With the Valentine’s Day style post yesterday, I didn’t bother posting my 28 Days of Outfits post. I figured y’all are seeing enough of me this week so I decided to combine days 9 and 10.
I wore this yesterday. All I hd to do was go to the orthodontist with the kids, but this challenge is keeping me honest, and I make sure to get showered and dressed first thing in the morning!
Can you tell how happy I am to be wearing my beloved Frye boots!??? I splurged on them when I was in Seattle back in September when I was weaning out of my medical boot for the stress fracture. I only got to enjoy them for a few weeks before I was diagnosed with a torn tendon in the same foot and I was relegated to that blasted medical boot again.
Soon I was allowed to wear a brace instead, but it only fit into certain boots, and not these. Plus, I didn’t dare risk stretching them out. But I’m once AGAIN weaning off my medical support mechanisms, so I wasted no time breaking out my favorite boots.
This outfit is one I’ve been wanting to wear for a while, but it’s been too chilly for a jean jacket, and not very practical to wear a parka over top. It was a mild morning yesterday so I put decided to put it on. I was inspired by this outfit on Pinterest. (If you use Pinterest, be sure you’re following me! I pin lots of fashion and food.)
I’ve worn the denim jacket with these army green cargos before, but this is the first time I put the striped tee with it. The Stella & Dot Rebel Pendant and Alex and Ani bracelets were the perfect finishing touch.
Shop the look: denim jacket c/o CAbi (similar) // LOFT striped tee (similar) // army green cargo skinnies via Stitch Fix (similar) // Frye Phillip Harness Tall boots in Whiskey // R Minknoff MAC Mini (current colors) // Stella & Dot Rebel Pendant // Alex & Ani Wire Bangles
Today I’m cheating and re-wearing the outfit from Day 1. I was planning to wear a different outfit every day, but I really wanted to wear this to have lunch with friends. Since I posted a few extra outfits over the weekend, I figured I’m allowed a repeat.