What I Wore This Week (and Last Week Too!)

Good morning! I hope you’re enjoying your first June weekend! I didn’t share my outfits last Saturday because I wanted to do a MDW Sales post, so I have two weeks of outfits for you today.

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The weather has been up and down, as it tends to be this time of year, so I’ve got a mix of spring and summer looks again this week.

I wore this outfit one dreary, rainy day last week to run a few errands. I take every chance I can to wear this sweater before I have to put it away for next fall. I know the price is up there, but I did get it when it was on sale, so at least there’s that.

cardigan (option) // tee // AG legging ankle jeans (option) // shoes (more sizes here / less $$ option here) // necklace

I wore this outfit to church two weeks ago when it was pretty outside. I think it was the only non-rainy Sunday we’ve had in months. Also, these jeans are on sale at Saks. I got my regular size 28, but I kind of wish I had gone up to a 29, so if you’re buying a pair and you’re in between sizes, you may want to size up.

sweater // jeans // similar shoes // bracelet // earrings // sunnies c/o

I wore this outfit to go to the mall… obviously! I took this picture in the Nordstrom dressing room. After my shopping trip, I met a friend for lunch.

This sweater is on sale and it’s a really nice piece to have for those times when you want something dressier than a tee but still comfortable and easy to throw on and go. It also comes in white, and I’m wearing a small. I love these jeans, but size up if you order. I’m wearing a size 30.

sweater // white jeans (option) // sandals in Makeup (option) // bracelets

Yep, the same jeans two days in a row. As I said in yesterday’s post, I definitely get my money’s worth out of these! This top is cute (and on sale!) but definitely size down. It also comes in other colors.

wrap top // white jeans (option) // similar espadrilles // necklace // bracelets

YAY! They restocked this dress! I was SO hoping they would. It runs a little large, so size down if in between. I have it in a small.

Also, it’s thin, but I feel comfortable without a slip as long as I’m wearing my Jockey Skimmies Slipshorts (less control) or Spanx Shape My Day Girl Shorts (more control) underneath. I prefer the Spanx, but both are comfortable and moisture-wicking and keep your dress from getting stuck in unfortunate places… ifyouknowwhatImean. I also hear good things about these Soma Smoothing Shorts, but I haven’t tried them yet.

dress // sandals in Makeup (option) // sunnies c/o // bracelet

I wore this casual outfit to run some errands last Friday, and I think I went to the mall; it’s hard to remember. This graphic tee is so fun and only $7.50, and I love these tri-tone earrings for when you want something larger than average but not too big and heavy.

graphic tee // jean shorts (option) // sandals in Makeup (option) // earrings

That night we decided to go out to dinner, so I switched into this denim skirt outfit. We were just going to a casual restaurant with the girls, but I wanted to look nicer than the denim shorts and graphic tee (above.)

The skirt runs small; I have it in a 30. And I wear a small in this tee, so it’s pretty much TTS.

white tee // denim skirt (option) // cardigan c/o Social Threads // sandals in Makeup (option) // earrings // bracelets

I wore this last Saturday for a Target run among other things. Yes, the same shorts and sandals two days in a row. It seems to be a theme lately!

I thought the cut on this top was really cute, but it’s stretchy and has a way of hugging your lumps and bumps, so that’s something to be aware of. It runs small, so size up! I have the medium.

stripe top // jean shorts (option) // sandals in Makeup (option) // earrings // bracelet

I wore this on Sunday to church. It was another rainy day (shocker!) It wasn’t a downpour; it was just spritzing, so I went for an in-between outfit with this 3/4 sleeve sweater and perforated booties.

My rain boots got packed away when we staged the house to sell it and I haven’t bothered to dig them back out yet, and besides, I’m tired of wearing boots!

stripe sweater // jeans (option) // booties // bracelet // bag (old color)

I have no idea what I wore on Monday, but I didn’t photograph it, evidently. This outfit is from Tuesday. I came home after shooting a bunch of summer looks with Alison and threw on these comfy old shorts and the twist front tee — which, I discovered, is finally on sale!

twist front tee // similar shorts (size down 2 sizes) // similar sandals // layer necklace

I didn’t photograph myself on Wednesday or Thursday either, and for that you should thank me. Not even an Instagram filter could have handled Thursday. I stayed in workout clothes all day… no makeup, ponytail, glasses… the works. I even took my daughter to the hair salon, where I callously subjected the stylists and other patrons to my startling sight. I know, I’m a terribly thoughtless human being.

Okay, okay, I kid… it’s not really not as bad as all that, but I generally prefer to stay close to home on my “grace days.” But some days, you just gotta do whatcha gotta do!

Finally, I threw this outfit on yesterday to take my daughter to the orthodontist and to run to the carpet store. I decided to give the blue denim a rest, so I grabbed these pink jeans instead. The easiest way to wear colored jeans is to throw on a white tee and a denim jacket, so that’s what I did. It’s totally fool-proof as long as you have pieces that fit you well.

I am also realizing, as I write this out, that I didn’t actually give the blue denim a rest — I just switched it around to my jacket. I’m hopeless. Hopelessly in love with denim, that is.

denim jacket // white tee // pink jeans (pink sunrise – on sale!) // similar sandals // necklace // bracelets // sunnies c/o

And that’s a wrap! I hope y’all enjoy the rest of your weekend, and come back on Monday for Day 2 of 21 Days of Summer Fashion!

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