Anyhow, it has been a bit chilly here, especially at the beginning of this week, so most of the outfits below are my attempt at staying warm without having to pull out the parka and hats (seriously saw that on Monday, it wasn't *that* cold, people!)...
How have you all been? Life taking you away, too? Keeping the chill at bay with warm cozy sweaters? ;)
The pants (Boden's Zip Ankle Skimmer) I will discuss further in the Boden Weekly Review Roundup (later today, I hope), but if you want a sneak peek, I did a quickie review here at the Facebook page.
The French Hen sweater is delightful, and I really enjoyed wearing it. It is a size small, which is one size up from my normal extra-small. I wore a layering tee under it, but the sweater turned out to be less itchy than I anticipated, so I didn't need it...
However, I ended up getting hot, so I took the sweater off at midday and just wore the tee, so I am glad I wore that layer.
BTW, those Anthro earrings are heading for my hall of fame, I wear them at least once a week. At $15, that is a great cost per wear and they are less than a year old.
The jacket is Tory Burch and while very lovely, at $200 (originally $400), I couldn't justify it...this jacket would need to be a-freaking-mazing for me to buy it at that amount.
|I look like I smell something bad.|
|Now I clearly smell roses.|
So the Kate Spade heels in the photo two up? I ended up buying them after Angus's class...they were still there...and I had money to cover them. (There's a moral of the story there, but I am not going to bother mentioning it.) :)
Dottie is still kicking my butt in bowling, btw, for those of you keeping track.
I blame my bad score on the pants, though. Turns out I bought last season's Roma trousers too large (but in my usual size 8 Long) and they kept. falling. down. Agh! Not good for bowling. Will delegate these pants as travel pants exclusively as they were insanely comfortable.
Next week, I am going to kick Dottie's bottom and I will wear well-fitting pants to ensure my success. ;)
I ended up going to the grocery store that night and this kept me warm enough then, but this was where I saw all the crazy people in their parkas. It was maybe 50 degrees, but no colder. In parts of Canada people would be in shorts and a tee if it was that warm (admittedly, we are talking about Labrador here, but still!).
You all have a great day, will be back later!