Happy Monday! I hope everyone had a joyous weekend. Today I wanted to show you What I Wore in my regular life last week!
I am showing you a couple of the Target pieces from yesterday’s post.
WHAT I WORE: WORK MEETING
This New Day Women’s Linen Blazer from Target is going to have a very low cost per wear, because I really love it ….especially at $34.99.
It looks great with a silk scarf from Dillard’s, and fun necklace from Soft Surroundings…that have been in my closet.
And I also added my Naturalizer leopard flats…which are a heavier fabric and will possibly retire soon until cooler weather returns.
WHAT I WORE: CASUAL BACKYARD PARTY
This is the red version of the Knox Rose Women’s Short Sleeve Eyelet Shirt from Target that I showed to you yesterday in olive.
I purposefully selected it for a very casual, backyard Fiesta Party!
These are Fiesta Decorations and you can see how they resemble eyelet.
Eyelet is very current this year and can be found at most retailers in some design or other.
One of the reasons I like an occasional Target/Lower cost top, is if some little spill or accident happens at a party from the hand of a child or pet, then I do not get as upset as I would in a more expensive top.
THIS EYELET DRESS is so cute, but if a grandchild ran toward me with a red popsicle, I might run the other direction! But this dress is worthy of consideration for a less casual event.
I wore it with this Multicolor Coiled Bracelet from Chico’s which sold out at lightening speed!
I am so glad I acted quickly and got this one before it was gone.
Also, my rose gold FitFlops are new…I do wear many versions of sandals beginning now….it is already back up in the 90s for temps.
During Fiesta, San Antonio wears many medals …in different ways.
This is my first 2022 Medal from Goodwill San Antonio.
Medal collecting is a big deal and for an event that is over 100 years old…there are lots of medals around.
Some will display them on sashes; or homemade necklaces; or special Fiesta jackets. They are always fun and colorful. But I am not into the collecting hobby.
WHAT I WORE: RUNNING ERRANDS
I wore this outfit for running errands early last week, when it was still chilly in the mornings.
I am loving my ecru denim jacket this year from Chico’s and that is why you have seen me in it often for WHAT I WORE pictures.
I paired it last week with the bee ruffle top I recently purchased at LOFT. It is a navy base, very cool and comfy fabric and I like the whimsical side of it.
Once again, I am wearing my jeggings and my older sneakers with gold on the toes. They were originally from DSW.
WHAT I WORE: FOUNDATIONS
I just had to tell the readers in warmer climates about these panties.
Well, these new Wacoal Cooling Panties at Dillard’s are awesome…they feel so great on…I wear the KEEP YOUR COOL BRIEF PANTY.
But, I also want to try the KEEP YOUR COOL SHAPING BRIEF….the ones I recently purchased feel amazing!
I am excited to have so many of you send me your Foundational Five adjectives so that I can produce a slideshow just for you.
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By Pamela Lutrell