Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Camisole: Downeast Outfitters, $10
Skirt (as shirt): gift
Belt: secondhand, $2 at thrift store
Jeans: Old Navy, $25
Boots: Amanda Smith brand secondhand, $6 from thrift store
The tunic-length top I'm wearing is actually a skirt. Proof, from an outfit I wore in January:
I busted out my polka dots today for Everybody, Everywear, but as is typical for me, I really gravitated towards pants, so I chose to wear it as a shirt instead. I get that all that volume over my bum is not the most flattering, but I still really like it somehow. For good measure, I added a brown belt to (a) give a little shape and (b) show that wearing black and brown is A-OK.
This gray sweater was another score at the campus clothing swap, and I simply LOVE it. There's all this pretty detailing at the top to make it extra-special, and the fabric blend (lambswool/nylon/angora rabbit hair) is surprisingly soft.
Even though we got some heavy rain and surprise snow last night, spring is clearly right around the corner, so Craig and I decided to break out the bikes and ride down to the Provo Bakery for some treats this morning. My fingers were fuh-reezing, but it was so good to get the wind in my hair again.
What warm-weather things are you most looking forward to? My list goes something like this:
1. the Provo Farmer's Market
2. blossoms on all the trees
3. bike rides
4. summertime apparel (t-shirts, sandals, denim cutoffs, etc.)