Once a month I like to do a little round-up of outfits I wore in real life. I know that might sound funny to some, but since a lot of my posts are Stitch Fix items that get sent back, I thought showing outfits I really wore and where I wore them to would be interesting to some people. These are all "selfies" that were posted to Instagram or snapshots of life in action.
This is a maxi dress I received from Stitch Fix that I wore to church. It's been a month of maxi's and light weight pants for me because in addition to the burn scar I have from my Thanksgiving accident on my leg, I also got a huge bruise about the size of a baseball from a gardening accident. My legs literally look like I just crawled out of a war zone.
This more casual knit maxi I wore twice this month: once to the hospital to visit my grandson and once to an outdoor church service and lunch with friends.
Before my gardening accident, I wore my new shorts from Stitch Fix at least three times this month. Here I wore it as my going-home outfit. We checked my daughter and baby Atticus out of the hospital, and then we drove the six hours home. It was a very comfortable travel outfit thanks to the spandex material of the shorts.
Here I wore the shorts with a red top from JCPenney (old). I got my hair styled in the morning, then I met my hubby for lunch and went shopping in this outfit.
This was another outfit I wore when I still had a mammoth bruise on my leg. These are lightweight coral/pink pants that I received from Stitch Fix this year. I knew these light weight pants would come in handy this summer! I styled it with a sleeveless floral top (old) that I tied in a knot at the waist. I love that is popular to tie your shirts in knots again. I have always tied my shirts in knots whether it was trendy or not, but it's nice that it's super popular to do so right now.
Another church outfit.
Here is what I wore on the six hour car drive to Illinois to meet Baby Atticus: a comfortable knit t-shirt dress from JCPenney (old). Notice Alethea with her cheese curds? This picture was taken when I just got there. I always bring her cheese curds from Wisconsin every time I see her. She's gonna grow up thinking cheese curds only come from Wisconsin! ha ha!
I wore this t-shirt dress from Stitch Fix the first time I met Baby Atticus!
And finally, another shopping outfit. Again, I'm wearing lightweight pants because of the large bruise on my leg. The pants I received from Stitch Fix this spring, everything else is old (JCP).
Have A Great Day! Amy
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