Friday afternoon the Kid and I participated in our music school’s annual spring recital. It was my first presentation with them and yes… I was quite nervous. But it went well and the Kid played wonderfully as always. More on that later, this is what I wore. I do apologize for the photo quality, something funky was going on with my camera. Hoping it’s fixed now. Anyways, this is what I wore. One of the things I absolutely love about this skirt is the hint of petticoats it has on the trim. I absolutely love it!
Cardigan – Forever21
Skirt – Togo (Ancient)
Shoes – Brazil
Hello! This is my second attempt at an outfit post.
s seems to have gone well, so I’m trying again.
Pink long-sleeve T – Urban Outfitters
Black Jacket/Blazer – Topshop
Pencil Skirt – Tailor made in Brazil
Bowtie print tights – Ardene
Boots – Breckelle’s
Scarf – gifted
Hat – Claire’s
Hope you guys had a great weekend!
Girls that wear skirts, are just as prone to fall into the “jeans (skirt) and sweater” rut. And believe me, if I wore pants, sweats and baggy sweaters would be my all time uniform – which is another reason I’m beyond thankful for always wearing skirts. It gives me that push to dress up every day.
My first four-day-week of school ended with a total of a compliment each day. Sweatpants and baggy sweaters might not have. Compliments make me feel good. What?! They do! I admit it!
Every once in a while, I shall document my failures and scores here. I’m no fashonista and I don’t pretend each of these posts will be all that great, but I put thought into my outfits, so, why not share them with you?!
To kick this off, here’s a taste of polka-dots, boots, messy hair, and mint.
Skirt – ForeverXXI
Top – Smart Set
Belt – from another top from Urban Behaviour
Boots – Breckelle’s via Burlington
Hair Clip – Shabby Apple
Tights – good ol’ Walmart
Glasses – Firmoo
Yes! Posing in my backyard is awkward, but I hope to get better at it and have some more natural-looking photos in the future! Bear with me? I’ll get there!