Welcome back to my weekly Fashion Over 40 post where I share what I wore this week and link up with other fabulous fashion bloggers around the web!
I didn’t actually wear this outfit this week, but I was going to . . . until I ended up staying home with a sick child on Sunday.
I wore this outfit on Saturday, the day we celebrated my daughter’s 9th birthday. This red cashmere hoodie is an oldie but goodie, a gift from my mom several Christmases ago. I believe she go it at Nordstrom at the time, and it wasn’t outrageously expensive. You an find good sales on cashmere around the holidays. And there’s nothing quite as comfy as UGG boots. (Those were another gift from my mom . . . in fact, I think that might have been the same year!)
The necklace was a gift from Lisa at Studio Jewel many moons ago.
This was just a work from home day, and I hosted our ladies’ bible study that evening. I had intended to change into something more presentable, but it was the day that my foot was hurting so I decided it was best to keep my sneakers on. I did run out to take my son to band practice and to pick a few things up at the store. Thus, the handbag. And I’m really not sure why I wore such fancy earrings. They were sitting on my desk so I threw them on.
The sweatshirt and leggings are press samples from Fabletics, and the sneakers were press samples from Mizuno via FitFluential. It is good to be
the king a blogger!
Shop the look: Ombre sweatshirt via Fabletics // lilac tank from J.Crew (old) // Lima Capri Leggings via Fabletics // Mizuno Wave Rider 17 via FitFluential // Stella & Dot Reverie Chandelier Earrings // Alex & Ani wire bracelets
And that’s all she wrote!
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