When this scarf arrived in the mail the other day, my boyfriend said something to the effect of “that’s perfect for the 4th of July.” I immediately let him know that it would not only be worn on patriotic holidays, but on a regular basis as well. This is now my third time wearing it.
My boyfriend and I went out to dinner and to see Life of Pi last night. If you haven’t seen (or read it), I highly recommend both the movie and the book. It was a beautiful night and one of the first in which we didn’t need to wear coats so I decided to debut my $10 Lauren Conrad blazer. I’ve been loving the idea of pairing florals with stripes and decided to finally go for it. I think I could get used to this mixing prints thing.
I used to work in a big corporate office. Everyday besides Friday was business casual. When I moved to my much smaller office, with only one other team member, I kept showing up in my business casual attire. Since I have a strong distaste for dress pants, every day was a skirt or dress. That was fine and dandy until it became freezing and I had to wear tights all the time. Recently, my team member and I decided to put into place “Casual Everyday.” What is the point in getting all dressed up just for each other? I am really enjoying wearing jeans to work on a Tuesday. It’s the little things.
If the lack of blog posts wasn’t indication enough, I had an extremely busy week last week. To the point that not only did I not have time to take blog photos, I barely had time to put together an outfit worthy of a post.
On a side note: I am going to start buying everything LC Lauren Conrad from Kohl’s. Is anything ever not on sale there? Just yesterday I got a blazer for only $10. I think they might be on to something here.
Well, Forever 21 to the rescue again. I saw a navy blue sweater at J. Crew Factory with a white anchor on it that I just had to have. I, of course, waited too long and it sold out. I found this one shortly after and decided to buy it, ignoring the fact that the only size left was slightly too big for me. Better too big than too small, right?