Monday, July 23
I don't have an outfit photo for this day, because I was working a night shift. So here's a picture of my cat sleeping on some shoes:
Tuesday, July 24: Classics
This was probably my most put-together looking outfit of the week, but somehow it didn't really feel like "me." The skirt is the last of my birthday goodies from my husband - I had to exchange it for a different size.
Blue pinstriped oxford blouse: Gap (clothing swap)
Khaki straight skirt: TJ Maxx (gift)
Caramel round-toe flats with silver buckles: Dr. Scholl's (thrifted)
Brown belt with brass buckle: Thrifted
Wednesday, July 25: More brown and blue
Broke one of my rules here and wore the same palette two days in a row. What do you know, the world didn't end.
As always, I had to bring a sweater so I can survive the freezing office. I think it looks better this way - the cut of the neckline on this dress isn't the most flattering for me.
Ivory shawl collar cardigan: Old Navy (thrifted)
Brown checked A-line dress: Etsy (not sure which shop, my husband bought it for me)
Navy belt: Thrifted
Navy lace-up flats: Church sale
Gold beaded necklace: Inherited from my grandma
Thursday, July 26: Pink and gold
I like this necklace a lot but the back of the clasp is really scratchy - like, leaves red marks on my sternum scratchy. So I don't wear it a lot.
I look pissed here, maybe because this top makes me look like I'm still pregnant.
Maroon corduroy blazer: American Eagle (thrifted)
Fuchsia chiffon top: Clothing swap
Gold statement necklace: Clothing swap
White boot-cut trousers: The Limited (thrifted)
Black square-toe pumps: Hillard & Hanson (thrifted)
Friday, July 27: Preppy casual
I thought adding the blazer to this outfit would help it out, but I see now it was looking better without it. Oh well.
Navy and white polka dot top: Church sale
Camel corduroy blazer: Some Japanese brand (thrifted)
Brown belt: see above
Slim-fit khakis: Kathy Lee for Kmart (Kmart)
White loafers: Some fancy Spanish brand (thrifted)
Sorry for being lazy, I have a really hard time remembering what brands my clothes are!