If you read last week's Fashion Over Fifty post I humorously mentioned I was considering renaming one of my weekly shopping posts 'What I Wore Shopping', since I only wear 'real clothes' twice a week: once to go shopping every Friday, and once to go to church. Well this week's outfit I also wore on Friday, to go shopping, BUT instead of meeting my husband for lunch, I met him at the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire to watch our son perform with his Fusion group at Jazz Fest. Because of the special occasion, I wanted to be a little more dressy than normal, but I still had to be practical, because I had about three hours of shopping after the performance to do. So this is what I wore:THIS POST. I always like to link to past posts if I'm showing an item I've posted before, because I like to show you many different outfits you can create with one item. Because it was in the upper seventies on this day, I chose lightweight cargo pants from JCP, and skipped the jacket. Even with sandals, and a sheer blouse, I was still too warm. I actually saw a lot of people wearing tanks and shorts that day, but that would not have been appropriate to wear at the Jazz Fest.
Have a great day! Amy
Linking Up with: Passion for Fashion, Casual Friday, and Fashion Should be Fun!
Your floral blouse is so pretty! Love your woven tote! Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
Doused In Pink
I am totally the same haha! I only wear real clothes on the weekend, and even when I go out during the week I just throw on some sunglasses to cover my makeup-less face and whatever comfy clothes that will suffice. I love that top, that is so pretty!ReplyDelete
Yay for your talented son and yay for that fab tote! I want it! Have a wonderful weekend and thanks so much for linking up!ReplyDelete
And again ..... Very nice Amy .ReplyDelete
Have a nice day also.
Great outfit for a warm spring day! Beautiful blouse! Hope the warmth comes back soon!ReplyDelete
Your son looks so focused, I bet the performance was fantastic!
Love the florals! I'm a huge fan of florals and they just make it feel more like spring :)ReplyDelete