Speaking of leaving snowflakes behind, this week has totally put me in the mood for spring. I know some of you have been in that mood since like November, but I usually like to hold on to the cold for a little while. Basically this year, I was done with it after Christmas. The cold/endless bundling up has lost its charm and I am ready, not necessarily for the gross humidity, but just ready to be able to go out without a parka. (I exaggerate... it's never that cold in NC. (And whyyyy do I always end up talking about the weather? I guess because it determines what I wear.)
And what I wear is the point of this post, so I'll actually get to that now.
Sweater/Cowl- Old Navy
I captioned this on Instagram as "Little Ash on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls McNeese." It was sooo cold that morning that I knew I wanted to be as cozy as possible. Mission accomplished, looking slightly 19th century in the process.
Long-sleeve Tee- Target
Sweater- Old Navy
New Specs- c/o Firmoo
Cardigan- Old Navy
(Too much polka dots? I liked it, but what do I know?)
Shopping (btw I got some insane deals at Loft that day. So great.):
Top- Belk (my new favorite favorite favorite. I love it so much.)
Hat- Loft (Jonathan did not vote for me to purchase it. ha.)
Cardigan and top- Target
(I apologize for the wretched photo quality. This was a "just got home very late and realized I didn't document this outfit" photo. Oops.)
Skirt and Sweater- Old Navy
Button-down- Ann Taylor
There you have it. As always, thanks for stopping over, leaving your oh-so-sweet comments, and brightening my Wednesdays. =) Have a wonderful day, ladies!
P.S. Linked up with Lindsey at the Pleated Poppy!