Have I shown you this one before? It's from back in February:
|Shirt: Either H&M in Freiburg (because|
there's not one in Oklahoma OR New Mexico,
cry) or Old Navy--I have two red shirts and don't
remember which one this was; Dress: Old Navy;
Leggings: Target; Necklace: Kohl's.
I really feel like I've described this outfit before, but I don't see it in my old posts. Hmm.
Anyway, I like this dress because it's so comfy-casual-summer, but that crossed bodice style, though popular and though I always end up buying items with it, really doesn't work that well with small boobs. A size that's big enough both to be long enough and to fit me around the waist/shoulders/hips/wherever inevitably gapes at the boobs. So the shirt underneath helps solve this problem as well as warmed it up for winter.
|Shirt: Old Navy; Jeggings: American Eagle;|
I love this outfit. I love blousy tops with jeggings/skinny jeans (skinny jeans have the advantage of pockets). I also get a lot of complements on that necklace--I swear it was just on sale at Target, it's nothing special. I wore this out with my purple pumps and around the house with my ballet flat slippers and it's just so comfy and yet put-together. Win.
|Shirt: Old Navy; Sweater: Old Navy; Pants:|
Target; Belt: Target or Old Navy; Dog Collar:
Even though I burrow into a cardigan every day at the office, very rarely does it occur to me to actually make it a part of the outfit. This makes sense in the summer, when I'm not wearing it outside of the office, but it was cool enough for a cardigan out and about.
It's amazing what buttoning the thing up and slapping a belt on the outside of it will do to an otherwise normal and boring outfit.
|Camisole: Kohl's; Shirt: Old Navy; Skinny|
Jeans: Old Navy; Belt: stolen from a jacket
that I got at SteinMart.
Here again is an outfit I've worn numerous times: black v-neck shirt over a red camisole, with my very favorite dark skinny jeans. But it occurred to me that the sash from a red jacket I had would work tied around the middle, and it did. It brought definition to my figure and flair to the outfit.
And then it was freezing in church and I wore my scarf and trenchcoat the entire time so no one even saw my awesomeness. And then when I had to take the coat off to donate blood I also took off the sash because restricting my breathing when I knew I would get light-headed seemed like a bad idea.
But I wore this again with a pair of black slacks to the office and was happy with it.
|Dress: Target; Cardigan: Old Navy; Belt: |
Target or Old Navy; Tights: Target;
Necklace: Target? Express? Somewhere.
And didn't I look awesome? It's impossible to tell in the picture, but the dress is a dark gray with a hatch pattern of lighter gray stripes, and then a black cardigan, gray silver-studded belt, black leggins, and my gray leather boots. I liked it, anyway.
So there you go! A ridiculously long look at what I've been wearing.