Because I'm secretly seven years old, I dress for holidays. I try to do it grown-up style, though. For example:
|Shirt: Old Navy; skirt: older than the hills;|
belt and jewelry: Target.
Anyway. Also still a solemn day, so black to go with. But I was proud of myself for punching it up with a silver-gray belt (it's shinier in the light) and big jewelry. I wore it to our Seder Meal celebration that evening and was happy with it.
|Shirt: Old Navy; belt: Target; skirt: hand-|
Oh, the pin I'm wearing here and in the Maundy Thursday outfit is a gold crown of thorns that I usually keep on my coat all through Lent and wear during Holy Week. But it was so warm this spring I wasn't wearing a coat and forgot all about it until Maundy Thursday.
|Everything is from Old Navy, I think, except|
the necklace, which was a gift.
Anyway. Holy Saturday. Spring! The middle of a three-day weekend! But you still sort of need black to be dominant. Jesus is dead and buried. So here we go. I love all the pieces of this outfit and I love them together and I should wear it again.
|Shirt: when in doubt, guess Old Navy; |
belt: Target; pants: thrifted?
I suppose we'll stop here for now.
It's Wednesday, and that's what I wore...like a month ago.
What have you been wearing? Do you "dress up" for holidays too?