It’s What I Wore Wednesday time again and I am linking this post to The Pleated Poppy. Either you hate Wednesdays on the Fringe or you love them.
If you hate them, come back tomorrow. There will be a book review on a most excellent book.
In case you missed what’s going on around here…
FringeMan and I made a Vlog yesterday. Monday I talked about the easiest and most yummy fall recipe known to man (or woman). Sunday I shared a page out of my grandfather’s World War II Journal, and on Saturday I gave you my easy home made bread recipe.
Last week my mom brought me a few trash bags full of clothes. They came from a coworker’s cousin, and I’m not picky about where I get my clothes. I’ll take whatever I can get my hands on and try to make pieces work together.
Most of the items were basics, like long sleeved t-shirts and workout clothes. Yay! Just what I needed.
No sarcasm involved. I needed layering items, because it’s getting chilly in these parts. I already talked about wearing layers upon layers last week.
Anyhow, I rooted through the clothes and went to Pinterest for some inspiration.
This is my interpretation using what I already had in my closet. The model does better, but that’s a given.
I think I freaked my family out.
Everything I am wearing is a hand me down – pants, t-shirt, button down shirt. The head band is from my mom and the boots are Target.
The entire outfit, including the sneakers: Hand-me-Down.
Dress: Gap, T-shirt: Target, Jacket: Thrift, Bag: Macy’s, Boots: 6pm
So that’s what I wore this week. I know it’s not 7 days worth, but I probably wore repeats on the other days and didn’t feel like getting my picture taken. It’s one of the most awkward things I do – posing for a photo, not getting dressed.
How are you dressing these days?
Are you in a transitional season or is it full on summer or full on winter where you live?
REMINDER: Pinterest Party on December 1st. Visit Pinterest, get some “pinspiration”, and recreate something – an outfit, recipe, DIY project, whatever. Blog about it and come link up on December 1st. Hope you’ll join us here!