Outfit 1 – Black sweater | Oversized Cardigan • Zara | Grey Jeans | Frye Boots | Fedora |
Outfit 2 – Leather Jacket | Black Blouse | Jeans | Boots | Purse |
Outfit 3 – Skirt • Zara | Camisole | Adidas |
Outfit 4 – White Blouse | Boyfriend Jeans | Trench | Converse | Purse |
Outfit 5 – Oversized Cardigan | White T-shirt | Jeans | Adidas | Purse |
Outfit 6 – Striped Oversized Sweater | Boyfriend jeans | Adidas | Purse |
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Today is a holiday because it is the Canadian Thanksgiving (even though we celebrated yesterday), so I am trying to spend the day getting some things done that I have procrastinated on. First I want to make Roo’s Star Wars duvet, and secondly I have a crafting project that will add the finishing touch to Merle’s Halloween costume, but I have a feeling it’s going to be a lot harder than I first thought.
Last week I went through the girls’ closet to see get rid of stuff and see if they need anything for winter. I think they are pretty good (except they both need socks and underwear) and Merle needed some new leggings in the next size up. So we headed to Zara because they have them for a good price and they always have really cute prints and designs. While we were there I got sidetracked looking at stuff for me and came across the skirt that I used in my Los Angeles Work and Weekend Capsule. In that post I mentioned how I was totally in love with it and could visualize a million ways to wear it, but when I looked for it online it was sold out in my size. Lo and behold my store had one left in my size and when I tried it on the love was still there. So a new skirt has been added to my wardrobe which works because I don’t really have a lot of skirts (two that fit, and one of those is borderline too small).
This is totally embarrassing to admit but I had a laundry basket in my bedroom with clothes that needed to be put away for like……3 months. Yep. Well, I finally got that shit folded and put away this weekend. Just in time to do 5 more loads of laundry and have another few baskets to put away. The feeling of accomplishment lasts for literally one second before you realize that it’s like Sisyphus and the boulder…..It’s a never-ending cycle.
Even though I have one kid that eats everything, one that eats nothing, and a husband that has recently decided to cut out all carbs, I was able to throw together a halfway decent Thanksgiving dinner. I hope my fellow Canadians had a great holiday.
Now I just need to work on the grown up tablescapes. It’s not quite the same serving dishes off of Hello Kitty plates ;)