Happy Friday, Friends! Can I get an Amen to the end of a 4 day work week?? Everyone says “Nothing like a 3 day weekend!”….Except a a 4 day work week!
We are finally catching a break with the weather and my capsule wardrobe and I are very thankful. Here are the latest looks:
I decided to pair my navy dress with the darling of my summer wardrobe…my kimono! This was not actually a pairing that I thought ahead about when I chose my capsule pieces. It was more of a happy accident. I like to lay out a few outfits on my bed to get an idea of what I want to wear. I noticed that the kimono had the same shade of blue so I thought “Why not?” This is one reason why I wanted to do this challenge. To find ways to remix what I own. I could have left the kimono open, but I really like the way tying it gives a little waist definition. Next time I wear the dress, I will probably wear it with a belt around my waist. (As long as it doesn’t accentuate the negative, if you know what I mean. And I think you do.)
As I was deciding where the “holes” were in my wardrobe this summer, I thought I would like to add a hair of camel colored ankle pants. I stopped in to Target and what should I find? The perfect camel color pants! These have a great color and fit – so far. I’ll report back after I have worn them for a full day. Hopefully there won’t be any ‘saggy butt’ issues.
I have been waiting to pair these pants with this lace, sleeveless top. I think it will be so versatile. I can dress it up with heels and down with boyfriend jeans. Today I went with neutral wedges and my cream, chandelier earrings.
You can check scroll through to find my earlier capsule looks as well as pics of all my pieces.
Wearing: Navy dress, neural wedges – Macy’s; Kimono – Windsor; Navy wedges – Marshall’s; Camel ankle pants, lace shell – Target
Words to live by: Colossians 3:12 Therefore as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. I know I talk a lot about clothes here on the blog, but I love how the scriptures tell us to clothe ourselves.