It’s impossible to tell, but I’m not holding my bag over my head because I’m insane. It was raining. Sort of. More like dribbling. But this is E. Texas in the scorching heat, so THANK YOU, LORD for even a dribble! (Oh, and I couldn’t decide on belt or no belt, so I took pics of both. Thoughts?)
Dress: $6, Tank: $2, Shoes: $3, Clutch: $3, Bead necklace: $1, Bracelet: $1, Belt: $1, Pocket-watch necklace: Gifted, Earrings: Gifted
Top: $3, Skirt: $4, Belt: $1, Shoes: $3, Bag: $3 Shoes: $3, Jewelry: Same as above, Rubber band: c/o I-forgot-that-was-on-my-wrist
If looks could kill…you would already be entering rigor mortis!
You’d never know from this pic how much I lurrrve my new Goodwill necklace!
Top: $3, Shorts: $4, Shoes: $3, Necklace: $3, Earrings: $1, Bracelet: $2, Shoes: $3 Bag: A gift from Florence, Italy from my wonderful mama
The word “schoolmarm” pops into my head with this outfit. Probably has to the do with the prim, braided hair and the flowy, I-teach-English-to-children-in-India feel of my shirt. Oh, and the fact that my 3-year-old insisted on holding my hand in one of the pics. : )
Top: $4, Pants: $4, Tank: $2, Necklace: $1, Shoes: $3, Earrings: $2, Bracelet: $1 Belt: $1 Shoes: $3
Top: $3, Jeans: (Miss Me!/Goodwill) $5, Belt: $1, Shoes: $3, Necklace: $1, Earrings: $2
Don’t forget to come back and join me tomorrow for Thoughtful Thursday. I have a guest post you won’t want to miss!
P.S. I’ve seen the word “gifted” used around blog-world to describe items that were given to someone wearing them, so I stole it. But I think it makes it sound like my accessories can juggle and sing show-tunes. They can’t (more’s the pity).
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