|Top: Goodwill; belt: Target; pants: Target.|
|Shirt: Old Navy; tank: Old Navy; belt: I think|
also Old Navy; pants: Target.
|Shirt: Old Navy; tank: Old Navy; skirt: Sears; |
necklace: Target; wedges: Target.
Remember how I told you that last week a lady at the gym told me I was showing already and I was a bit sad about it? People told me quite the opposite when I wore this outfit. SO THERE.
The moral of this story is actually that big, baggy clothing (aka gym pants and an old t-shirt) is less flattering than trim clothes that fit you well.
|Shirt: H&M. In Freiburg. *sob*; belt: Goodwill;|
The fact that that shirt is so worn out the only reason I haven't thrown it away is because I bought it in Freiburg, as well as the fact that those black pants are actually cargo pants, are completely relevant. But I debated adding the belt, and I did it, and I was so proud of myself.
Of course, everyone else was wearing jeans/shorts and old t-shirts, but WHATEVER.
|Shirt and jeans: Old Navy.|
Anyway, I only took a picture of this because of what I did with the sash thing. The shirt has a built-in sash: it's sewn in place on the front, then loose in the back so you can tie it in a bow. Well, I wore it tied in the back all day, and it pressed into my spine every time I sat back in my chair, which was really annoying. So when I got home, I wrapped them around to the front and tied a little knot. There wasn't enough length to tie a full bow, but it worked. Pain-free, and like I'm wrapping my little pregnant belly with ribbon. ^_^
It's Wednesday, y'all. What are you wearing?
Linked up with What I Wore Wednesday at the Pleated Poppy, which I should have been doing for these posts all along except that I forgot what blog I originally found the idea on and decided to just hope everyone else knew what I was talking about. But now I found it again and I'm happy I did, because Poppy is adorable.