Friday, November 27, 2009
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Saturday, August 22, 2009
Sunday, April 26, 2009
Got these pants recently, and I love them because they are comfy AND stylish. Although, it was windy today and they kept filling up like a hot air balloon.
Not so cute, then.
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
This bright, cheery floral bandage dress has been screaming at me from the depths of my closet all winter long. It's from the 80's and has a really low scoop back. Perfect for the hot weather ahead. I'm on the hunt for the perfect gladiator sandals... i like the taller ones a lot- almost like a gladiator sandal boot. Any suggestions on where to find a good pair?
cardigan: target, shoes: vintage, dress: vintage, glasses: vintage, necklaces: vintage
Saturday, April 18, 2009
Thursday, April 9, 2009
Monday, March 30, 2009
This is what I wore today. Did I forget to mention on here that I chopped off all my hair and dyed it dark?
I totally did!
And I absolutely LOVE it. More than I can even say.
Anywho- this was the first time I wore shoes with any sort of height to them since having the baby. Something about postpartum bodies and heels don't mix. I got these cute denim wedges from a thrift store. They're by American Eagle and they'd never been worn! Score!
top: GAP (thrifted)
Friday, February 27, 2009
It's hard to wrap my mind around swimsuit season, as it is currently freezing outside, but the suits are popping up everywhere already! This is the first one that has really caught my eye. If I could, I would get one in yellow AND black. I love the vintage look, and this suit is not as ridiculously priced as some of the other vintage-inspired pieces I've seen.
From Victoria's Secret- $58
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Option One: Find a stretchy leotard and pair it with cute skirts or trousers. This leotard is vintage (as is the skirt), but you can find similar bodysuits at American Apparel. They are so stretchy that you can just pull each side down to nurse.
Option Two: Raid your hubby's closet for a button up plaid shirt. All you need is a cute fitted jacket and some leggings to pull a look together- and the buttons make nursing a breeze!
Option Three: Make those flowy tops look more 'pulled together' by adding a skinny belt. When it comes time to nurse, just unclip the belt and your roomy top becomes the perfect nursing cover!
Thursday, February 19, 2009
This is me at 5 weeks postpartum-- feeling excited about fitting into old clothes again. Although... this was not a very practical outfit for breastfeeding. Hahaha. It lasted about 2 hours before I had to change again.
*Sigh* The joys of postpartum mamma...
RVCA shirt dress- thrifted
Steve Madden Wedges- thrifted