Wednesday, March 27, 2013

What I Wore Wednesday - "Bring Spring!" Edition

Here's a question for you.  What do I do for WIWW when I'm pretty sure I've shared just about every outfit I have?  I don't want to just start posting photos of stuff I've already showed you, but I most certainly do not want to stop sharing on WIWW.  It's fun series, is it not?

Decisions, decisions.

Help me, won't you?  Can you give me some input on what I should do moving forward in this series?

Thanks so much.

And now.....CLOTHES!

 Blouse - LOFT, Skinny Jeans - NY & CO, Boots - gifted, Necklace - Buried in my cupboard

This top was featured on my WIWW - Dressing Room Edition post.  My husband thought it was too loose on me, but I think that had less to do with the style of the top and more to do with the fact that he seems to think everything I wear needs to be form-fitting now.  I like that this top is spring-esque and loose enough to be comfortable, but still flattering.  I'm a big fan of a top that doesn't require me to wear SPANX to make it acceptable.

 Orange Sweater - Francesca's, Black tank - Maurices, Silver Jeans - Maurice's, Leopard flats - Target

This outfit was another one of those "I can't believe it is STILL winter" outfits where I had to wear a scarf for warmth, but insisted on wearing flats with bare feet.  I'm a dork.

 Brown sweater - Target, Orange top - The Limited, Teal Scarf - Target, Skinny jeans - NY &co, Boots - gift

So comfy!  And I know orange and teal might be a bit of a stretch to put together, but I'm so obsessed with that scarf that I try it with pretty much every top I own.

 All Maurice's for this outfit!  (except the shoes - Target)

There was one day where the temperature tried to creep up toward 40 degrees and I wore short sleeves in celebration.  I also realized that I have very little in my closet that is going to work for spring into summer.  Perhaps that's why I'm extra-excited to see what shows up in my Stitch Fix box on Friday!! 

And now for my most stylish outfit of the last couple weeks!  I rocked a pair of workout pants several layers of tank tops and long-sleeved t-shirts, and a bocce sweatshirt (yes, the famous one) to run the Madison Shamrock Shuffle with my good friend Julie.  It was about 20 degrees at race time, so I was more interested in staying warm than looking snazzy.  It might not be the cutest outfit I've worn recently, but it's the one I'm most proud of.  :)

Linking up once again over at The Pleated Poppy for some amazing fashion inspiration!

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