This week has been crazy weather wise and just in general around here. We had sleet and frozen roads Monday, which resulted in a day off work and a two hour delay Tuesday (a perk of working in education). Today it has been all sunshine and in the high fifties. Tomorrow (which will be Friday as I am writing this) it is supposed to be mid-sixties, then possibly even reaching seventies this weekend. I am not holding my breath it will be for very long, but I will be enjoying every moment of it as long as it lasts!
Today’s look is one I wore when the temps were still on the lower side, but not too low for a dress. As a person who prefers dresses and skirts to pants, I consider fleece-lined tights one of the best inventions ever. OK, that may be an exaggeration, but they certainly make me happy during the winter. I stepped outside my comfort zone a bit by choosing to wear a neutral pump with this look instead of a black pump, as is my tendency when I am wearing black tights.
It occurs to me I’ve been wearing a lot of neutrals on the blog lately. Neutrals are so easy when you are running short on time and that seems to be theme of late. I keep thinking sometime I am actually going to get ahead around here, but it has yet to happen. Soon, I tell you. Soon!
- Cardigan – Worthington, JCPenney
- Dress – NY&Co.
- Shoes – Nine West
- Tights – c/o Kushyfoot
- Necklace – NY&Co.
Last week’s most clicked link goes to Erin of Teal and Polka Dots. Isn’t this a gorgeous color combination?! I am in love with the entire look and so jealous of her warmer weather.
Now for a couple of my favorite looks…
Hello Katie Girl showcased this amazing unique Louis Vuitton bag she recently picked up on a trip to Las Vegas. She styled it Fabulously here! I now want to run out and add an orange blazer to my wardrobe. ♥
Karen of Lady in Violet showed us the perfect look for a Rodeo Cook-off, while also explaining what a Rodeo Cook-off is! This shift dress is so versatile and a gorgeous color.
It’s time to show off your posts for this week – any and all kinds are welcome!