I know it’s a ridiculous title, but it is.
Snow White tee, Maurice’s skirt, Me Too ballerina wedges
This wasn’t actually what I started out wearing. I had on today’s outfit yesterday. And then I was home sick, in pajamas. And then I had to get back to work, and the layers of the original outfit felt too exhausting. Which, you know. Wow. Lazy. Anyway, I have a habit of tucking most things in to show off my waist and used this opportunity to remind myself that I don’t always have to do that.
H&M twofer skater dress, Victoria’s Secret Leggings, Ann Taylor Loft cropped cardigan (thrifted), enamel pin (vintage), sweater clip (Etsy), Hap flower headband, Mia Paphos flats
See, layers. So I tried again today. With new shoes!
I love my LL Bean black flats, but they were old and falling apart. I got these from Amazon, and I think they’re cute. They feel a little rubbery inside, which is interesting, but I love the buckle details.
Also! My mother sent me this blog post about Gap and Old Navy jeans being Mom Jeans.
And now I feel I will be spending the weekend taking photos of me in my Gap and Old Navy jeans, trying to see if they look Mom on my backside. I think I am safe, because I have a different body build than she does, but eek. Here’s the deal: some of you don’t know me, but some of you love me. I beg all of you: if I ever wear something that looks Mom or just in general looks bad, please tell me!
Meanwhile, I am quite curious to try on some of these other jean brands now.