My Daily Looks: What I Wore
Happy hump day, friends! Every other week on Wednesdays, I share my daily outfits from the past few weeks, and it’s that time again!
Our weather is still a bit up and down, so once again, this is a mix of warm and cool weather looks.
My Daily Looks: What I Wore
This first look is what I wore to choir rehearsal two weeks ago. It was a warm day, and I kept it casual with a graphic tee, blue jeans, and my leopard slip-on sneakers. I know you’ve seen this outfit before, but I washed my hair and put on makeup, so it must be documented.
Plus, this tee just went 40% off! So many of you have told me you bought it and loved it, so if you’ve been on the fence, now’s the time to pounce! I will continue to wear mine under a cozy cardigan after the weather turns cold. (I recommend sizing up if in between; I have the medium.)
The next day, I wore another casual look to my morning Bible study. I would wear this outfit once a week if I could — it’s one of my favorites.
Also, this denim jacket is 25% off, and I never see it on sale. It’s such a great closet staple — soft and stretchy, flattering fit, versatile denim wash, and it runs a little big. If in doubt, size down; mine is a small.
I wore this next outfit to meet my husband and son at the mall to shop for suits on a weekday afternoon. (If you have a man who needs a suit, we highly recommend Suitsupply. The guys working there really know their stuff, and they have a nice selection. Alterations usually only take 3 or 4 days, so it’s perfect if you’re in a time crunch.)
This sweater is really soft and comfortable, and it comes in several other colors as well.
That night, we went to the high school football game to see my daughter perform in the marching band, and I switched into this more casual outfit. It also got warmer through the day, so my sweater wasn’t cutting it anymore.
The next day was Saturday, and I wasn’t feeling my best. #ladyproblems
After spending half the day in bed, my husband convinced me to rally and go to dinner with him and the girls, and I’m glad I did. It was a beautiful evening, and we were able to sit outside. I definitely felt better after getting showered and dressed and going out.
And I wore a very similar outfit to church the next day . . . If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. FYI, this blouse is 40% off with code FALLFEST.
I changed into jeans and a tee for our church picnic that afternoon.
Monday was a “grace day” and I didn’t take a picture. You’re welcome.
I had a photo shoot on Tuesday, and it was like 85 degrees. Afterwards, I wore this outfit to run errands and renew my driver’s license. I’m loving this tank for a dressier everyday look. It’s hard to see, but it has a pretty raw edge trim on the neckline and hem.
After that, summer suddenly turned to fall, and we got a long day of rainy drizzle. We needed it, so I couldn’t be too cranky about it. Plus, I got to pull out one of my fall sweaters!
Also, these loafers are sooo much more comfortable than you might think. I highly recommend if you’re in the market for a pair. They run TTS. I wore this outfit to my morning Bible Study, by the way, and in case you’re wondering, these shoes did hold up well to the rain. It wasn’t pouring, but definitely drizzling, and they didn’t show any signs of it.
The next day was Friday, and I wore this to get my hair cut, and then later on to the mall with my daughter.
I actually changed shoes for the mall because I got a blister on top of one of my toes from wearing the mules to the mall the week before. They feel comfortable on, but I guess there’s a spot that rubs and over time it can getcha.
Also, I have no clue why I changed necklaces, although I do like the Lagos better with this top since it’s larger and weightier than the Anna Beck pendant.
And then I wore this on Saturday night to volunteer at our high school’s marching band competition (the middle school got to perform too.) I was the only parent not in a school t-shirt so I guess I need to get myself one of those!
Also, this Rebecca Minkoff feedbag is from the #NSale and is no longer online, but I did see it in my store, in case you missed it and want one. I love it for ball games and outside events when I want a smaller bag I can wear cross-body.
And then I wore this next outfit to church on Sunday morning and out to brunch after. It needs a little something . . . I just didn’t have quite the right thing.
I’d like to get a statement necklace to wear with it (and other v-neck tops this fall), and I’d have preferred a contrasting shoe as well. I tried my leopard pumps, but I didn’t love them with this.
I was kicking myself for returning the snake print pumps I had. I wasn’t wearing them, and I have sooo much snake print, so I decided to send them back, but I think the python print with the grey tones would look great with this. Anywho . . . It’s still a nice outfit, just a little plain.
Finally, I wore this yesterday to the mall after a photo shoot. These flats are surprisingly comfortable for an under $50 shoe, plus the pattern is fun and different, and they’re very flattering on the foot.
And that’s a wrap!
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