The is a look I wore to see an opthalmologist. I recently had the scare of my life causing me six full weeks of sleepless nights and anxiety. I went to get my annual eye exam to renew my contact lens prescription. My usual optometrist wasn't available on the day I wanted to schedule the exam, so I went to Walmart instead. Big Mistake! The optometrist there told me I was at risk for developing glaucoma. I tell you, hearing I could possibly be going blind scared me half to death! I tried not to worry, but of course I did (who wouldn't upon hearing that news?). But it all ended up for nothing as the Opthamologist that I was referred to said I did not have glaucoma and would never develop glaucoma. He also said to never go to Walmart for an eye exam again; believe me, I won't!
I wore this outfit on a rainy, cold day to get my hair done: leggings, a white slub sweater, black loafers, and a utility jacket. This utility jacket was one of the first items I ever received from Stitch Fix and I have gotten so much use out of it over the years.
On a day it didn't rain, I was finally able to wear some suede! On a shopping day, I wore my suede jacket and suede booties with a boho top and pom pom jeans. The jacket and top are both Stitch Fix pieces.
This look I wore to church. The top is from Stitch Fix. I always like to point out my Stitch Fix pieces so you can see how often I wear them and how many years I have them. I've noticed my pieces from Stitch Fix tend to stay the longest in my closet. I think it's because I give a lot of thought to which pieces I keep from my box.
I wore this look shopping and out to lunch with my hubby. The top and blue suede booties are from Stitch Fix. This utility jacket (also shown in the first picture in this post) is an old one from Dress Barn. If it's not raining, I like to wear this jacket because it's a bit more fitted than my Stitch Fix one. The utility jacket from Stitch Fix has a hood, which is why I like to wear it when it's raining. This one pictured below does not.
We had a 70 degree day last Sunday, so I was finally able to wear one of my maxi dresses to church. I swear, summer will be over before I get to wear all of my dresses at least once this season. 😠 I wore the jean jacket over the dress in the morning because it was chilly and it is a halter style dress and I didn't want to expose that much skin in church. But as soon as the service was over, the jacket came off and I soaked up the sun!
The dress is from Stitch Fix.
And finally, here is what I wore to Cedarburg, Wisconsin on Mother's Day weekend. It was freezing that weekend, so I layered up with my Stitch Fix utility jacket once again. It was a full day of walking, so I wore some new white Adidas sneakers. I added a blue and white gauze scarf for extra warmth.
Have A Great Day! Amy
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That looks like our Mother's Day weekend... ha ha!!ReplyDelete
But I love those ruffle jeans, Amy!! Super cute.
I had that same kind of experience at the Sams eye doctor...not that he scared me but my prescription was off.
I know, wasn't the weather just terrible? Yes, love my ruffled jeans. I'm wearing them a lot more than I thought I would.Delete
Lots of great outfits. Love that maxi dress!! Such a pretty pattern!ReplyDelete
We've had a miserable spring too, sooooo much rain and flooding everywhere, and when it's not raining the gnats will eat you up and literally will swarm around your nose, ears and eyes.
Glad to hear all is well with your eyes, some physicians should not be allowed to have a license!!
Ellie, we finally got the gnats today. Now they will be here all summer and I can't step outside without "Off" on. So agree with you on physicians. Not all doctors know what they're doing.Delete
Yes! I do find these chilly spring days so hard to dress for. It FINALLY got into the 70's today and the sun was shining (after another week of 50 and cloudy and drizzly). It was so nice and I was so excited to break something out with short sleeves.ReplyDelete
Isn't it wonderful when the weather finally warms up?Delete
Oh wow that is scary! I would never go back there either. I'm glad you are OK and there's no issues. I love your outfits!ReplyDelete
Thanks Ruth! It was scary. And it literally ruined 6 weeks of my life too.Delete
Your everyday style was so cute! I’m so glad that scare turned out not to be something - that’s really terrible!ReplyDelete
Thank you. Yes, it was quite the scare. I wish I would not have had to gone through that.Delete
So scary about your eye exam! Glad everything is okay! Love all of these cute outfits! My favorite is your pretty maxi dress!ReplyDelete
Jill - Doused in Pink
Yes, it was a scare I did not need in my life, but I'm glad everything is okay too! Thanks so much.Delete
You had some cute outfits, despite the varying weather! I'm glad it was just a scare and nothing's wrong with your eyes :)ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for joining the #weekdayWearLinkUp :) I just posted this week's linkup, I'd love you to join again! :)
Away From Blue
Thanks Mica! Me Too!Delete
Nice pieces shared - thanks so much for your ideas Amy. Glad you could join #chicandstylish today. Jacqui MummabstylishReplyDelete