I picked up this sweater the other day at Goodwill. I liked the details at the neck and at the end of the sleeves, so I thought I would try it on and see how it fit.
On my most recent trip to Pangea, I found this skirt. I really liked it, but was deterred from purchasing it because of the price. I decide to try it on just to see how I liked it and then wait for it to go on sale.
While in the dressing room, I discovered that the seam on the bottom of the left pocket was completely separated. I was so happy! I knew that all I had to do was make one straight seam on the bottom of the pocket and the skirt would be fixed. I also knew that I would get a discount.
Now I have a great new skirt for fall.
These boots. Oh, how I love these boots. I bought them in Asheville, NC two years ago on a spontaneous trip for my friend Haley’s birthday. We weren’t there for very long, but we got to see a lot in a short time! I found the boots at a thrift store downtown. I had been on the look out for boots just like these and was getting quite discouraged. Asheville to the rescue!
I wear these boots with so many things. They have proven to be much more versatile than I thought they would be. Here I am wearing them with my beloved lace romper from Urban Outfitters that I also purchased a couple of years ago. I love the contrast of the boots with the lace. This outfit just makes me feel happy. I wear it when I need a little extra boost to my day.
A big thanks to Kaleesha for taking these photos.
I’m loving her senior picture pose on the right.
Have a great weekend, everyone!