Outfit 2 – T-shirt | Jeans | Shoes |
Outfit 3 – T-shirt | Jeans | Jacket (similar) | Hat | Purse | Boots |
Outfit 4 – Blouse | Jeans | Purse | Boots |
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Let’s talk about wardrobe holes. Those things that you either have on a list if you are really aware and organized with your wardrobe, or something you don’t realize you are missing until you want to wear it (like me).
I realized a few months back that I don’t own a chambray shirt which actually surprises me since I live in denim, so I have kept my eyes peeled. I saw this one in Gap recently that I liked so I tried it on last week when I was at the mall. It fits large and I want it fitted so it will tuck easier in to jeans. I would size down if that is your goal too.
Anyway…..the shirt was $70 which is ridiculous, but Gap has sales constantly and it was marked down 40% + and additional 10% this weekend (online) which brought it down to a good price. BUT I then had to pay for shipping since it was under $50 and I refuse to buy extra things just to get free shipping anymore, so I passed on it. That was a good call because we found two (one in dark denim and one in lighter denim) at Value Village for under $10 for both. It’s always worth it to look to see if you can find one second-hand first.
Also note that if you live in a colder climate and live near a Value Village or Savers you should check out the shoe department because it seems like everyone and their dog did a winter clean out and there were tons of Sorel winter boots. It’s the perfect time to score them.
I am currently brainstorming dinner ideas for my weekly meal plan. I suck at this. Tom just ate some freezer burned hamburger patties that he declared “were perfectly fine, and tasted great.” Sure Jan.
It snowed last night so I am pissy today which I might be noticeable 😉
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