(Sidenote: With the color+texture of this hat+wearing it not completely pulled down+this angle doesn’t it look a bit like I’m wearing a thimble? haha :P)
Though I actually like the look with the tennis shoes, I’d probably have worn this with my boots if they weren’t in need of repairs (the sole of one has come loose and needs to be reglued). But it’s still a fine look; a bit eighties with the socks and tennis shoes.
This shirt was again given by to me by a friend after a closet clean-out. I’m kind of in love with it, and I’ll probably be wearing it a lot this fall. I love that it’s a flannel, but with lots of nice details that make it more unique – the shirring at the sides, the sleeves, the length.
Jeggings: Faded Glory
Socks: gifted (probably from Kohl’s)
Shoes: Faded Glory
Beanie: made by me
Just a quick outfit post today since I’m still battling a nasty sinus infection I’ve had since last Monday (and please excuse the red around my nose from having to use a tissue every minute or two). I thought I might be feeling a good bit better on Saturday, so Tanner and I went out to run errands and hang with some friends, then Sunday came and I still hadn’t kicked the infection. But oh well. This is what I wore Saturday. We’ve had some colder days so I got excited about wearing my new scarf, but Saturday was actually a bit warmer. The scarf was fine though, and hey it’s fall, the season where you can wear short sleeves and a scarf at the same time, right? Plus, I was just ready to wear something I’ve made again.
(Note the socks that are pretty much a must these days.)
I was so excited about the change to fall weather, and then I immediately got sick. Haha.
Shirt: Faded Glory
Shorts: Faded Glory
Scarf: made by me