allow for a necklace.
Did you celebrate Back to the Future day? Are you sad we haven’t yet reached the fashion pinnacles portrayed in the movie’s 2015, or are you comfortable with the current progression of style?
How convenient that the one prompt I had two outfits for happened to fall on a Tuesday – let Twofer Tuesday continue!
I’ve never been a big animal print person, so I don’t have a ton of choices for “Spotted Out and About.” However, my mom recently gave me these pants that I actually really like. At first, I wasn’t so sure…cropped, tan. cheetah print. From Belk. But, after trying them on, I thought they were cute, and with the right combinations, can seem more modern than mom (I really wanted just wanted to use alliteration there).
As you can tell from the picture below, I wore this outfit a few weeks ago. Goodbye, floral wedges. I’ll be counting the days til I see you again.
How do you feel about animal print? Chic or cheap (see, there’s that alliteration again!)? Which of these variations do you like best? (I think my vote is on the yellow top, but I can’t quite decide.) Any thoughts on mom pants from Belk? Let’s talk about it!
If you’ve been following my blog for any length of time, you’ve definitely seen my beloved “vegan leather” skirt before. It really is one of my favorites – a flirty and girly cut, with a little edge from the studs. I wear it all the time in the fall/winter/early spring, and while I wasn’t quite ready to pull it out for this season yet, the style challenge gurus dictated that I must. At least my accessories kept me from being too fall-ish too prematurely. I’m just not ready!
Still working on that arm party thing, but we’re getting there. I do love how colorful this outfit is, and my peep toe, high heeled loafers are one of my favorite pairs of of pseudo-professional shoes.
Hope you’re having a good Tuesday! Let me know what you think about this outfit – or anything else you’d care to discuss – in the comments. I love hearing from you!
It’s that time again, y’all! You know this is my favorite season of the year: football season!
While this prompt makes me think more of college, I’ve always been an NFL girl, and my love for the Indianapolis Colts runs deep.
A few days ago, I had my fantasy football draft. Most everyone else in the league is from Rhode Island, so I got to skype in. I could have worn whatever I wanted, of course. I chose to wear my team colors – no time like the present! And since it isn’t often anymore that I get to wear my Peyton jersey (it’s been mostly retired in favor of Andrew Luck), I thought it appropriate to pull out for this occasion.
Again, I tried the arm party thing…I feel like I’m getting closer. And added a long tank under the jersey to make me look a little more feminine/like I have any shape at all.
Are you excited for the start of football season? If so, who’s your team (any level is fine!), and what are their colors? If they’re not your favorite colors, have you figured out a way to incorporate them, anyway? (I way lucked out with blue and white.) Let’s talk football…or the fashion of being a football fan. Either way.
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