Today, I attended a friend’s music class for preschoolers. I needed an outfit that would 1) allow me to sit on the floor gracefully 2) have a high enough neckline to prevent flashing anyone and 3) prevent me from sweating to death on the walk to my friend’s studio.
Two out of three ain’t bad; while the trousers are lightweight, the knit top was a big, heavy, lousy choice. Mine is a limited wardrobe. However, my homemade deodorant is standing up to southern New Mexico weather beautifully: I applied it twelve hours ago, walked outdoors for an hour at high noon (bleeccchhhhhh), and still smell fragrant.
Top – Coo B. Los Angeles, second-hand
Fall-Front Trousers – Max Studio via Marshalls back in 2009
Necklace – Can’t remember brand, Ross
Purse – Is being held backwards accidentally, Tambourine by Dan W via Tuesday Morning
Shoes – Hardly worth mentioning, since you can’t see them
Something about that expression feels so familiar…
Seamsters take note; with some jersey and a serger, you could easily make tops like mine. Check the wingspan!
Sadly, that neckline will be sunburned into my flesh for a few days. Every time I skip sunscreen…
BONUS WALL ART:
Just the thing for your mantelpiece.