Hey all! Welcome to my weekly style post! Every week, I take pictures of my outfits and join other bloggers around blog land who do the same. These posts are something that I really enjoy, because I have always had a passion for fashion. I love putting together new outfits, and shopping my own closet to wear things in different ways. I wear the clothes I own forever, but I usually don’t wear any item in the exact same way more than once or twice. As a middle school counselor, I am always looking for inspiration, and ways to be stylish, professional, and age appropriate, and I hope to provide inspiration to other women and mothers in similar professions or lifestyles to shop their own closets. You don’t always have to buy something new! All of the outfits I am wearing for this post are things that I have worn to over the past week. I bought this orange skirt in Anthropologie a few years ago, and I still love it, particularly how the buttons are not centered on the skirt.
Orange skirt- Anthropologie (old)// striped top similar// cream wedges// scarf- Target similar// tassel bracelets
I love this touch of red with the navy tiered ruffle tank I wore in this outfit. The striped flats have a little slice of red down the back, so I added the red cardigan to wear in my freezing cold office.
Navy tank- Loft similar// khaki cropped pants similar// red cardigan// striped flats
I bought this vintage dress at a consignment shop called Holy City Consignment in Charleston, SC in July, and this was my first time wearing it. Isn’t it to die for? I love the ruffle around the neck, the fact that it is a wrap dress, and the pockets. Not to mention the fact that it is chambray floral! And let me just tell you, what a cute store this woman had! I did take a picture of one of the super cute dressing rooms ( I love cute dressing rooms), but best of all, she served alcoholic beverages there at this really adorable bar in the back of the store! I was blown away, and so was Delaney (she has thoughts of owning a vintage store one day). so if you are in the Charleston area and you like vintage stores, go there! You will not be disappointed! Delaney and I always seek out the vintage stores when we travel, and we have found so many awesome places!
Vintage Dress// flip flops
I have owned this brown linen sun dress for probably ten years. I bought it at Gap, and I still love it! If you purchase classic pieces like this, you can wear them forever! I added this new floral scarf and a denim jacket to wear to work ( I don’t like showing too much skin at work)
brown dress// sandals// scarf
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