Don't have a ton of time tonight, not because I don't want to actually write a blog post but because I am back to teaching my elementary school fashion class again, which means a really early rise (must be at school well before 8 am) and a very early to bed. :)
Winter Wardrobe was a blast today, but oh, my, I guess starting the class on a federal holiday means my numbers (and all the other classes numbers) were teeny-tiny. I had 7 girls in my first class (of a total of 10, woah) and 11 girls in my second glass (of a total of 15). In the past I have never had a class with less than 18 kids, so I was a bit stunned. But (and those of you who are teachers totally get this) those lower numbers made for a lot of one on one time and fairly easy transitions and the world's best set of kids and ZERO discipline problems.
Anyhow, I am not sure I will be able to do much more than these posts this week (and the Boden Weekly Review Roundup), but if I find I am high on energy and time (not likely, lol), I will add more posts.
Top: Old Navy Maternity, Size Small. LOVE this stretchy 80s inspired top that I bought during CW's pregnancy. Great color, too.
Jeans: Duo Maternity, Size Small Tall. Still have to wear these with a support belt to keep them up (belly is more up and down than out which means the built in panel is too big), but I love the fact that J.C. Penny's maternity brand has tall jeans, which means I can wear heels.
Shoes: Merona Collection, Size 10. These mod heels are lovely, and I definitely don't pull them out enough...but worked wonderfully with the top.
Scarf: Old Navy.
I would like to point out the whole outfit probably cost less than $100 total. It felt good to have a head to toe pregnancy look that wasn't an extravagance. So much maternity wear is insanely pricey.
I would eventually like to show off my favorite outfits from 2011, but it probably won't be for a bit...
Do you have any favorites from 2011 you would like to share???
Night, night, everyone!