Mom Style | What I Wore This Week 04.04.12

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Here we are again! It’s been one of those weeks where I’ve spent several days wearing workout gear — and not always working out, which is NEVER a good thing. But I am turning over a new leaf! I’ve been challenged to try and run at least 5 days a week, so I ran the last 4 days in a row. BOOYAH! I’m not adding distance, just trying to run my regular 3 miles more regularly. But I digress. It isn’t Fitness Friday yet, is it??

On the fashion front . . .

I had a small Silpada party on Thursday, and I wore my “bat sweater” because I feel like I never have the right accessories for it.

I tried on several. I was really tempted by this set.

This one is cool too, especially if I had a blue or green tank on rather than purple.

This one I really love, but not necessarily for this sweater. I think it would go with a lot of my outfits, though.

The one I ended up buying, I only got a crappy phone picture of it. You can’t see it well enough to really appreciate how pretty it is. I have nothing like it, so I think I’ll get a lot of wear out of it.

And my very favorite piece I ordered is the matching bracelet, which I have been wanting for months — ever since I saw it the first time I met Justine, my Silpada consultant. I can’t wait for my order to come in!

On Saturday, I had a PSMM Workshop so I wanted to look nice but still be comfortable. I was in a rush so I had my husband snap one quick picture. This is all we got. I don’t know WHAT my hair was doing. But anyway.

I love this taupe cardi and embellished top I got a few year ago at Madewell right before my first BlogHer Conference. And these boot-cut jeans are an old favorite. As are the boots for that matter. I’m sure you’ve seen this get-up at least 100 times. The necklace is from Studio Jewel, and the bracelet I picked up at Madewell when I bought the outfit. I love the bronze tone of the metal with the embellishments on the top. The earrings were a gift from my mother-in-law many year ago. I should have snapped a close-up; they’re really cool.

I wore these I wore this to church on Sunday.

I wanted to wear my red DL jeans again, and I was looking for a top that was not too casual, and not too warm, and not too cold. I hate dressing for this time of year!! I decided to wear this old Banana Republic top with a black and white geometrical pattern. I wore it last with my green jeans, and it works just as well with red. I started to go for my silver ballet flats, and then I remembered these black knotted wedge pumps. I wasn’t sure about wearing my colored jeans with heels. Since I was going to church, the last thing I wanted was to look like a street walker, but I thought these worked because the wedge heel and round toe makes them a bit more casual and cutesy than a pointy stiletto or something.

The weather was on the chilly side, so I pulled out my CAbi jean jacket, and I carried a black leather handbag. And um, something happened to the flash. OOOPS! I tried to fix it in Photoshop but it is all grainy. Boo.

Monday was a work-at-home day, and I threw on these old straight-leg jeans with a new sleeveless coral top I ordered from Old Navy and my favorite Frye sandals. Since more typical spring temperatures have returned to our area, it was too chilly without a sweater so I pulled out this hooded white zip-front cardi. I added a Silpada stone necklace for some added ooomph.

And that’s a wrap! (Told you I didn’t get dressed many days this week!!) Did you post what you wore this week? Let me know and I’ll come visit.

linking up with:

What I Wore Wednesday at The Pleated Poppy Real Momma, Real Style


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10 Responses

  1. You look good in the boot cut jeans!! I know you wear skinny jeans a ton, but the boot cut look just as cute!

  2. I think turquoise and purple look good together and so did the second pic.. (all the pics looked good but that necklace was my favorite)

  3. I agree the wedges look good. You definitely don’t need to worry about looking like a street walker, LOL! I really like the turquoise necklace too.

  4. Love your website – your style is similar to mind. I have a ton of Silpada jewelry so it’s great to see how you combine outfits and jewelry. Keep posting!

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