|Market & Spruce Striped Shirt and Liverpool Madonna Legging|
The leggings were perfect when I first got them, but they shrink in the dryer and have a tendency to get saggy after wearing them more than once. I air dried them the last time and they did better. I have worn these a lot as well, but I am between sizes, so the fit can be frustrating at times.
Notice that Whimsy wanted to get in on the picture-taking. She saw me set up the camera and ran for the wall where she leaned up against it and stood with Mommy, feeling pretty proud to be involved.
The dogs also joined the party because they thought their might be food dropped on the floor in the process. They were disappointed and lost interest.
|41 Hawthorn Filbert Popover Blouse with 41 Hawthorn Dina Printed Aline Skirt|
(and previous fix Porter Leggings, still going strong)
The blouse is perfect. I have worn this one a lot. It has a lot of nice details and is easy to wear. The only thing I wish was different is the fabric, which does not have much give. It is a thin polyester which can get a little uncomfortable in the Arkansas heat. I got caught in a rainstorm wearing this shirt and it went from soaking wet to almost dry very quickly, though.
|Market & Spruce Xander Short Sleeve Woven Back Sweatshirt|
This top is so cute and easy to wear. The front it a loose-weave sweatshirt and the back is a flow-ey pink/peach color that I love. It was frankly a little odd for late winter, but I am wearing it a lot now and I like how it is a pretty shirt but not too fussy. Easy to wear with Whims climbing all over me at a restaurant after church on Sundays or out to the grocery store. My life is so glamorous, right?
|Brixon Ivy Zila Crochet Detail Pullover Sweater|
I'm a huge fan of this sweater. It is lightweight, pretty, easy to wear and a fairly neutral color without being oatmeal. It doesn't require an extra underpinnings, covers my backside, and can be dressed up or down. It's just a great sweater. I have worn it with the Pixley Eve Floral skirt several times, which might seem like an odd combination, but I think it really works. It has also worn nicely and isn't too delicate, even with that lace.
|Papermoon Noly Crochet Detail Cardigan|
This pretty cardigan is similar in color to the previous sweater, but that is ok with me because it's one of my favorite colors! I like the vintage-vibe and the lace insert. I don't know exactly how to wear it, to be honest. So far, I have mostly worn it with a black t-shirt or tank. The style card shows it with a striped shirt underneath, but I haven't quite figured out if I dig that look. I really need to be more adventuresome, but lately things have been too busy for a leisurely exploration of cute outfits I might have the pieces for. So, elevating jeans and t-shirt might be all that I attain with this piece. And that is ok with me.
|Kut From The Kloth Denna Skinny Jean|
Now let's talk about these jeans. They fit so beautifully and they are mostly cotton, which is getting harder and harder to find these days. They feel so classic and the longer I wore them, the more I realized that they go with EVERYTHING. But WHITE? Do you see that little person beside me? Her favorite thing to do right now is grab the back of my knees and push me where she wants me to go. She also enjoys burying her very snotty nose into my thighs. I just don't know if I can be a person who owns nice white jeans.
(but I might be the kind of person who wears them a few times, gets them all stained and then dyes them another color. In fact, I'm pretty sure I'm exactly that kind of person.)
Finally, in this fix, I got these darling shoes. I have been mentally trying to prepare myself to get some shoes, and I was leaning towards something sensible in black. But these are so cute and lightweight. And they go with 90 percent of my closet. You just know I'm going to fold and buy it all, don't you? Well. I might. I might just do it. But I might not.
I'm still undecided.
Because let's face it, the only thing worse than a toddler destroying your white pants
is SHOPPING with a toddler.
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