The Deco Shirred Skirt was one I loved a few years ago but had to sell because it no longer fit. I was happy to find add it back to my closet last year, albeit in an bigger size. I had a busy day last Wednesday with work and HOA business so I dressed up a little better than usual. I paired the skirt with the Short-Sleeve Chambray Shirt and my Lanvin Espadrilles.


But, I’ve started back up on the treadmill and my shins were hurting so I changed my heels to the Janey Printed Flat. A much better choice and they gave the outfit a touch more color.

Have a Great Day!

Our neighborhood ladies go to lunch every month. I go every once in a while only because I’m one of the only 30-something’s. Most everyone else is late 40s and up but it’s still fun and you get to hear all the neighborhood gossip.

I put tights on first but I don’t think I pulled it off so I’m going bare-legged.

With Tights…

Without Tights
The shoes – Love these…the back is so cool. It changes from purple to blue…sooo pretty. (Although I wanted these so badly I didn’t size up in them. Just a teeny bit tight on the left.)

Blouse: Leifsdottier Gathered Top (I didn’t realize it was so sheer, I think more so with the flash.)
Skirt: J Crew Deco Shirred Skirt
Tights: Anthropologie-Eloise Mullion Tights
Shoes: Heartbreak Cutout by Nanette Lepore
Necklace: Faux Pearl w/Chains – Saks Off 5th

What do you think? Tights? No Tights?

So I saw this on M&M’s Mommy’s polyvore and forgot all about posting an IRL. So here it is…

Full pic…

Can I be a J Crew model? I’m rockin’ the socks w/heels.

Full ruffled collar…Mandarin collar…

I kind of actually like this. I have a few other v-neck/boyfriend tees and it’s certainly similar to using a V-Neck sweater/cardi with the Frances (or Victoria). What do you think?